Royal Worcester Ceramics
Founded in 1751 on the banks of the River Severn in Worcester, Royal Worcester was England's only continuous manufacturer of porcelain from its inception to its demise in 2009. The brand now continues as part of the Portmeirion Group. Royal Worcester tableware has graced the tables of England's greats from Lord Nelson to Margaret Thatcher. Evesham, Royal Worcester's famous pattern featuring the autumnal fruits of the Vale of Evesham, was first introduced in 1961 and comprises a stylish range of co-ordinated cook, serve and dine items.
Patterns With Ceramics
|Blue Room: Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday 1926-2016||Evesham Gold||Fine Bone China Mugs|
|Monaco Platinum (fine bone china)||Paddington Bear||Serendipity|
|Serendipity Platinum||Wrendale Designs|