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Portmeirion Glassware

The 1970's saw the birth of what is considered by many to be Portmeirion's most definable design, Botanic Garden. Inspired by a chance finding of an antique botanical book, Susan set to work designing a new series of china based on these unique and colourful illustrations. It became an instant success and has become a classic of British design, hailed as one of the world's most popular casual tableware designs, with a vast array of items across table, cook, serve, d├ęcor and gift items. Portmeirion remains true to its original philosophy of designs to fit comfortably with everyday life, whatever the era, and is the foundation of the ranges designed more recently by Sophie Conran, as well as Eden and Dawn Chorus. Longevity and quality of design are core principles that are reflected in children's ranges The Snowman and The Very Hungry Caterpillar. The Portmeirion Group has emerged a giant in the British Ceramic Industry, with the recent acquisition of Spode and Royal Worcester to its portfolio of brands.

Patterns With Glassware

Botanic Garden - Glassware
Sophie Conran - Glassware
The Holly & The Ivy

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