TEA & COFFEE
The allure of beautiful design expertly combined with utility. A fusion of glass, silver plate stainless steel and copper finish sits in perfect harmony.
This original design by Kit Kemp is based upon a collection of embroidered fabrics produced by Chelsea Textiles.Kit Kemp is often influenced by a sense of the whimsical and the lyrical as well as her love of animals. Mythical Creatures features creatures great and small, borne solely from her imagination. The illustrative style of the range is applied on to the silky white fine bone china and decorated with intricate gold decoration around the rim of each of the durable pieces.
A historic flower dating back thousands of years, the peony is known as the flower of riches and honour. The original artwork for this collection derives from the first series of pattern books, dating back to the 18th Century by an obsession with the Orient, the style imagines the region to be a realm of giant flowers, tiny trees, temples, pagodas, extra-ordinary birds and flocks of outstanding butterflies. Discover the whole Wedgwood collection for afternoon tea, featuring teacups and saucers, teapots, cake stands and even ice cream bowls.
The most aristocratic of Wedgwood's patterns, Edme dates back over a century and is characterised by sophisticated Georgian shapes and a design motif drawn from Wedgwood's original 18th century archives. The collection has an earthenware body, and features a smoothly harmonious laurel motif.
Feast your eyes on a collection inspired by delicious wild strawberries. Created in 1964, the iconic gold rim now graces afternoon tea the world over. A bestseller for a reason, this collection will help you recreate the feelings of a lazy English summer. Its finely drawn leaves and flowers transport you from your table to an English country garden, with the smell of cut grass in the air. Afternoon tea with strawberries, cream, and good company.
Take a journey around the world with the Wonderlust collection, an eclectic mix of treasured gifts and innovative tea blends with extraordinary new flavours...all inspired by the wonders of travelling from Europe through Asia. Taking cues from culture and art in the spirit of the historic ‘Grand Tour’, you will uncover colourful, eclectic designs inspired by the exceptional beauty of exotic florals and plants from the different continents. Bringing all these elements together, this unique collection includes: teacups & saucers, mugs, picture frames, gift bowls and gift trays.
The English Country Garden is an image ingrained in the British identity, and serves as inspiration for Sarah's Garden. This earthenware whimsical dinnerware pattern is characterised by motifs and borders in delicate pastel shades, reminiscent of floral herbs like lavender and thyme.
The exotic cuckoo bird and Chinese flowers are the stars of this oriental tea story. This fine bone china teaware collection is inspired by historical patterns from the Wedgwood archives, taking the striking colours of the cuckoo bird and combining it with vivid oversized Chinese blooms.
Rekindle your creative fire with the bold crimson of Renaissance Red. Every bite and every sip will feel rejuvenating as you dine in a sea of red and gold. Striking cameo patterns and inspiring Florentine accents create a mealtime backdrop that will feel far from ordinary.
Cabbage, in its rough and flat form, could be used as a metaphor for Portugal’s rustic ways, which Bordallo Pinheiro had so many times caricatured. This was a clever way to honour it, placing it on the bourgeois’ tables, where other way it had not been invited.
A simple transversal collection in various colours that come together to create either a more traditional dinner set or a more dynamic and fun one. Besides the colours aqua green, lettuce green and grey, Fantasia now features a variety of warmer colours, asking to be used in the colder seasons of the year: oat, red, cocoa and olive green.
Inspired in the renascence blue tiles by Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro, Rua Nova combines tradition and modernity. With a variety of utilitarian pieces and table accessories in four colours, this collection makes a tribute to the blue tiles, which can be admire in so many Portuguese streets.
Maria En Vouge
"Maria" - since 1916, this name has stood for one of the most popular and successful Rosenthal porcelain services. For generations, it has been the porcelain for weddings and other festive occasions: stylish and timeless. Its elegant charm lies above all in its classicist form and the balance of classical and romantic stylistic elements - such as the delicate pomegranate relief. A silver tea service from around 1815 was the model for "Maria". The company's founder, Privy Councillor Philipp Rosenthal senior, had acquired it on a trip to England.
Maria Pink Rose
Swiss designer Regula Stüdli has cast an opulent burst of delicate blossoms and leaves across a fine white porcelain surface: pink roses, light yellow daisies and evergreen leaves. These fragile plants envelop porcelain cups, plates and jugs with a velvety softness – alone, as a garland or in an ensemble. This sees a wonderfully poetic ensemble emerge from the combination of the fine Pink Rose floral design with the classic polygonal tableware format.
The distinctive Rosenthal tableware Maria Weiss is one of the most popular porcelain series of the internationally successful Franconian company. The series was designed by company founder Philip Rosenthal based on a silver tea service that was around 100 years old and that he had found in England. Maria was introduced in 1916 and has since become a classic among porcelain connoisseurs.
Sanssouci is a cheerful, lively form that charmingly reflects the rococo. With the decor "Moosrose new Ramona" this is underlined by small bouquets of moss roses and a narrow gold border.
Design by Filipa Ricardo. Vivian is a set of white pieces with textured rims that is enhanced by the hand painted golden ring around each piece. The mint and rose to add some colour to the collection.
Design by Filipa Ricardo. Mixing a very light rose color with a touch of golden lace details, over each porcelain piece, turns this set into a dainty looking table top style, perfect for that special occasion.
Lotus offers a taste on nature, featuring an exclusive porcel technique. This is a coffee, tea and dinner set that can shine on its Olivia collection or alongside Violet or Louise.
Sunstone is a full set of porcelain pieces decorated with fine gold lines resulting in a reflective geometric pattern and creating an optical illusion. Sunstone features a kaleidoscopic pattern applied in gold over each porcelain piece.
Originally created in 1991, this beautiful collection has surpassed the test of time and has become a statement set. The decoration is inspired by organic motifs applied in dark blue and gold over the white porcelain.
Blue legacy features the well desired cobalt blue applied over the elegant white porcelain pieces. This collection brings to the table a touch of sophistication communicating an approach to the portuguese culture and historical heritage in the shape of luxurious decorative and tableware pieces.
Originally created in 1991, this beautiful collection has surpassed the test of time and has become a statement set. The decoration is inspired by organic motifs applied in dark blue and gold over white porcelain.
Liberty combines the ornamental art noveau style and an equestrian aesthetic on a luxurious and elegant collection. The set also features full green pieces hand gilded with gold.
Design by Filipa Ricardo. Golden orbit collection consists in a gleaming white pieces covered by a soft precious halo. This is an elegant service set, as well as modern that can be combined with collections such as apricot and passion for enhanced results.
The design features beautiful, well designed and elegant hand painted pieces with a gentle touch of gold for a perfect and unique table set.
Allegro is a collection with a geometric aesthetic translated into thin platinum lines softly covering each piece. Inspired by the rhythm of music, “allegro tempo”, where the slim platinum lines play their own music in each porcelain piece.
A soft green collection named after the japanese powder made from green tea leafs. Symbolizing hope and optimism, matcha guarantees uplifting and memorable table moments.
Lush forest is an intense dark blue and deep green glaze that feeds its inspiration from nature. Every piece is brush gilded with gold, each surface is apparently similar but unique due to the hand-applied decoration.
Inspired by the relaxed vibe of a coffee bar, Royal Doulton’s signature hand-thrown royalain shapes combine with a sophisticated color palette for a truly exceptional experience. Whether you prefer a classic cappuccino, an energizing shot of espresso or the rich taste of a slow brew coffee, the Coffee Studio collection is ideal for every coffee lover, from the at home barista to those constantly on the go. Discover your inner barista with Royal Doulton’s Coffee Studio collection.