Thursday, 24 February 2011

Made in England

"How can we get the message across that we still make bone china in England?"

Simple enough message, isn't it? Bone china is as traditional in England as a cup of tea. But mass produced items (something that we're seemingly all so fond of these days), are dominating our shelves. English china is still available, but we've lost our connection with it.

That's why I love this design from Repeat Repeat. Their Britannia range is simple but effective (and darn stylish to boot). It's made in England, it's bone china and that's all you need to know.

Oh, except the price. This teapot is £48.95 and holds six cups. You can buy mugs and plates too. All made in England.

1 comment:

  1. I love proper china although it's too delicate for me - we have Emma Bridgewater, can't get much more British than that :)

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