Made In England
It's distinctive, it's strong and it's very, very British! Emma Bridgewater hand-decorated pottery is made in Stoke-on-Trent, England. The iconic Polka Dot range includes a great selection of kitchenware, from dinner plate, side plate and tea plate, cereal bowl, pasta bowl, coffee, tea and sugar storage jars to mugs and teacups and saucers, teapots and milk jugs and more. The range also includes the lovely Hen On Nest, a fantastic centrepiece for the table that is also good for storing all manner of things! The Mr & Mrs mugs or teapot make a fantastic wedding present too!
Emma Bridgewater earthenware pottery is made and hand-decorated in Stoke-on-Trent and always has been. The charming Polka Dot range features a wonderfully colourful pattern that will bring a little bit of glamour to the kitchen! Also available is a range of mugs featuring beautiful designs such as pink hearts or blue stars and wording including Mummy and Daddy.
Emma Bridgewater's classic pattern Black Toast is now available on the Philip Morris & Son website. It's both smart and playful, and you can't say that about very much else in everyday life. The range includes tea plate, side plate and dinner plate, cereal bowl, pasta bowl, mugs, teacup and tea saucer, and teapot in a rich cream with striking black wording. Also in the range are 2 fabulous mugs, one which has the humorous Black Toast wording all over and another which features a loyal Black Labrador inspired by the artist's own four-legged friend!
We've got a few other bits and pieces from Emma Bridgewater, including the new Fox & Pheasant mug or plate sets, festive Christmas mugs and plates featuring a handsome robin, children's dinnerware sets for lucky little boys and girls and an assortment of other goodies! Emma Bridgewater is one of those ranges that really will allow you to make a collection of one range that you love, or mix and match from various ranges for a wonderfully eclectic collection with it's distinct style and shape bringing it all together!
Emma Bridgewater began in 1985, after Emma tried and failed to find a birthday present for her mum. "I was looking for a really special cup and saucer, but everything was either too formal or too clunky. That was my eureka moment. I realised there was a gap in the market for pottery that was beautiful and practical – pottery for a relaxed, colourful, mismatched life." she says. We think she has hit the nail on the head there and continues to provide beautiful and practical pottery just like she says!