Emma Bridgewater - Various Designs
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. Our range of other designs from Emma Bridgewater includes pottery from the Year in the Country collection, the Animals collection, Pink Hearts and Starry Skies and a couple of children's dinnerware sets.
The new Fox and Pheasant sets are a wonderful addition to the range, including a set of 2 mugs or a set of 2 side plates. The pairing of a fox and a pheasant would not normally be a friendly one, however these 2 handsome creatures look like the best of friends in this range.
The Animals range features all manner of creatures, great and small! We've got birds, cats, dogs, farm animals and a lot more. Emma Bridgewater are constantly introducing new designs to the range too, so it's worth keeping an eye out in case your favourite animal makes an appearance! Also making a special appearance for the festive season is a lovely little robin, in plate or mug form with a snowy background. Not forgetting the gift boxed Winter Scene mug which features a delightful host of festive favourites frolicking in the snow! The house-shaped gift box is also illustrated in the distinctive and detailed Emma Bridgewater style.
The gorgeous Pink Hearts half pint mug and cosmic Starry Skies half pint mug are both available in 2 styles, either just as they are with a smattering of pink hearts or dark blue stars, or with Mummy written on the Pink Hearts mug or Daddy written on the Starry Skies mug, because Mummy's are lovely and Daddy's are stars!
There are also 2 different children's dinnerware sets available, becuase they are lovely little stars who deserve a special treat once in a while too! The Dancing Mice and Men At Work designs are sure to capture the hearts and imaginations of children as well as grown-ups! Each set is packaged in a beautiful gift box and includes a baby mug and bowl.
Emma Bridgewater pottery is dishwasher and microwave safe, however a lower temperature wash and liquid detergent are recommended to maintain appearance. Emma Bridgewater pottery not oven safe unless marked as cookware.
Emma Bridgewater began making pottery in 1985, after trying and failing 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!