A distinctive 1790 original crockery design is very much alive in modern day restaurants

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One of the world's leading crockery manufacturer, Churchill China has brought a distinctive 1790 pottery design back to the modern era in order to create a memorable visual experience for the diner.

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Churchill China - Blue Willow - Vintage Chic Design

The trend for vintage chic is still very much alive. Adding a few items of charming pottery to your crockery collection can help to create a memorable visual experience for your customers.

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The trend for vintage chic is still very much alive. Adding a few items of charming pottery to your crockery collection can help to create a memorable visual experience for your customers.

Perfect for mixing and matching to create a unique assortment of plates, bowls, cups and saucers, vintage pieces work a treat with the current resurgence of afternoon high tea.

Perhaps the most recognisable and enduring china print is that of the inimitable Blue Willow collection. Designed by Thomas Minton in 1790 and representative of an era when life was simpler, the Blue Willow pattern depicts romantic fables of ancient Chinese culture.

Still as distinctive as ever and sure to catch the eye or spark a conversation at your establishment, Stephensons stocks a delightful range of Blue Willow crockery from Churchill China, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of high quality ceramic.

Visit stephensons.com to see the complete range.

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