From weekday suppers to special occasion get-togethers, our crockery will elevate your table with understated details, considered proportions and practical materials. Designed for easy mixing and matching, the collection includes everyday pieces like plates, bowls and cups, as well as serving designs such as platters, teapots and milk jugs.



Choose our Lewes crockery collection for its texture (glossy glaze and gently undulating ripples), its colour (pale and delicate grey) and the classic meets contemporary shapes.



With its hand-applied wash of glaze and watery palette of off-white and grey-blue, our Lulworth crockery collection will bring a little laidback coastal style to everyday breakfasts, lunches and suppers.



Crimped edges and a soft, off-white glaze that’s very gently distressed on the edges give our Sutton crockery set a warm and homely feel. Just the thing for everyday dining, you can also dress it up by mixing it with more decorative serving pieces like Olney.



The artisan-inspired collection. Bowsley’s a dotted and rippled design with a slightly wavy-edged shape and distressed glaze detail in pale grey. These are pieces for lending your table a country cottage feel.

Olney crockery


Our patterned collection: hand-stamped with a delicate, stylised thistle motif for a naturally varied look that makes each piece individual. Olney comes in several timeless shades: pale and subtly pretty Flax Blue; earthy grey-brown Walnut; and rich terracotta Burnt Sienna.



Our contemporary craft collection, all the Lowther pieces have simple shapes, slightly rippled surfaces – as if they’ve just come off the potter’s wheel – and speckled, dark brown detailing.



Fenton is our contemporary fine bone china tableware: understated, crisp and clean, pure white pieces that have a more delicate look and feel to our stoneware collections.

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Syon is a serving collection that, like Olney, will bring pattern to your tabletop, adding more colour and interest to plainer everyday pieces. Syon’s pattern takes the shape of neutral, hand-stamped cabbage roses.