Arc Tea For One
British bone china specialist Richard Brendon is known for teacups, coffee mugs and saucers which perfectly blend traditional crafts with modern graphics. The art deco-inspired Arc Tea for One set is hand-painted by artisans in England's illustrious...
Brooklyn-based illustrator Mark McGinnis added a creative touch of his local turf to a bone china collection for London design shop SCP. The detailed Megatropolis collection features humorous ruminations on urban living, with each piece decorated by...
Studio Visit: Xie Dong, Beijing
After much exploration and experimentation, Beijing-based porcelain artist Xie Dong finally settled on bone china as her medium of choice, and did so because of the folds it can create. A tradition that originates from 18th Century Britain, bone...
The New English's BIG Heart sculpture is a romantic symbol of the emotional heart you lend someone. Hand-crafted from Fine Bone China in Stoke-on-Trent, and hand gilded in 22kt gold, this display piece is as honest and eccentric as it is well-designed...
Warp and Reason Cups and Saucers
British bone china specialist Richard Brendon teamed up with the stripes-obsessed duo behind Patternity to create a hypnotic collection of teacups, coffee mugs and saucers for a perfect marriage of antiquity and modernity. Crafted by artisans in England...
Just a few miles from where Thomas Frye first developed the composition for bone china in 1748, a modern tribute to the porcelain material is on view at Hackney's Wilton Way Cafe. The East London coffee shop and community gallery is currently showing...