Sunday, November 25, 2007


Photo Courtesy of Watts Contemporaries
Leave it to the British to create such a stunning Bloomsbury reminiscent pattern. For this the Kinnersley pattern, the inspiration is drawn from wallpaper drawings by George Frederick Bodley 1827 - 1907; first chairman of Watts & Co in 1874. The rich turquoise and red of the floral pattern on fine bone china are striking. From Watts Contemporaries, the new design house carrying on the Watts 130 year old history.

Photo Courtesy of Eloquent Ink
This Carp Platter from Eloquent Ink is so interesting to look at you might want to hang it on a wall. The detail captured in black and white makes this piece a beautiful one.

Photo Courtesy of Watts Contemporaries
Drawing inspiration from glasses created in Florence during the Renaissance, these updated stems from Watts Contemporaries are similar in silhouette only--the brilliant turquoise reflects the current color in stemware trend. Order yours online from Watts Contemporaries

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