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Portmeirion, Botanic Garden China Replacement

Portmeirion, Botanic Garden Replacement China, discontinued china pattern made in England.

Portmeirion Potteries Ltd, a British ceramic manufacturer based In Stoke-on-Trent, is a significant force in the pottery industry and an established reputation for high quality and innovative design. Portmeirion manufactures an extensive range of tableware, bakeware, kitchenware and giftware which are marketed with a wide range of co-coordinating accessories in diverse materials.

Portmeirion pottery, is one of the most loved and most widely collected around the world. See more information at bottom of page.

portmeirion the botanic garden mexican lily  The Botanic Garden circa 1818, by Portmeirion
  Description: Various plants, insects & green laurel around outside edge
  Status: Discontinued: 1972 -
  Condition: Used; no sign of use
portmeirion the botanic garden backstamp

DESCRIPTION item description ITEM ID item identification AVAIL. pieces available PRICE EA. price each piece ADD TO CART shopping cart
These pieces are the original Botanic Garden.
Figurine Jam/Jelly with Lid PRTBOGjj 1 $21.99 Add to Cart
Dinner Plate 10 5/8" Honeysuckle PRTBOGdp 2 $47.99 Add to Cart
Dinner Plate 10 5/8" Venus Fly Trap PRTBOGdp 0 $78.99 Sold
Dinner Plate 10 5/8" Mexican Lily PRTBOGdp 2 $78.99 Add to Cart
Salad Plate 8 1/2" Dog Rose PRTBOGsp 1 $21.99 Add to Cart
Salad Plate 8 1/2" Woody Nightshade PRTBOGsp 1 $54.99 Add to Cart
Salad Plate 8 1/2" Eastern Hyacinth PRTBOGsp 1 $21.99 Add to Cart
Soup Bowl 8 1/2" Daisy PRTBOGso 1 $21.99 Add to Cart
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Created by artist Susan Williams-Ellis, Portmeirion Potteries has a long tradition of quality materials, elegant designs, and extensive collections. Though Williams-Ellis originally sold her wares only in Portmeirion Village in North Wales, she began a wider distribution in 1960 after renovating a rundown pottery factory with her husband, Euan Cooper-Willis. Until this time, the artist had simply decorated preformed shapes of dinnerware. With the purchase of the factory, she began designing the shape and structure of the vessels as well.

The result is a collection of exceptionally harmonious pieces, including tableware, bakeware, and cookware. Many patterns also include coordinating candles and gift pieces. Within Portmeirion, individual lines take their inspiration from seasonal changes, birdlife, landscapes, and —most famously — botanical gardens. In 1990, with outlets in over 30 countries, Portmeirion received the Queen's Award for Exports. Though the company has an extensive international following, its production and design is still family-run and family-supervised.