Featuring Tableware, pottery and kitchenware
British tableware and pottery has a worldwide reputation for its innovative design and quality. The pottery industry in the West Midlands is under severe threat from overseas competition but there are still some high quality products and innovative designers. Similarly there are some excellent makers of kitchenware
Doris & Co is a British company devoted to making English pottery and home wares using old fashioned methods traditional to England. Our aim is to serve good people, good things made in England. Our shapes and designs are based on Georgian or Early Industrial shapes, from the moment in time that pottery and home wares were still made by hand. Each and every mug is hand cast in England in creamware in Stoke-on-Trent.
We create lovely things for the home, from country-style tea cosies and aprons to rustic linen cushions and patchwork heart decorations. We're based in Buckinghamshire and our animal characters, fabrics and country colours are inspired by the surrounding Chiltern hills, pretty villages and rural farmsteads.
Dolly & Ted London was created in 2012 by designer Lisa Hare
An avid Dog lover and lover of all things British Lisa, decided to combine the two into a home ground British business. Using her own designs and the expertise of British Manufacturing, Dolly & Ted London are creating High quality Dog themed product’s for dog lovers and their homes.
Hudson and Middleton is one of the few remaining fine bone china manufacturers based in the heart of the Potteries in Stoke on Trent, England. Founded in 1875, the Company is not only one of the oldest potteries in England, but also almost unique in still operating from its original Grade II listed building.
UTENSA is proud to be the only UK bakeware manufacturer with the independent sector as its core business. Combining probably the largest selection of British shapes available together with the distribution of cake decorating accessories, kitchen tools & gadgets offers our customers a wide range of products to choose from. This, together with a low value carriage paid initiative, greatly simplifies the ordering process by offering a ‘one-stop-shop’ opportunity helping to make sure that our customers are able to maintain sensible stock levels at all times.