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Artist Susan Williams-Ellis found her inspiration for Botanic Garden from antique botanical Illustration plates. The mix and match... collection currently features around 30 individual floral and butterfly designs with the signature leaf motif border. This colorful dinnerware collection is complimented with a large range of bakeware, serving items and giftware. Botanic Garden has decorated homes all over the world for over 30 years. Start your collection today and watch your Botanic Garden grow. Set of 6 soup plates in assorted motifs. Dimensions: 4.3 IN x 9.1 IN x 9.0 IN read more

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Artist Susan Williams-Ellis found her inspiration for Botanic Garden from antique botanical Illustration plates. The mix and match... collection currently features around 30 individual floral and butterfly designs with the signature leaf motif border. This colorful dinnerware collection is complimented with a large range of bakeware, serving items and giftware. Botanic Garden has decorated homes all over the world for over 30 years. Start your collection today and watch your Botanic Garden grow. Set of 6 Oatmeal Soup Bowls in assorted motifs. Dimensions: 4.3 IN x 7.8 IN x 7.5 IN read more

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Named after the ancient goddess of fruit, Pomona has six luscious fruit motif's, taken from hand-colored book's of the 1830's. Thi...s pattern was created in 1982 and has a full range of tableware, serveware, cookware and home decor items. This colorful range is an explosion of fresh summer and autumn fruit. Set of six oatmeal bowls contain one each of six motifs. Dimensions: 4.4 IN x 7.4 IN x 7.4 IN read more

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Sophie Conran by Portmeirion Dinner Plates 11, (Set of 4), WhiteSet of 4 Sophie Conran by Portmeirion dinner plates; 11-inch diame...terCrafted of durable, chip-resistant porcelain in choice of white or colorModern, organic rim styling and ridges give handcrafted lookComplements full range of dinnerware and bakewareSafe for use in the oven, microwave, and dishwasherNeed more information on this product? Click here to ask. read more

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$181.99
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Named after the ancient goddess of fruit, Pomona has six luscious fruit motif's, taken from hand-colored book's of the 1830's. Thi...s pattern was created in 1982 and has a full range of tableware, serveware, cookware and home decor items. This colorful range is an explosion of fresh summer and autumn fruit. Set of six soup plates contains one each of six motifs. Dimensions: 4.4 IN x 9.1 IN x 9.1 IN read more

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Portmeirion Pomona Earthenware 8 Pasta Bowl, Set of 6 Named after the ancient goddess of fruit, Pomona has six luscious fruit moti...f's, taken from hand-colored book's of the 1830's. This pattern was created in 1982 and has a full range of tableware, serveware, cookware and home decor items. This colorful range is an explosion of fresh summer and autumn fruit. Set of six pasta bowls contains one of each motif. read more

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Sophie Conran by Portmeirion Cereal Bowls 6, (Set of 4), CeladonSet of 4 Sophie Conran by Portmeirion cereal bowls; 6-inch diamete...rCrafted of very strong porcelain in choice of white or colorModern, organic styling and ridges give handcrafted lookComplements full range of dinnerware and bakewareSafe for use in the oven, microwave, freezer, and dishwasherNeed more information on this product? Click here to ask. read more

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Over 30 years ago, Susan Williams-Ellis created the world-renowned Botanic Garden Pattern. Today it is one of the top-selling patt...erns of all time. With over thirty flowers gracing the large array of items available, this pattern has truly become a collectable treasure and a bright and beautiful way to decorate your table and home. Assorted flower motifs change as a gardener might change a garden landscape. The constant flow of new items will help you make your Portmeirion garden grow. Set of 6 individual mini bowls, 5-inch diameter Hand-painted glazed earthenware Bold mix-and-match floral designs with butterfly motifs and distinctive green leaf border Full range of coordinating cookware and tableware available Safe in freezer, microwave, and dishwasher; oven-safe to 340 degrees F read more

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Portmeirion Botanic Garden Bread and Butter Plate (Set of 6), MulticoloredSet of 6 Botanic Garden bread and butter plates, 7-1/4 i...nches in diameterCrafted from high-quality earthenware with vivid glazesHand-painted with blossoms, laurel leaves, and butterfliesSafe in microwave, freezer, and dishwasher; oven-safe to 340 degrees FFull line of coordinating table settings and serving pieces also availableNeed more information on this product? Click here to ask. read more

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Named after the ancient goddess of fruit, Pomona has six luscious fruit motif's, taken from hand-colored book's of the 1830's. Thi...s pattern was created in 1982 and has a full range of tableware, serveware, cookware and home decor items. This colorful range is an explosion of fresh summer and autumn fruit. Set of six dinner plates contain one each of six motifs. Dimensions: 3.2 IN x 11.1 IN x 11.1 IN read more

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Shop for Bowls and Candy Dishes from Hayneedle.com! About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affor...dable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Pomona for Portmeirion:Classical in both its inspiration and its style, the Pomona Collection from Portmeirion Group is a garden of earthly delights. Named for the ancient Roman goddess of fruit and abundance, its lifelike patterns and fruit motifs are inspired by a collection of early 19th-century books of hand-colored botanical drawings. The Pomona Collection was introduced in 1982 by legendary designer and Portmeirion co-founder Susan Williams-Ellis, whose iconic garden- and botanical-themed designs are still among the world's most popular casual tableware motifs.The Pomona Collection's intricately detailed botanical drawings feature green leaf borders and multi-color fruit displays on a background of high-fired white earthenware. Each distinctive motif bears an elegant cursive title to indicate its botanical origins. These include The Hoary Morning Apple, The Teinton Squash Pear, The Wild Blackberry, The Roman Apricot, Grimwoods Royal George (Peach), and The Late Duke Cherry. Together, the multiple motifs and dishes of the Pomona Collection of serveware, dinnerware, and drinkware create bountiful opportunities for mixing and matching sets. Made of dense earthenware, these pieces are dishwasher-, microwave-, freezer-, and oven-safe (to 350 F). Give nature its fullest expression in every season and setting with the Pomona Collection from Portmeirion. read more

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Shop for Bowls from Hayneedle.com! The unique design of the Sophie Conran Large Glass Bowl, is simply stunning. It makes gorgeous ...serving bowl, or simply use it as a decorative piece in your dining or living room. While this bowl can be cleaned in the dishwasher on a low heat setting, we recommend you hand wash after each use.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Drinkware from Hayneedle.com! About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These ...are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Sets from Hayneedle.com! About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are t...he enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion.Spode for PortmeirionIts history dates back to 1770, but Spode is always a la mode (as in "in style," but yes, you can also put ice cream on it). Since 2009, Spode has been part of the Portmeirion Group, the iconic British pottery company based in Stoke-on-Trent, England. It's an auspicious union, for Spode's own history began in Stoke-on-Trent over 250 years ago, when Josiah Spode the First bought land adjoining his small pottery factory and began his eponymous company. Spode's innovative techniques included the introduction and perfection of blue under-glaze transfer printing on earthenware in 1784, and, along with his son Josiah II, the perfection of the recipe for fine bone china, which revolutionized the pottery industry with its strength, superior quality, and translucent, brilliant white appearance.The selection of contemporary Spode serveware, dinnerware, and drinkware is headlined by the Spode Baking Day collection. These playful, strikingly modern pieces are designed to bring fun into the kitchen. Their cheerful colors and white polka-dot patterns provide kitchen service with a smile, and their durable stoneware material can be safely used in freezers, ovens, dishwashers, and microwaves. Bring a great British brand home with the Spode Collection from Portmeirion Group. read more

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Shop for Dishes and Plates from Hayneedle.com! The Sophie Conran Biscuit Dinner Plate- 4pc set is a stylish, yet practical choice.... Constructed of durable porcelain, these versatile dinner plates are safe for the freezer, oven, microwave, and dishwasher, making them perfect for everyday use and special occasions.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Dishes and Plates from Hayneedle.com! About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable.... These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Dishes and Plates from Hayneedle.com! A great dinner deserves great dinnerware, such as the Sophie Conran White Dinner Pl...ate- 4pc set. Constructed of durable porcelain, these versatile dinner plates are safe for the freezer, oven, microwave, and dishwasher, making them perfect for everyday use.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Dishes and Plates from Hayneedle.com! Versatile dinnerware, such as the Sophie Conran Sage Dinner Plate- 4pc set, is a mu...st-have for every kitchen. The simple, elegant design of these plates makes them ideal for special occasions. Yet, their durable porcelain construction makes them perfect for everyday use too. They're freezer-, microwave-, oven- and dishwasher-safe.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Bowls and Candy Dishes from Hayneedle.com! You'll love the stunning design of the Sophie Conran Glass Medium Bowl. It mak...es gorgeous serving bowl, or simply use it as a decorative piece in your dining or living room. While this bowl can be cleaned in the dishwasher on a low heat setting, we recommend you hand wash after each use.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Dishes and Plates from Hayneedle.com! Set a stylish spread with the Sophie Conran Celadon Buffet Plate. Crafted of sturdy... porcelain this versatile piece of serveware is as beautiful as it is functional. It's safe for the freezer microwave and oven and cleans up easily in the dishwasher. Pull it out for family meals at the dining room table or dinner parties with friends. About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful eminently practical refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis was the designer of Portmeirion the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis. The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful tactile nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve through iconic brands such as Spode the Pomona Classics collection and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father designer Sir Terence Conran and mother food writer Caroline Conran have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking writing and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion an award-winning collection of dinnerware serveware and drinkware for the practical multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens. Launched in 2006 Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens and two years later the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels gentle earth tones and classic whites and pinks for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch these plates and bowls are built for durable performance with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Drinkware from Hayneedle.com! Start off your mid-day meal on the right foot with the Sophie Conran White Luncheon Plate- ...4 pc. Set. These versatile plates are perfect for everyday use by the entire family. Stylish yet incredibly durable they are safe for the freezer oven microwave and dishwasher. About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful eminently practical refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis was the designer of Portmeirion the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis. The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful tactile nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve through iconic brands such as Spode the Pomona Classics collection and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father designer Sir Terence Conran and mother food writer Caroline Conran have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking writing and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion an award-winning collection of dinnerware serveware and drinkware for the practical multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens. Launched in 2006 Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens and two years later the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels gentle earth tones and classic whites and pinks for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch these plates and bowls are built for durable performance with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Dishes and Plates from Hayneedle.com! Perfectly practical, yet simply stylish, the Sophie Conran Biscuit Luncheon Plate- ...4pc set is a versatile set of dishes. These porcelain plates are perfect for everyday use by the entire family. Safe for the freezer, oven, microwave and dishwasher, you'll find yourself reaching for them at every meal.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Dishes and Plates from Hayneedle.com! Every meal is a special occasion when you break out the Sophie Conran Sage Luncheon... Plate- 4pc set. These sturdy, yet stylish porcelain plates are perfect for everyday use by the entire family and special dinners. Safe for the freezer, oven, microwave and dishwasher, you'll find yourself reaching for them daily.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Bowls and Candy Dishes from Hayneedle.com! About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affor...dable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Pomona for Portmeirion:Classical in both its inspiration and its style, the Pomona Collection from Portmeirion Group is a garden of earthly delights. Named for the ancient Roman goddess of fruit and abundance, its lifelike patterns and fruit motifs are inspired by a collection of early 19th-century books of hand-colored botanical drawings. The Pomona Collection was introduced in 1982 by legendary designer and Portmeirion co-founder Susan Williams-Ellis, whose iconic garden- and botanical-themed designs are still among the world's most popular casual tableware motifs.The Pomona Collection's intricately detailed botanical drawings feature green leaf borders and multi-color fruit displays on a background of high-fired white earthenware. Each distinctive motif bears an elegant cursive title to indicate its botanical origins. These include The Hoary Morning Apple, The Teinton Squash Pear, The Wild Blackberry, The Roman Apricot, Grimwoods Royal George (Peach), and The Late Duke Cherry. Together, the multiple motifs and dishes of the Pomona Collection of serveware, dinnerware, and drinkware create bountiful opportunities for mixing and matching sets. Made of dense earthenware, these pieces are dishwasher-, microwave-, freezer-, and oven-safe (to 350 F). Give nature its fullest expression in every season and setting with the Pomona Collection from Portmeirion. read more

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Shop for Drinkware from Hayneedle.com! Brightly colored salad ingredients will look much more appetizing when arranged on the Soph...ie Conran White Salad Plate- 4pc set. Crafted of sturdy white porcelain, these salad plates are ideal for whatever you whip up. They are safe for the freezer, oven, microwave, and dishwasher, making them perfect for routine use.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Dishes and Plates from Hayneedle.com! Add some class to your dinnerware collection with the Sophie Conran Biscuit Salad P...late- 4pc set. Crafted of sturdy porcelain, these salad plates aren't just ideal for plating veggies. They are safe for the freezer, oven, microwave, and dishwasher, making them perfect for a variety of uses.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Dishes and Plates from Hayneedle.com! About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable.... These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Dishes and Plates from Hayneedle.com! Dress up your everyday meals with the Sophie Conran Celadon Salad Plate- 4pc set. C...rafted of sturdy porcelain, these plates aren't just ideal for salads. They are safe for the freezer, microwave and dishwasher, making them perfect for a variety of dishes.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Dishes and Plates from Hayneedle.com! The Sophie Conran Sage Salad Plate- 4pc set is a stylish way to serve up your favor...ite veggies and more. Crafted of sturdy porcelain, these plates aren't just ideal for salads. They are safe for the freezer, microwave and dishwasher, making them perfect for a variety of dishes.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Sets from Hayneedle.com! Mark your place with the Sophie Conran Mulberry 4 pc. Place Setting. This purple set is simple, ...yet stylish. Constructed of durable porcelain, each versatile piece is safe for the freezer, oven, microwave, and dishwasher, making them perfect for everyday use.Set Includes:Dinner plateSalad plateCereal BowlMugAbout PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Sets from Hayneedle.com! The Sophie Conran Biscuit 4 pc. Place Setting is the perfect way to start your dinnerware collec...tion. This lovely neutral set is simple, yet stylish. Constructed of durable porcelain, each versatile piece is safe for the freezer, oven, microwave and dishwasher. It also makes a great gift for graduates, newlyweds or a housewarming.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Sets from Hayneedle.com! Create the stylish spread you've always pictured with the Sophie Conran Celadon 4 pc. Place Sett...ing. This lovely color-coordinated set is simple, yet stylish. Constructed of durable porcelain, each versatile piece is safe for the freezer, oven, microwave, and dishwasher, making the menu possibilities endless.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Other Kitchen Items from Hayneedle.com! From takeout to home cooking, every meal will be a bit more enjoyable when served... on the Sophie Conran Sage 4 pc. Place Setting. This lovely pale green set is simple, yet stylish. Constructed of durable porcelain, each versatile piece is safe for the freezer, oven, microwave and dishwasher. It makes a great gift and is an easy way to build a collection. About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Plates and Dishes from Hayneedle.com! About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable.... These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Bowls from Hayneedle.com! Appearances can be deceiving. While the Sophie Conran White Bistro Bowl looks like a delicate p...iece of dinnerware, it is actually crafted of durable porcelain. It's safe for the freezer, oven, microwave and dishwasher, and will stand up to whatever mealtime brings.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Bowls from Hayneedle.com! Forget a good morning, a great morning starts with the Sophie Conran Biscuit Cereal Bowl- 4pc s...et. These simple, yet sturdy bowls are crafted of durable porcelain and are safe for the freezer, oven, microwave, and dishwasher. They are incredibly versatile, making them the perfect choice for the entire family.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Bowls from Hayneedle.com! Cereal for dinner is perfectly acceptable when served in the Sophie Conran Sage Cereal Bowl- 4p...c set. These stylish porcelain bowls are also incredibly sturdy. They are safe for the freezer, oven, microwave, and dishwasher, making them the perfect way to start, continue or end your day.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Other Kitchen Items from Hayneedle.com! The Sophie Conran White Cereal Bowl- 4pc set is perfect for serving up its namesa...ke. These simple, yet sturdy bowls are crafted of durable porcelain and are safe for the freezer, oven, microwave, and dishwasher. They are incredibly versatile, making them a perfect addition to your dinnerware collection.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Bowls and Candy Dishes from Hayneedle.com! The Sophie Conran Sage Small Footed Bowl is sure to exceed your expectations. ...Crafted of durable porcelain, this delicate-looking bowl is freezer-, microwave-, oven- and dishwasher-safe. It's perfect for everyday use or special meals. Just don't be surprised if your guests ask to borrow it.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Bowls and Candy Dishes from Hayneedle.com! The Sophie Conran Biscuit Small Footed Bowl- 4pc set is ready to serve whateve...r you whip up. These beautiful bowls are simple in design. Crafted of sturdy porcelain, they are safe for the freezer, oven, microwave, and dishwasher, making them a versatile addition to your kitchen.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Sets from Hayneedle.com! The Sophie Conran Celadon Small Footed Bowl is a great reason to whip up something special. Safe... for the freezer, oven, microwave and dishwasher, this versatile bowl is literally begging you to get creative in the kitchen. Don't disappoint, add this bowl to your serveware collection today!About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Decorative Bowls and Vases from Hayneedle.com! The Sophie Conran Glass Small Bowls - Set of 2 is perfect for serving up s...nacks or side dishes. They are formed from hand-crafted glass in a unique rippled design that will complement the rest of your dinnerware. When your meal is finished, place them in the dishwasher on low for easy cleanup.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Drinkware from Hayneedle.com! Mix up something delicious in the Sophie Conran Mixing Bowl. This versatile bowl is perfect... for whipping up everything from a warm appetizer to a cold dessert. It's crafted of durable porcelain and is safe for the freezer, microwave, oven and dishwasher.About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion:Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conran's life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens.Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potter's hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain that's casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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Shop for Bowls from Hayneedle.com! About PortmeirionStrikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are ...the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the village's gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis.The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Group's design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Pomona for Portmeirion:Classical in both its inspiration and its style, the Pomona Collection from Portmeirion Group is a garden of earthly delights. Named for the ancient Roman goddess of fruit and abundance, its lifelike patterns and fruit motifs are inspired by a collection of early 19th-century books of hand-colored botanical drawings. The Pomona Collection was introduced in 1982 by legendary designer and Portmeirion co-founder Susan Williams-Ellis, whose iconic garden- and botanical-themed designs are still among the world's most popular casual tableware motifs.The Pomona Collection's intricately detailed botanical drawings feature green leaf borders and multi-color fruit displays on a background of high-fired white earthenware. Each distinctive motif bears an elegant cursive title to indicate its botanical origins. These include The Hoary Morning Apple, The Teinton Squash Pear, The Wild Blackberry, The Roman Apricot, Grimwoods Royal George (Peach), and The Late Duke Cherry. Together, the multiple motifs and dishes of the Pomona Collection of serveware, dinnerware, and drinkware create bountiful opportunities for mixing and matching sets. Made of dense earthenware, these pieces are dishwasher-, microwave-, freezer-, and oven-safe (to 350 F). Give nature its fullest expression in every season and setting with the Pomona Collection from Portmeirion. read more

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No, you're not seeing things; the ripples are part of these stout, stemmed wine glasses by British gourmet Sophie Conran. short st...em and footed baseridged texture gives them a hand-blown lookeach glass has 10-ounce capacityset of 2Coordinating glassware, dinnerware and serveware available separately. Glass. Hand wash. Imported. read more

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$22.75 $32.50
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It's down the hatch, thanks to this pair of teardrop-shaped highball glasses designed by British foodie Sophie Conran. ribbed, tap...ered bodyhandcrafted lookeach glass has 20-ounce capacityset of 2Coordinating glassware, dinnerware and serveware available separately. Glass. Hand wash. Imported. read more

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$43.99 $63.00
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The ribbed texture of these Sophie Conran mugs gives them the look of hand-thrown pottery. tapered body with thin oval handleshiny... glazed finishdelicate yet durablemicrowave, oven and freezer safe12 -ounce capacityset of 4Porcelain. Dishwasher safe. Imported. read more

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$47.99 $70.00
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These two 10 rimmed porcelain bistro bowls by Sophie Conran are perfect for soup, cereal or pasta. ribbed textureflared rimlook li...ke hand-thrown potteryCoordinating dinnerware available separately. Porcelain. Microwave- and dishwasher-safe. Imported. read more

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