Made in the Wedgwood factory in Barlaston, Staffordshire, these striking vases celebrate a tradition of craftsmanship dating back to the late 18th Century. The vases are inspired by traditional shapes and decorated with elegant expressive patterns. Each vase is hand-finished, hand-lithographed and hand-lined with gold. The collection takes its inspiration from three of Wedgwood’s best loved current patterns. Taken from the tea set Butterfly Bloom, which is part of Wedgwood’s Harlequin Collection, four vases are decorated with the floral design set against fine pure white bone china. Butterfly Bloom draws on a pallet of blues, pinks and gold and the four Barlaston Vases are also strewn with butterflies making them a feast for the eye. The second pattern used to decorate these large hand decorated pieces is Pashmina. Available as a complete dinner service the stunning motif of orange and grey accented with gold looks breathtaking on the vases. Also available in four different shapes and sizes the Barlaston Pashmina Vases are perfect statement pieces. The newest vases added to the collection in 2015 are the Cornucopia design. Cornucopia dinnerware is one of Wedgwood’s most collected patterns and here it is rendered in the accent colour of navy, also found on accent pieces within the dinner service, and on a turquoise background new to the Cornucopia design. The cornucopia vases are available in two different sizes in each colour option. Destined to be the collectable heirlooms of the future, the intense decoration by skilled craftsmen and manufactured at the historic factory site in Barlaston, will mean they will always be sought after.