Wedgwood’s Edme Collection has all the heritage and prestige you associate with Wedgwood. Edme was first introduced in 1908 and embodies all the effortless style of the Georgian period. Based on a design from the Wedgwood archives dating back to the 18th century, Edme reflects the changing style from the austere Victorian period to the more relaxed age of the Edwardian era. Stylish and elegant, Edme is a earthenware pattern rendered in soft cream and decorated with a smooth laurel motif. This ribbed design can be found both inside and outside of many of the pieces. The plates, which are available in either a flatware or coupe shape, offer in total 9 different variations to choose from ranging from 30cm diameter to 16cm. Both the flatware and coupe plates are bordered with the soft ribbed laurel design. Bowls are also decorated although they are decorated on the inside. Edme is one of Wedgwood’s most practical everyday collections offering a wide variety of pieces allowing you to collect the service or teaset which best suits you. There are 6 styles of cup, a complete range of serving pieces and a good selection of tableware. The secret of Edme’s success is that good design, style and quality never age and Edme remains as popular today as it was when introduced over 100 years ago. If you are tempted to start a collection or add to your existing dinner service, Kings and Queens offer a fantastic discount of 20% on all Wedgwood Edme pieces.