Wedgwood’s Sarah’s Garden was first introduced in 1998 and was named after Josiah’s Wedgwood’s wife. Sarah Wedgwood took a central role in Josiah’s business, unusual at the time, and made notable contributions to the design, shape and decoration of many of Josiah’s original work. Josiah acknowledged that in matters of taste and fashion Sarah’s advice was invaluable. It is therefore fitting that one of Wedgwood’s most popular patterns should bear her name today. Sarah’s Garden is decorated on a simple earthenware shape and is designed for everyday use, although it is equally at home in a more formal setting. Decorated primarily in either a green or blue cracked glaze the motifs are inspired from a traditional English Country Garden. Butterflies adorn the rims of plates and bowls set against either a blue or green banding. Pots of flowers, detailed drawings of fauna and studies of fruits take centre stage on many of the pieces. Additional scrolled borders are added to the interior of bowls and larger serving pieces. Simple, artisan, but backed with Wedgwood quality, Sarah’s Garden is flexible, diverse and practical and can be safely placed in microwaves and dishwashers. With six plates, six bowls, two styles of teacups, teapot, cream jug, sugar bowl and a diverse range of serving pieces Sarah’s Garden offers infinite possibilities from breakfast set to tea set to full dinner service.