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20% Off Portmeirion Pottery

The formidable teaming of Portmeirion and Sophie Conran have produced a classic and timeless tableware. Lovingly crafted, strong yet delicate, the perfect collection for contemporary living.

Botanic Garden
Over 30 years since its inception, Botanic Garden, is considered a design classic, the mix and match collection features over thirty different flowers with new motifs and shapes added every year. Hardwaring and durable, Botanic Garden offers functionality as well as the perfect Country Kitchen look.

Portmeirion Botanic Garden Harmony
The Portmeirion Botanic Garden Harmony collection introduces a new take on the Botanic Garden range. The designs consists base colours of Amber, Forest Green, Moss Green and Stone, along with a range of butterfly designs to best compliment the range colours. Made from Earthenware, the range of items available will best highlight the bold nature of Botanic Garden Harmony collection.

Portmeirion Botanic Blooms offers a new and refreshing design inspired by Portmeirion's iconic Botanic Garden. Featuring the four most popular motifs of Poppy, Sunflower, Hydrangea and Sweet Pea the design creates a casually elegant border to this modern tableware. Make a bold statement with the complete collection or Mix and match with Portmeirion Choices or revitalise your adored Portmeirion Botanic Garden collection, the possibilities are endless.

Shop for Exotic Botanic Garden
Introduced in 2012 the exciting Exotic Botanic Garden showcases a range of 6 colourful and contemporary motifs, all of which are Tropical Flowers, combined with the iconic Botanic Garden green laurel leaf border. Bring a little tropical magic to your table with this new exotic range.

Botanic Garden Birds
Portmeirion Botanic Garden Birds collection was introduced for 2013 and show casing 6 wonderful bird motifs. Botanic Birds makes an ideal stand alone collection or is perfect as an addition to any existing collection in the Botanic Garden range as it also features the iconic green laurel leaf border, common to all Botanic Garden designs.

Botanic Blue
Botanic Blue brings together two traditions in British Pottery. The classical combination of Blue and White with the timeless appeal of Botanic Garden. The design is soft but still detailed and includes a complete range of ceramics and complimentary accessories.

Holly and Ivy
The Holly and Ivy Collection from Portmeirion Pottery incorporates the popular 1600s British Christmas Carol, of the same name. Launched in the UK in 1997, this traditional Christmas pattern will enhance any Christmas table and offers a full range of tableware, serving pieces and giftware.

Named after the ancient goddess of fruit, Pomona is an outstanding decoration. The romantic shape was inspired by the generous, rounded forms of seed pods and gourds and was designed by the late Susan Williams Ellis in 1982. Each piece comes patterned with one of the 7 main luscious fruits taken from hand-coloured books of the 1830s.

The Portmeirion Atrium collection pairs differing floral designs and geometric patterns with pastel colours, to create bold and sleek designs that are sure to be talking point amongst guests. Made from Earthenware, each of the items available are designed to best contrast the white background and suit any room in the home. Made in England, the Atrium collection is a natural progression of the Portmeirion brand.

The Sara Miller Collection for Portmeirion captures the award winning designers love for the colourful and exotic. Decorated with leafy or blossom ladened trees each piece features colourful birds which nestle among the branches.

Portmeirion Westerly
Portmeirion Westerly is cool and light-hearted with a nod to retro style. Westerly is designed with stylised flowers and leaves along with sophisticated, playful colour palettes of turquoise, yellow and grey, that inspire mix and match. Made in England, Westerly withstands the rigors of modern day dining while adding fun and style to the table.

Portmeirion Soho
Made at Portmeirion's factory in Stoke-on-Trent, with beautifully sculpted shapes, Soho is a contemporary white tableware collection perfect for everyday living. Use it as a blank canvas and let your food steal the show at the dinner table. Made from earthenware, Soho offers all the versatility you need from a dinner service. Whatever your signature dish, Soho will have the right plate or bowl to present it to your guests with understated style and elegance.

Water Garden
Portmeirion Water Garden is a new design for 2013. Water Garden is a ceramic tableware range inspired by the trens for beautiful flowers painted in bright colours on a clean white background. Simply stunning, this range is sure to stand out from the crowd and delight any home.

The very hungry caterpillar
Based on the legendary children's story books ' The Very Hungry Caterpillar' range features Eric Carle's signature artwork on tableware, baking sets and accessories. This collection also features vibrant, quality packaging that can become treasure boxes to decorate any bedroom.

The Portmeirion Auris Glass collection introduces an selection of glassware in either clear or pink to best suit any occasion. The design consists of an intricate strand which wraps itself around the glass to create a sleek and stylish pieces of glassware. Finished with Swarovski crystals, each glass is bound to best highlight the desired drink of choice and is sure to get guest complementing the design.

Catherine Lansfield, the talent behind one of the UK's leading home accessory brands, has joined forces with Portmeirion to create a range of tableware which is all about Glamour and luxury.


Portmeirion Pottery has a long and interesting history. Beginning in 1925 when architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis designed and built the village of Portmeirion in North Wales. Although born in England, Sir Clough Williams-Ellis came from a Welsh Family and he often stated that he could trace his ancestry back to Owain Gwynedd, a Welsh Prince. The Italian style village was used as the setting for the cult television series “The Prisoner” which ran in the 1960s. His daughter, Susan Williams Ellis, and founder of Portmeirion Pottery, ran the gift shop at the village from 1953. In 1960 Susan and her husband Euan Cooper-Willis purchased a small pottery in stoke on Trent called A.E.Gray Ltd and Susan began designing decorations for the pottery which were sold through the gift shop in the village. In 1961 Susan and Euan purchased a second and larger pottery also in Stoke on Trent called Kirkham. This new acquisition allowed Susan not only to create the designs it also allowed her to create the shapes and led to the successful company Portmeirion is today. Botanic Garden, Portmeirion’s best known and most collected deign, was launched in 1972. It proved to be an instant success. The pattern featured accurate and detailed illustrations of native British plants and although the flower motifs have changed over the years the essence of Botanic Garden has stayed the same. In 1982 Susan launched the new Pomona range. Similar in principle to Botanic Garden, Pomona only featured 6 main fruit designs and was produced on the new “Romantic Shape”. 1997 saw the launch of the Christmas Pattern Holly and Ivy, based on a 17th century hymn the pattern has steadily grown in popularity and has become an important part of many people’s Christmas celebrations. New designs have continued to be added as well as retired with strong patterns such as Portmeirion Botanic Blue and Crazy Daisy standing the test of time. Variation on the Botanic Garden theme which are still available today include Exotic Botanic Garden, featuring exotic flowers and foliage from around the world and Botanic Birds, made mainly for the American market. Pomona has also seen a new updated pattern added to the range in 2015, Pomona Alfresco. This is a bright Mediterranean take on this classic range. The greatest success story of the last few years comes from the collaboration between international designer Sophie Conran and Portmeirion. Sophie has designed several ranges of tableware based on her own design philosophy. She wanted to produce a tableware which was aesthetically pleasing and designed for every day use so it needed to be of good quality and ready to withstand the bumps and bashes of modern day family life. The Sophie Conran White range is now one of Portmeirion’s best selling patterns. 2015 saw the introduction of two new patterns into the Sophie Conran @ Portmeirion Collections. Sophie Conran Blue takes it’s inspiration from classic blue and white china but presented on Sophie Conran White and including four different blue motifs it has an unmistakable contemporary feel. To celebrate the festive season Sophie Conran Christmas was introduced in the second half of 2015. With an eclectic motif mix based on the traditional green and red Christmas colours it has already proved to be a much sought after design. With metal cookware and glassware also available, Portmeirion Sophie Conran goes from strength to strength. Although keen to explore a host of different concepts Portmeirion continues to produce floral designs with a 21 centuary appeal. Water Garden is a stylised design with a contemporary palette. The lastest collaboration with designer Ted baker has produced two main collections. Ted Baker Rosie Lee is a fine bone china range decorated with striking colours and bold motifs. Ted Baker has also designed his Casual Collection featuring some of Ted's best loved fabric prints: Langdon, Ancona, Blanchard and Balfour. Introduced in 2014 Portmeirion Coast is decorated with deconstructed lines of worn jute linens in sea blue and sandy yellow. Coast is a beautiful collection that brings a little piece of seaside serenity to your dinner table. Portmeirion have also produced a number of ranges designed for children. With many pieces available in both pottery and melamine little fans of Thomas The Tank Engine, Peppa Pig and the Very Hungry Caterpillar will be delighted. For something new for the table in 2016 Portmeirion are launching three new ranges. The first to be available in the "Enchanted Tree" Collection. Delightfully whimsical, Enchanted Tree depicts the Tree of Life set in a beautiful garden full of birds, deer and rabbits. For retro style the new 2016 pattern Dandelion Clocks is right on the money. This iconic design is rendered in subtle shades of grey and duck egg blue on fine porcelain. Inspired by Sanderson's retro collection Dandelion Clocks is perfect for modern living being oven, freezer, dishwasher and microwave safe. Following the success of Vintage Kelloggs Portmeirion have launched Vintage Kelloggs Sunrise for 2016. The new design is aimed more at the UK market with motifs and designs taken from Kellogg's archives which were widely used in the UK. The collection makes the perfect breakfast or kitchen set and is guaranteed to brighten up the greyest of Monday Mornings. In the second half of 2016 Portmeirion have launched their collection of bold and bright mugs in the Portmeirion True ColoursTrue Colours range. With 4 character mugs and four colourful retro designs there is sure to be the perfect mug for you. If you are looking for a dinner service which offers understated elegance and style then Portmeirion Soho maybe the perfect choice. Soho is made in the UK and is a contemporay white collection specifically designed for entertaining. The crisp white back drop is the perfect canvas for fine dining and good food. Introduced in September 2016, Soho offers beautifully sculptured shapes, wide rims and uncompromising quality.

2017 sees several new and contemporary ranges added to the Portmeirion catalogue. The first collection is the perfect option if you enjoy being creative and expressing your own individual style. Portmeirion Choices is aptly named as it opens up so many possibilities. The collection includes so much choice! There are 4 sizes of plates, 7 different bowls and three different sizes of mugs, cups and jugs. What ever you need from serving bowls to dipping bowls the options avaiable are huge. Each piece comes in three colourways: white, blue and green. Use Portmeirion Choices as an accent range with any of Portmeirion's decorated ranges or collect an eclectic mix of colours from the Choices range to create a colourful set ideal for every meal from breakfast on the zingy green to lunch on the practical white to a romantic meal for two on the soft blue.Portmeirion Choices 2017 also sees a contemporary interpretation of a design classic. It is 45 years since the launch of Portmeirion's Botanic Garden and to mark the anniversary Portmeirion have launched Botanic Blooms. Concentrating on the four most popular motifs of recent years; Poppy, Sunflower, Hydrangea and Sweet Pea, Botanic Blooms is all about flower heads and petals. Used as a decorative band on plate rims, bowls and mugs, Botanic Blooms offers a contemporary, bold and colourful interpretation. The new Cityscapes Collection is perfect for those who enjoy travel and iconic vehicles. Four Cities are included in the collection; London, Paris, Rome and New York with beautifully drawn skylines in monochrome featuring some of the worlds most recognised landmarks. Each piece is then highlighted by an iconic mode of transport associated with the location. The Red London Double Decker Bus, Yellow New York Taxi, a green bicycle ridden by a beret wearing Parisian and the super chic Italian Lambretta scooter. Available on Travel Mugs with coordinated silicone lids, Coffee Mugs and Cups & Saucers, enjoy your morning coffee and loose yourself in these beautiful cities. Each piece in the Cityscapes Collection is supplied in an attractive gift box. Joining Portmeirion in 2017 is the "Most Promising Designer 2016", Sara Miller. In partnership with Portmeirion, Sara has produced a range of bone china mugs featuring her quirky interpretation of birds and animals. Sprinkled with understated humour, these Sara Miller Mugs introduce the Flamboyant Flamingo, Opulent Owl, Terrific Toucan and Genteel Giraffe. Each mug has gold detailing around the rim and is attractively supplied in a coordinated gift box making them a great present for someone special. A New departure for Portmeirion in 2017 is the introduction of Cutlery Sets. Portmeirion have been making quality boxed gift cutlery, which compliment their tableware ranges, for many years but the introduction of stainless steel flatware sets is new this year. The boxed sets are available in two designs Clarissa and Fleur and are available as either 16 or 24 pieces. The final new designer joining Portmeirion in the first half of 2017 is Catherine Lansfield. Catherine is one of the most respected designers in home interiors today. Initially Catherine has concentrated on bed linens and textiles but for 2017 she has applied her unique design inspiration to ceramics. Backed by Portmeirion's recognised high standards of quality, Catherine has produced two complete dinner services. Glamour is opulent and luxurious combining the patterns of sequins and lace with either silver or gold detailing. Enjoy a touch of glamour in your home everyday with this hard wearing and durable dinnerware and still be confident that it will dazzle and delight guests in more formal situations. The second range goes to the other end of Catherine's design portfolio. Scandi Birds is bright and playful and perfect for all the family. Cheerful birds, with individual detailing, flutter across this charming design. To compliment the Catherine Lansfield Tableware collections there is also a selection of Mugs each decorated in Catherine's unique style. From soft florals to Funky Zebras, there is something for every taste. Portmeirion stands for quality, durability, function and design and all Portmeirion ranges are available at Kings and Queens at 20% off normal retail prices.