Portmeirion Vintage Kellogg’s Sunrise
Kellogg’s have been part of the British Breakfast table for over 100 years. Now with Portmeirion Vintage Kellogg’s Sunrise launched in 2016, you can enjoy your corn flakes with retro style. Corn Flakes were first made by Dr John Harvey Kellogg in 1894 as a nutritious food for patients in his sanatorium. The breakfast proved popular with patients and the Kellogg’s factory was established in 1896 to produce Corn Flakes for the general public. The iconic Cockerel Image synonymous with Kelloggs is thought to have been suggested by Kellogg’s Welsh friend Nansi Richards, who thought that the Welsh word for Cockerel “Ceiliog” suited the brand well. The Cockerel has remained the company’s trade mark ever since. In Portmeirion’s Vintage Kellogg’s Sunrise Collection the cockerel is used throughout appearing in silhouette inside the Cup and Saucer
and Mug. The stylised ears of corn motif is used as a border on the Sunrise Plate
, Cereal Bowl and Tea Saucer and is often combined with a red stripe decoration. The Portmeirion Vintage Kellogg’s Sunrise Collection makes the perfect kitchen or breakfast set whether you prefer cereal of toast and will add a splash of colour to the greyest of Monday mornings. Start your collection with the 6 piece breakfast set for two
, and save 20% on the complete range at Kings and Queens.