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Thomas Minton formally founded his business in 1793, from which time the company concerned itself with the production of high quality earthenware and fine bone china. The Spode Thomas Kincade Cottage Collection designed by Aileen Morley, draws inspiration from the light infused romantic images by Thomas Kincade.

 

Thomas Minton formally founded his business in 1793, from which time the company concerned itself with the production of high quality earthenware and fine bone china. At the Crystal Palace Exhibition of 1851, Minton won recognition as the finest china manufacturer in Europe. The specialist techniques of raised gold and hand painting have been preserved and extended, so that today Minton retains its reputation as one of the finest china manufacturers in the world.

 

Created by world renowned chef Thomas Keller, the new Point collection is an epicurean's delight. Handcrafted by Raynaud in pure white Limoges porcelain, most pieces feature extra-wide rims to showcase your cooking to perfection. As beautiful to look at as it is to use, this is the ultimate restaurateur's dinnerware collection.

 

The Spode Thomas Kincade Cottage Collection designed by Aileen Morley, draws inspiration from the light infused romantic images by Thomas Kincade. Spode has created a lovely range of home decor accents, dinnerware and giftware. Spode and Thomas Bowl Kinkade have come together to create a collection of beautiful and functional dinnerware and giftware. Each set features a variety of Thomas Kinkade scenes framed by a beautiful Spode border. The border design is soft green and sepia tones in a delicate patterned design with floral highlights.

 

Thomas Keller's signature hommage dinnerware collection. Keller's designs emphasize decorative shapes rather than applied ornament, resulting in sleek and striking tableware that's equally suitable for everyday and special-occasion dining. The venerable, century old Raynaud company crafts Point from pure white porcelain in Limoges, FranceArticle Submission, the source of fine European porcelain since 1768. Please purchase on online http://www.etabletop.com/

 

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