Our beautiful prestige tableware patterns Buckingham, Queen Isabella and Rose & Butterfly are made to order especially for you. Prices and delivery lead time will be confirmed on enquiry.
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|QUEEN ISABELLA – One of our finest collections, this regal design is perfect for those with discerning, classic and luxurious taste. The fine white of the china blends perfectly with the hand applied gold ensuring, ensuing a delicate and beautiful pattern, while the painstaking work and care that is invested into the crafting of each individual piece ensures that it is an exceptional and unique piece. Made in the heart of England’s potteries, this collection may be seen as an embodiment of the two centuries of heritage and unparalleled standards of craftsmanship which define Caverswall.|
|ROSE AND BUTTERFLY – A design that is luxurious, cheerful and traditional, the Rose and Butterfly Collection is a dinner set which exudes charm and elegance. Against the brilliant white of the fine bone china, we have created an exquisite pattern inspired by the beauty of nature. The Roses and Butterflies give the piece and playful quality, while the gold plating adds a strong sense of luxury. As with all our products, this Collection has been manufactured at the heart of England’s Potteries, where china has been manufactured for centuries. As such, Caverswall has been able to bring harness an unparalleled heritage to create a collection as delicate as it is beautiful.|
|BUCKINGHAM – This striking design would be perfect in any home, as it blends classic and contemporary elements. The modern minimalism of the bright white fuses with the more decoratively crested rim, where a beautifully patterning of deep navy and gold gilding has been painstakingly applied by hand. Made in the heart of England’s potteries, this collections benefits from the heritage of over two hundred years of craftsmanship in that region and each piece is a unique example of one of the England’s proudest traditions.|