Visiting Wedgwood

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Our bespoke Spring Summer 2014 London Fashion Week show invitations contained a miniature teacup and saucer created by iconic English lifestyle brand Wedgwood. The ‘dolls house’ teacups were based on famous Wedgwood Jasperware, invented by Josiah Wedgwood in 1775.

 

Our exclusive teacups and saucers were made at Wedgwood’s English factory in Barlaston, Staffordshire. Each Mulberry teacup took several hours to make with skilled craftsmen using a number of processes such as pouring and molding, sponging and fettling, figure-making, ornamenting and firing. Each individual teacup and its matching saucer were hand checked at each stage to ensure the highest quality.

Fact: famous Wedgwood owners include Queen Charlotte of England, the Empress Catherine The Great of Russia, Jane Austen, Theodore Roosevelt and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Join the Mulberry and Wedgwood conversation with #MulberryTeacup.

The Spring Summer 2014 invitation
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