50th Anniversary
18 Piece Dinnerware Set

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the beloved Botanic Garden collection with this special 18‐piece set dinnerware set. The set features limited‐edition floral motifs, edged with the iconic triple leaf border and commemorative 50th anniversary back stamp. Presented in an exclusive willow hamper, this set makes a timeless keepsake and is a must have for the collector.

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Botanic Garden

A true British classic, designed by the celebrated designer Susan Williams-Ellis in 1972. The mix and match floral motifs, inspired by 19th century botanical illustrations, bring a bit of the garden to your table.

Botanic Garden Home Fragrance

Our Home Fragrance collection was created to transport you to your secret garden. The ceramic vessels are inspired by the Botanic Garden sugar pot with beautifully detailed botanical illustration complemented by the iconic triple leaf border.

Botanic Garden Bouquet

Inspired by the iconic illustrations of Botanic Garden, Bouquet is a mix of beautiful florals accented with hand painted sculptures of flowers, butterflies, and bumblebees.

Botanic Garden Harmony Accents

Featuring full surface butterfly designs on a modern coupe shape, this collection coordinates with Botanic Garden collections for a pop of color.

Botanic Garden Harmony

A modern take to the iconic Botanic Garden with earthy colored glazes, archival floral and butterfly motifs surrounded by irresistible embossed detailing.

Exotic Botanic Garden

Discover the exotic flora and fauna of Exotic Botanic Garden.

The colorful tropical blooms complement the iconic Botanic Garden range or add a splash of color to the table.

Bursts of magnificent petals interspersed with delicately detailed butterflies bring a touch of the tropics to the home.

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HISTORY OF

Botanic Garden

Fortuitous Find

Susan Williams-Ellis was searching for antique engravings to decorate her pottery when she discovered The Universal Herbal by Thomas Green (c. 1817). Filled with striking, detailed botanical illustrations, Susan began to imagine a beautiful range of dinnerware.

The Making of The Garden

Captivated by nature, Susan added butterflies and other insects to the designs to add variety and intrigue to the floral motifs depicted on the tableware. To bring the range together, Susan developed the iconic triple-leaf border.

Objections Are Forms of Uncertainty

In those years, it was expected that dinner plates matched exactly. Stores refused to stock Susan's mixed floral designs, citing that no one would buy plates with different motifs, but Botanic Garden captured the public's imagination and the success of the range soon proved store management wrong.

How Does The Garden Grow?

Botanic Garden's mixed floral designs are a collector's dream. With new flowers being introduced as old are retired, it is rare that anyone's exact Botanic Garden collection is identical. Over the years, modern interpretations of the iconic range have been introduced, such as Botanic Garden Harmony and Botanic Garden Bouquet.

The Art of the Everyday

Discover the story of Botanic Garden as Rose Fulbright shares special memories of her grandmother,Susan Williams-Ellis.

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