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Botanic Garden makes everyday occasions special – like an enjoyable Sunday breakfast with the family, or afternoon tea and a catch-up with friends. Each and every ceramic piece is made with care, attention and love, passing through 22 hands before being ready for a home.
Launched in 1972, Botanic Garden was uniquely different. The collection captured the new mood for casual dining. Botanic Garden became an instant success and has become a classic of British design and hailed as the world's most popular casual tableware design.
The Essential Table $499 (if bought separately $849)
The Essential Table for Six features our exclusive 30 piece Botanic Garden dinnerware set, Nambé Skye flatware and Nambé Skye Tumblers—the foundation for everyday dining and entertaining.
Portmeirion was founded in 1960 by the legendary pottery designer Susan Williams-Ellis and her husband Euan Cooper-Willis. Susan sadly passed away in November 2007 but her philosophy of creating collections that are not only beautiful but also functional and affordable lives on at Portmeirion.
Always at the forefront of contemporary design, Susan Williams-Ellis was renowned for her originality in both design and manufacturing techniques. This has led to her enviable reputation for producing striking shape and pattern designs that were trend setting and had worldwide appeal – designs that are now seen as iconic.
Botanic Garden was launched in 1972 and since then has become loved worldwide and recognized by many as synonymous with great British design – a classic that, with new shapes and motifs, has remained as fresh and exciting today as it was in 1972.
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The creation of Botanic Garden requires skill, dexterity and innovative design. Watch as our artisan create the iconic Botanic Garden Collection.
Package was specifically designed to prevent breakage of your Botanic Garden dinnerware set. We have simulated package handling here so you can be confident your dinnerware will arrive in pristine condition.