Xavier China is introducing The Wilding, its first collection of bone china tableware – featuring the work of British artist, David Urmston.
The family-run business is presenting as assortment of six stunning pen and ink drawings by the artist, with the collection using traditional English fine bone china to celebrate the rewilding movement in Britain.
Rewilding heralds the return of keystone species once integral to the British countryside: the beaver, boar, wolf, lynx, white stork and auroch.
Launching on 12 October in three colours – French grey, forest green and red earth – The Wilding bone china pudding plates will be the perfect accent pieces to sit alongside Xavier China’s Classic Collection, enjoying the same traditional shape with a matching hand-painted border. Available individually or in sets of six, they are the perfect present for the hostess who has everything, or the friend with a passion for nature.
All Xavier China products are made in England and dishwasher-safe.