Burleigh has added new pieces to its Green Regal Peacock and Green Asiatic Pheasants collections – just in time for autumn/winter.
Both collections have been bolstered by teapots, 3-tier cake stands, mini footed bowl and mini tankard jugs while Green Asiastic Pheasants has a creamer added to its assortment and Green Regal Peacock is joined by a new teacup and saucer.
Discussing the latest consumer buying trends, Jim Norman, MD at Burleigh says: “We see customers buying multiple patterns and colours in one go, suggesting they’re mixing and matching their favourite pieces and having fun creating their own unique set of luxury tableware and/or teaware. Sales of breakfast cups and saucers over the past few months have been higher than teacups and mugs, so people are wanting a larger hot drink to last them longer. Consumers seem to choose smaller plates over the larger dinner plates. Pasta bowls, pudding bowls and our cute little butter pats are also in high-demand; small but beautifully decorated versatile pieces that can be used for sauces, seasoning, sweets, nuts, fruit, jewellery and much more!”
Burleigh Pottery is a British brand that has been handcrafting pottery in the town of Burslem, England, since 1851. With the launch of its ‘All Made Here’ campaign and new website, the brand continues to champion British craft skills, cementing its commitment to provenance, authenticity, and quality.
Burleigh’s iconic ware is stocked in Bloomingdales, Soho House, One Kings Lane, Harrods, Fortnum & Mason and Mitsukoshi, and it can be found in some of the world’s most prestigious hospitality venues including The Ned hotels, Chiltern Firehouse and Bibendum. Burleigh has also collaborated on a collection of pottery with Ralph Lauren and tile collection with Craven Dunnill Jackfield. Its iconic patterns are recognised all over the world.