New Ceramics Range takes Inspiration from 200-year-old Designs
It’s no secret that I’m a colour lover. Sure, I have my moments where I swoon over the subdued and go man for monochrome, but when push comes to shove, I am wild about bold hue.
This latest collection from Royal Doulton is pushing my colour-loving buttons like never before.
The range, called Royal Doutlon 200 Collection, celebrates the iconic brands 200-year existence. And with a tonne of gorgeous ceramic pieces on offer – all hand dipped and in a variety of paint tones – I think you’ll find at least one item that captures your attention.
My fave from this loot is the stunning Pushkin cat. It was first released in 1955 and this new version features a lovely mint and white colour story. If you’re a longtime reader of the blog, you’ll know that I’m a crazy cat man with two little critters of my own, so nabbing one in ceramic form would make my day (Royal Doulton, are you reading this?).
I’m also crushing on the Pure Evil Nightmare Bunnies you see above, all decked out in crazy colours that are a little big graffiti-inspired (and you know I adore some bold street art)
Each piece in this new collection is stamped with an ‘1815-2015’ mark, which makes them a bit of a collector’s item, too.
These pieces are available locally through WWRD, starting at $39.95.
Royal Doulton will be exhibiting at Life Instyle, Melbourne 30 July-2 August
>>> What’s your fave piece from this range? Drop me a comment below and let me know!