At Stoneage Ceramics we create ceramic dinnerware, serveware and bakeware based on current market trends. We would like to share with you a selection of our designs, please see the sell sheets below for the following ranges:
Fine bone china dinnerware and serveware with clean modern styling. Including a variety of bowls and the most popular platter shapes and sizes, this range is practical, beautiful and designed for everyday use.
A playful collection of stoneware mugs decorated with reactive glaze geometric patterns, ombré effects and coordinating block colours. Designed on our most popular mug shape, each piece features a raw, unglazed base, creating an interesting contrast against high gloss glaze. Fuse mugs have a creative, handcrafted feel in line with the current artisanal trend.
Gestural indigo floral paired with a brush stroke repeat pattern, set against bright white porcelain with luxurious gold accents. While Indigo and gold are a typical pair on formal dinnerware, Hestia pushes the boundaries to deliver a new take on a classic combination.
Made With Love
A vintage inspired bakeware range made from high quality stoneware, featuring embossing, a wax resist brand and raw, unglazed foot. Made With Love bakeware celebrates home cooking with generous proportions, full-bodied shapes and chunky, utilitarian handles. The logo is de-bossed into the base of each item to reinforce the branding, this range can be re-branded to suit a customer’s own theme.
Inspired by the traditional colours and icons of a day on the river, hand painted stripe earthenware co-ordinates with bold graphic mugs and porcelain dinner set. The Regatta collection is driven by the Nautical trend which keeps re-appearing year after year, combining classic blue and red colour palette with trending teal and aquamarine.
If you are interested in finding out more about our sell sheets or if you would like to discuss your ceramic tableware and dinnerware requirements with us, feel free to get in touch.
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