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Vessel Celebrates Wedgwood
Vessel, the authority on contemporary tableware, is delighted to invite you to take a step back and sit down for tea. The time has come to reappraise a task that has become a humdrum routine and restore it to the indulgently high level it deserves.

Whom better to do this than Wedgwood, England's finest china company, founded in 1759 and experiencing a propitious rebirth under the new direction of Georgina Godley.

Long forgotten gems from the Wedgwood back catalogue have been discovered and re-issued to celebrate that most English of inventions, tea time.

From extravagantly luxurious Epergne (2999), an ornate centrepiece bedecked with ceramic baskets overflowing with sweets and treats, to the humble butter pat, reshaped into whimsical shapes straight from the card deck, there is something for everyone to enjoy and add an element of decadence to their life.

From the Henley range, exquisite yet affordable silver tea pots (100) cakes slices and pastry tongs will be unveiled, all complemented by the historical romantic Queen's Ware plate service, which earned Wedgwood it's first royal seal of approval from Queen Charlotte, yet is still utterly relevant today.

Vessel is open Monday - Saturday 10am-6pm

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Vessel Celebrates Wedgwood
Vessel Celebrates Wedgwood from 1 June - 25 June 2005 with special in store tea party for customers 11 June - 18 June.
address Vessel, 114 Kensington Park Road, London W11 2PW
tel +44 (0)207727 8661

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