Luxury card and stationary brand Katie Leamon has collaborated with leading British ceramic design studio Emma Alington to launch a range of ceramic homewares.
Made in England, the capsule range of beautiful hand-crafted bone china for the home and table captures Katie Leamon’s signature monochrome patterns. Applied to Emma Alington's best-selling styles with a hand painted 22k gold rim, the collection aims to bring a little luxury to the everyday.
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Incorporating a mix of animal prints, geometric graphics and speckled patterns, these cool and quirky designs cater for a modern taste, whilst still maintaining a classic look with its black-and-white palette.Our love of monochrome knows no bounds.
The limited edition collection consists of three patterns; hoop, confetti and pyramid, across four products; espresso cups, mugs, milk jugs and planters, with prices starting from £28.
Perfect for everyday use around the home, these handcrafted bone china pieces have a simple and functional finish, making them timeless and durable.
Available in-store at Katie Leamon’s London pop-up store and online at Katie Leamon and Emma Alington, the collection is the debut range from the collaborative duo.
Founded in 2010, family-run Katie Leamon is a design led card & stationery brand rooted in the desire to create beautiful, practical design with tangible craftsmanship. Inspired by the warmth and satisfaction associated with receiving hand written correspondence, alongside making everyday tasks more enjoyable, Katie Leamon's paper based products consider their impact on people and the planet.
View the collection here.
Katie Leamon, katieleamon.com
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