A Reproduction of a 1770 Royal Worcester Design
CONTINUING THE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN TRADITION
Royal Worcester is proud to continue its tradition of blue and white patterns with the introduction of Hanbury. Since the founding of the company in 1751, Royal Worcester has been famous for the variety and quality of its blue and white designs, in particular Pine Cone which was originally introduced about 1770. A reproduction of Pine Cone, Hanbury features florals and pine cones together with a complementary border design in an attractive slate blue. The Malvern shape helps to complete this classic pattern's versatile look.
Hanbury is named after the country home of Thomas Vernon MP, one of the original shareholders of Royal Worcester and a partner to Dr Wall. The collection at Hanbury Hall in Worcestershire still features an original piece of the Pine Cone pattern which is highly valued amongst collectors today.
Timeless in design, Hanbury is so charming that it is able to grace tables set for informal occasions as well as the more formal. In addition, there is a comprehensive range of oven-to-tableware and giftware items. With the entire range being dishwasher, microwave, oven and freezer safe Royal Worcester's Hanbury provides a gracious statement for all to enjoy.
Based upon Royal Worcester's Pine Cone Pattern, introduced about 1770, Hanbury continues the company's tradition of attractive slate blue and white designs.
With a charm of its own, this special array of Hanbury Porcelain Giftware co-ordinates beautifully with the rest of the range - suitable gift-giving for all occasions.
OVEN TO TABLEWARE
Suited to both formal and informal occasions, Hanbury's oven-to-tableware range is the ultimate in convenience being freezer, microwave, oven and dishwasher safe.