Here’s another royal match to aspire for. And no, we’re not talking about newlyweds this time. We’re talking about a couple of Minton collections that would be a good match for each other.
Minton Henley was produced from 1970 to 1983, spelling over a decade in production. Ornately designed with multicolored flowers, its green and gold verge and trim make it even more elegant.
Pair it with Minton St. James to style your table in the most sophisticated way. Its gold-coated cobalt rim will complement the blue flowers of the Henley. The production for Minton St. James also started in the 70’s. But because of its stark pattern, it enjoyed a strong demand among china collectors who wanted clean designs and production lasted longer than the Henley. Minton St. James was produced until 1998 – or almost three decades!
These patterns were created by Minton’s Ltd, which was founded in 1793 by Thomas Minton. With England as its headquarters, its key products are earthenware and bone china. The company merged with Royal Doulton Tableware Ltd. in 1968. Royal Doulton was then taken over by the Waterford Wedgwood group of Ireland in January 2005. As of July 2, 2015, the entire group has been acquired by the Finnish company Fiskars Corporation.
This match will surely put any formal occasions on fire with its balanced combination – tasteful and well-thought-out. You can use it during weddings for sure!
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