Coalport Porcelain Retro Classic

When it comes to home design, we hunt down the unique accent furniture, classic rug, and vintage art pieces, but what about dinnerware?

The way you serve your guests at a dinner party tells a lot about your personality and style statement.

Vintage Coalport pattern is ideal for Thanksgiving and official get-together. The original design offers guests a royal dining experience.

Coalport Mint Rose Dinner Plate

Coalport Mint Rose tableware is perfect for classic home interior. The vintage floral design over white base embraces the look of your dining area.

When you serve dessert in patterned rose dishes, the sweetness of it becomes double. The charming vintage bread plate is a perfect piece to add to your dinnerware collection. The guests feel special with meal serve in retro style.

5 Pc of Coalport Geneva Dinnerware

For more gathering and a big family function, you can use different patterns of classic plates to make the dining space more happening. Coalport Geneva a vintage pattern is another great piece to add to your exclusive dinner set. The blue flowers string at the border of white porcelain gives a rich yet royal feel to you as well as your guests.

5 Pc of Coalport Oceanside

If plain white china is more of your choice, consider Coalport Oceanside. These white calm pieces of dinnerware are best for any themed party. Also, you can mismatch this pattern with either Coalport Mint Rose or Coalport Geneva. It embraces the interior maximalist trend and adds an element of vintage purity to your dinner table.

About Coalport

The Coalport was found by potter John Rose in 1795. It is the first porcelain factory in Coalbrookdale, Shropshire, England. Under the guidance of John Rose, the company became a market leader in porcelain ware.

After the death of John Rose and other owners, Charles’ managed the company and was able to export the vintage dinnerware to the United States and Canada. Due to financial difficulties the company was taken over by the Cauldon Potteries, Ltd., in 1925.  In 1967, the company became part of the Wedgwood group.

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