Upgrade Your Kitchen with Classic Minton Collection

Investing in good dinnerware is just that – an investment!

One of the first things guests ever noticed in dinner parties is dinnerware. It is a focal point for the dining table, enhancing the overall ambience of your kitchen and home. Also, stylish and classic dinnerware like Minton can add interest to the simplest food. So choose dinnerware that reflects your style and statement. Here is the list of royal dinnerware that you can select for your kitchen.

Minton Jasmine

5 Pc Set Minton Jasmine

Minton produced this amazing dinner set in 1978. Its floral design connotes fragrance, making it ideal for everyday use. It is also a perfect addition for special occasions like wedding, birthdays, evening get-together and more. When you serve your guests in this beautiful vintage dinnerware, they feel welcomed and special.

Minton Stanwood

5 Pc Set Minton Stanwood

If you are more of a simple person, then Minton’s Stanwood pattern is for you. This pattern was produced by the company in 1973, which was continuing till 1987. The golden rim and flowery border with plain centre make it perfect for everyday use and evening parties. The best part is that you can combine this royal dinnerware with any other plain dinner set available at your home. It will reflect your style and taste to your guests.

Minton Consort

5 Pc Set Minton Consort

This classic design was produced by Minton’s Ltd. of English heritage in 1982. The golden and black rim on this amazing dinnerware makes it look more royal and elegant. It goes with every black and white dinner set and increases the curb appeal of your dining space. You can also combine it either with Minton Stanwood or Minton Jasmine to set the table in style.

About Minton

Thomas Minton and his family began production on earthenware and bone china in the late eighteenth century. Headquarter of it is in England. In 1968 the company merged with Royal Doulton Tableware Ltd. Further, in 2005, Royal Doulton was taken over by the Waterford Wedgwood of Ireland. As of July 2, 2015, the entire group has been acquired by the Finnish company Fiskars Corporation.

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