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Simple Tableware with Subtle Textured Lines.
This range is simple, practical and effortlessly stylish. All the pieces are dishwasher safe so they're perfect for everyday use, and their simple style means they can be teamed with your favourite one- off pieces for special occasions.
Jamie Oliver is a phenomenon in the world of food. He is one of the world's best loved television personalities and one of Britain's most famous exports.
Jamie Oliver has been drawn to the kitchen since he was a child earning pocket money by helping out in his father's pub – restaurant. After graduating from catering college and working at one of London's coolest restaurants, The River Cafe, Jamie was spotted by a TV producer and The Naked Chef was born.
Over the past decade Jamie's brand has grown and as well as developing new TV shows, books, product ranges and restaurants he is also the founder of The Jamie Oliver Foundation, a charity that provides training for disadvantaged young people to set them up for a career in the catering industry.
Earthenware. Microwave and Dishwasher safe. Dinner 26cm, Side 20cm, Bowl 20cm.
Where flora and fauna combine, this classic collection of blue and white tableware take a modern spin on folk design. Let the shared kinship put you at one with nature's friendlies creatures. A complete range which showcases two mix and match pattern designs for a truly unique look.
The Legend of Blue willow is depicted on this classic collection. Without doubt one of the world's most famous tableware designs it is currently experiencing a resurgence as the trend for nostalgia embraces the classic style for contemporary interiors.
Originally hand engraved in the 19th century onto copper plates, great skill was used to achieve the utmost detail and clarity. Blue Willow has since become a timeless classic, collected all over the world.
So the story of Blue Willow goes that once in ancient China, there lived a rich mandarin, whose beautiful daughter was betrothed to a wealthy old merchant. Her affections, however, lay elsewhere – on her father's poor but handsome secretary. When their secret meetings were discovered the girl was imprisoned in her father's pagoda. From there, she concealed messages in coconut shells and floated them downstream to her lover.
The mandarin, sensing something was going on, hastened the wedding arrangements, but the secretary and daughter promptly eloped.
In a small boat, right in the middle of the sea, the mandarin caught them. In his parental wrath he was about to beat them to death, when divine intervention caused them to turn into a pair of turtle doves.
The mandarin, his plans foiled, returned to his pagoda, whilst the turtle doves flew freely above.
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