It all started in 1984, when Emma had recently graduated from college and was working in London. She went shopping for her mother’s birthday present one day. Two matching cups and saucers were on her wish list as a way to express her affection. You’re absent from my thoughts. She browsed the shelves of a china shop in search of a set that would make her feel like she was back in her mother’s North Oxford home. The Great British High Street back then seemed to only sell things that were either delicate and formal or sturdy and definitely unromantic. Emma had an instant flashback to the dresser in her mother’s kitchen. She pictured it in this riot of colour and mismatched ceramics in the china shop. The only way to make the dream a reality was for her to learn how to produce porcelain by hand. However, she had no idea how or where to begin looking.
She decided to go to Stoke-on-Trent after a buddy casually suggested it. That’s how the iconic modern pottery label Emma Bridgewater was started. For the past three decades, they have stayed faithful to the spirit of that first, aha! moment: the importance of perfecting the idea and the blueprint. They believe that their everyday kitchen china is at the very centre of their lives, and that each cup, bowl, jug, and plate contains their individual tales, reflects their collective experiences, and enlivens them as they eat and drink together. Each creation begins as a heartfelt emotional reaction to some aspect of the world that they adore. However, success is only achieved if you share their enthusiasm. Their business has evolved beyond ceramics in recent years. Their candles and home scents join their already popular assortment of glassware, tins, picnicware, stationery, wallpaper, and fabrics with their designs. Emma still hasn’t stopped having that mental dialogue with her mum from 1984. And now, they certainly hope, you are, too.
With summer right around the corner, it’s time to start planning your outdoor gatherings. Bring a touch of sophistication to your next backyard BBQ with their stunning Dandelion Glass Jug. Made from soda lime glass, this jug is not only stylish but also durable. Fill it up with refreshing Pimm’s or any other beverage of your choice and impress your guests with your impeccable taste. The dandelion print adds a whimsical touch, making it the perfect addition to any summertime soiree. It’s time to raise a glass and cheers to warm weather and good company with their Dandelion Glass Jug.
Emma Bridgewater is now widely recognised as the go-to brand for chic drinking vessels. But why have so many people fallen in love with her creations? Perhaps it’s the nostalgic feel of the classic, rustic design. Maybe it’s the cheerful colours and patterns that make even mundane tasks more enjoyable. In any case, there’s no doubting the undeniable allure of Emma Bridgewater’s glassware. There’s something for everyone among the many alternatives offered, which range from delicate floral patterns to clever sayings. You can see why so many people adore Emma Bridgewater dinnerware if you want to inject some character into your home’s kitchen or dining area.