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The Art of Outdoor Hosting

The Art of Outdoor Hosting

Planning a get-together? Make the most of the sunshine and bring your party outside this summer.

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Sophie Conran’s Homemade Lemon Meringue Pie

Desserts can often be a little heavy and when dining Alfresco it's nice to keep it light and sometimes fluffy, just like Sophie Conran's homemade lemon meringue pie.

How Portmeirion Village Inspired Portmeirion Pottery

As our much‐loved Botanic Garden range celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, it feels like the ideal time to take a look back at the history of the stunning village of Portmeirion and share how it inspired our brand.

Celebrating 50 Years Of Botanic Garden

First introduced in 1972, our flagship Botanic Garden range celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.

  1. How to Serve Afternoon Tea at Home

    How to Serve Afternoon Tea at Home

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  2. Tablescaping: Everything You Need To Know About The Popular Trend

    Tablescaping: Everything You Need To Know About The Popular Trend

    Put simply, tablescaping is a feast for the eyes. From flowers to napkin folds, tablescaping refers to beautifully decorated dining tables - the trend allows the host to get creative with all things crockery, cutlery and candles.
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  3. The Art of Outdoor Hosting

    The Art of Outdoor Hosting

    When it comes to hosting a get-together outside, the type of occasions you can host outdoors is pretty endless. Picnics and BBQs are the obvious events we think of when it comes to dining al fresco, but your garden makes a great location for everyday dining set-ups and celebrations too.
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  4. Sophie Conran's Homemade Lemon Meringue Pie Recipe

    Sophie Conran's Homemade Lemon Meringue Pie Recipe

    Desserts can often be a little heavy and when dining Alfresco it's nice to keep it light and sometimes fluffy, just like meringue! That's why Sophie Conran's homemade lemon meringue pie is the perfect dessert for entertaining guests.
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  5. How Portmeirion Village Inspired Portmeirion Pottery

    How Portmeirion Village Inspired Portmeirion Pottery

    If you’ve ever visited the enchanting Welsh village, you’ll understand why renowned designer and Portmeirion Pottery co-founder, Susan Williams-Ellis felt compelled to create the now iconic Botanic Garden collection, which is celebrated worldwide.
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  6. Choosing The Perfect Wedding Gift

    Choosing The Perfect Wedding Gift

    You've saved the date, made your menu choice, and even got your outfit picked out. Now all that’s left is to choose the wedding gift. To help you in your search, we’ve put together a guide to picking out the perfect wedding gift to guarantee your best-guest status this wedding season.
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  7. Celebrating 50 Years Of Botanic Garden

    Celebrating 50 Years Of Botanic Garden

    Inspired by the beauty of nature, our founder Susan Williams Ellis created Botanic Garden in 1972 to bring the outside in. She wanted the range to give the impression of a beautiful English garden when laid out on a table. This distinctive range features the iconic laurel leaf border and beautiful flowers.
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  8. Pottery In Stoke-On-Trent

    Pottery In Stoke-On-Trent

    When Susan Williams-Ellis and her husband, Euan, decided to launch a pottery business in 1960, there was only really one place suitable for such an endeavour - Stoke-on-Trent! Known affectionately around the globe as ‘The Potteries’, Stoke-on-Trent has a rich industrial heritage spanning 300 years.
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  9. The Art Of The Everyday

    The Art Of The Everyday

    Portmeirion pottery is made with unique, spirited individuality. Taking inspiration from the beauty of nature, Portmeirion's collections bring the outdoors in. Utterly distinctive but built for the real world, the designs embrace both form and function, soul and spirit, mind and moments.
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  10. The Art Of Our Pottery

    The Art Of Our Pottery

    We’ve spent decades perfecting our craft. The vision of our founder, Susan Williams-Ellis, was brought to life through a heritage of pottery trade in Stoke-on-Trent, where Susan came to open the Portmeirion factory in 1960. Today, that passion for creating unique and quality products continues.
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