Amongst designers, graphic artists and those in the know, Pantone is a method of indexing colours.
Colours can be confusing. Take, for instance, red. Red can refer to a light, pastelly-pink red, or it could be the bold, bright red of a stop sign. To avoid confusion, the Pantone system gives all shades of the colour red a unique number number. Really bright red, for instance, is Pantone 193. The particular shade of blue on the Scottish Flag is Pantone 300. There’s a Pantone number for every shade the human eye can see.
But the Pantone system is about so much more than just dull numbers. It’s all about passion for colour. And now you can express that passion all you like, with a Pantone Universe's range of teatime crockery
The teapot is the king of the tea table (we all know this), so it makes sense that it would be a statement piece. And these Pantone teapots are so bold, so bright, that they certainly sing out from the coffee table. They are made from bone china – solid but lightweight – and can gold a generous 850ml of your favourite tea, so that even a chronic tea addict will be satisfied!
With mugs, sugar pots and milk jugs as part of the set, a palette of colours now awaits you at teatime.
Pantone Teapot features:
- Made from bone china.
- Microwave and dishwasher safe.
- Presented in a smart gift box in their matching Pantone shade.
Colour: Printers' Blue.