Within the English crown of famous potteries – particularly those from
the historic English Stoke-On-Trent area – few jewels shine quite as
brightly as Royal Doulton’s.
The name bears a pedigree that can be traced back to 1815, when a Mister
John Doulton invested his life savings in a partnership to purchase a
stoneware factory in Lambeth. However, it was not until 1901 that the
Doulton name received its royal warrant, and was able to take the title
Royal Doulton – the sort of dinnerware beloved by even the British
By collaborating with some of England’s best design studios, Royal
Doulton manages to provide modern, stylish collections that are as
distinct as they are beautiful. Their joint efforts with London-based
industrial designers Barber & Osgerby have produced the Olio range
of tableware in an eclectic mix of shapes and materials, inspired by
hand-made ceramics and found objects. Made from handsome oak wood, this
Olio Server is suitable for a range of food types and hospitable table settings.
Barber & Osgerby Olio Hand Server features:
- Designed in England.
- Collaborative work between Royal Doulton and London-based design studio Barber & Osgerby.
- Made from oak wood.
- Hand wash recommended.
Dimensions: 40.5cm (l) x 17.5cm (w).