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 monarchy.
a simple pattern of spliced lines, cut deep in to
clear crystalline, the Earlswood Champagne Flute Set embodies stemware perfection. The set is presented as a set of six, making it suitable for special occasions, quiet evenings and dinner parties.
Earlswood Champagne Flute Set features:
- Designed in England.
- Made from crystalline.
- Presented as a set of six champagne flutes in a Royal Doulton gift box.
- Hand wash recommended.