Richard Brendon meets PATTERNITY for Fortnum & Mason
By Gemma Riberti

British ceramist Richard Brendon collaborates once again with PATTERNITY in creating a tableware Collection for Fortnum & Mason.

Apr 28, 2014
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British ceramist Richard Brendon collaborates once again with PATTERNITY in creating a tableware Collection for Fortnum & Mason.

Proposing a new version of the ‘Warp and Reason’ pattern, this visually stunning tea set is now in Fortum & Mason’s  signature color Eau de Nil. The collection will be the centerpiece of an exhibition showcasing a broad selection of Richard Brendon’s work, all of which will be on sale.

The collaboration brings together the exceptional and expertise hand of the young ceramicist with the award-winning pattern innovation of PATTERNITY, creating a collection inspired by the British tea drinking history.

The items have been produced and handmade by the experienced craftsman in Stoke-on-Trent, known as the home of English pottery, and is entirely made of bone china.

The collaboration’s goal was to rejuvenate and reposition the British bone china industry, offering a fresh and contemporary take to attract a whole new audience, combining heritage and modernity.

This glossy and striking exclusive set is now available at both Fortnum & Mason’s online shop and in-store with prices starting at £35, while the exhibition will run from April 14th to May 25th 2014, on the 1st floor of the store. Stylesight subscribers can also view our take on the mint color trend here. – Vittoria Toffoli

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