This exciting addition to the Portmeirion Family includes a complete range of products from dinner plates, to platters, to pasta bowls, with 14 items in all. Each illustration has been hand drawn in England depicting the most popular exotic flowers. These include Bird of Paradise, Hibiscus, Orchid, Dragonfly, White Waterlily and Red Ginger. For the first time, the dinnerware items in Exotic Botanic Garden can be ordered by individual motif.
Microwave and dishwasher safe; please bring to room temperature before placing in microwave, dishwasher or freezer; oven safe up to 300F, all pieces must be at least half full
Originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes. This magnificent array of porcelain designs is perfect for ...
Released from the songs of the Rothschild birds, the garden turns in on itself and becomes a place of quiet reflection and beauty. Even the insects have briefly moved on and only softly falling leaves provide the occasional stirring. This ...
Introduced in the 1850s, this pattern's original name was "East Indies Flowers". Much of the Oriental porcelain exported to Europe was shipped via East Indian companies, and the Eastern influence is further reflected in the Japanese-style arrangements portrayed here.
Inspired by a pair of cups designed in Vienna in the early 19th century, the Asian Garden pattern is a superlative example of Chinoiserie design with fanciful, exuberant images of life in an imagined China.