Espresso Cup and Saucer - River
This product is made to order, meaning each is handmade for you by our craftspeople in Stoke-on-Trent. With that in mind, we ask that you allow six weeks from order confirmation to dispatch.
Most of the world’s major cities were built on or around rivers. Harking to our hometown of London, our River collection is based on the iconic shape of the River Thames.
80ml / H6cm
3.4 floz / H2.7"
The production of pottery in Stoke-on-Trent dates back to at least the 17th century, and still today every piece of our bone china is made to the absolute highest quality by master craftspeople in Stoke-on-Trent.
The knowledge and experience passed down through generations of potters have contributed to the expert processes used in the creation of all of our bone china collections. By working in Stoke-on-Trent, we support this heritage British industry and work to preserve and refine the masterful craft techniques and processes that make it the best in the world.
The wonderful thing about Bone China is it is incredibly easy to clean, which makes it perfect for everyday use. Our River pieces can be cleaned in a dishwasher - at a maximum temperature of 60°C.
All River pieces are also microwave safe.
Scouring pads or abrasive washing agents must not be used. Soaking in warm water before washing will remove most stains or hardened on particles.
When storing plates or bowls, try not to slide them over one another as this may cause tiny scratches in the glaze. We recommend a paper napkin is placed between each piece.
Delivery & Returns
Available for Global Shipping.
As each of our River pieces is handmade and bespoke, please allow at least four weeks from order to dispatch. For this reason, we cannot accept returns, exchanges or cancelllations for any River pieces.
Free UK deliveries for orders over £100.
The standard delivery times once the order has been dispatched are:
UK: 2-3 working days
US & Canada: 5-8 working days
ROW: from 5 working days
Complete your table
Every piece of our bone china and crystal has passed through several pairs of hands before it arrives at your table. That's what we mean when we say handmade.