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Brief Published: 14 Jan 2011

Neisha Crosland Ceramics


London-based textile designer Neisha Crosland has collaborated with online homeware store Make International to produce her first collection of fine china ceramics.

Two patterns – Beaded Stripe and Paperclip – decorate the collection, which includes espresso cups and saucers, mugs and saucers, and a teapot, sugar pot, milk jug and cake stand.  

All items are available in four of the designer’s signature colourways, and can be mixed and matched.

Shapes are inspired by late 19th century Russian Imperial porcelain, trips to Morocco, and elegant espresso cups inherited from her great aunt.