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Discover Xavier china a new family business founded in 2019 focussed on reviving the historic beauty of English fine bone china.
Xavier china is beautiful dinnerware hand crafted in England.
Created in collaboration with KD Loves, the Kelling Collection has been designed to be dishwasher-friendly, offering beautiful bone china that is both luxurious and practical.
Each plate is silkscreen printed in a vivid Kelling colour and finished with a hand-painted contrast rolled edge.
Take your pick from six fabulous colour combinations that work individually or as a multicolour set.
We are thrilled to announced that the Kelling Collection has won the Innovation Award at the Tableware International Awards of Excellence 2022.
BEGINNING AT HOME
It all began when founders, Nicky & Charlotte, went out to buy a dinner service for their new family home.
“We knew we wanted bone china for its translucency and strength, but found ourselves having to choose from a limited range of expensive retailers, plain white plates or an antique dinner service.”
It seemed odd that Josiah Spode’s brilliantly practical invention had become so difficult to buy. Bone china is more difficult to chip than other types of porcelain, making it perfect for day-to-day living as well as special occasions.
We asked a friend to draw a design inspired by the house, found a factory in Stoke and ordered our own bespoke set of china…
FOUNDING A NEW FAMILY BUSINESS
Ultimately, we had exactly what we wanted for a good price and thought, ‘surely other families want this too?’
In short, we are in the business of creating new family heirlooms!
MADE IN ENGLAND
Display your British wares with pride knowing that everything has come from within a 10-mile radius in Stoke-on-Trent.
FINE BONE CHINA
The unrivalled Queen of porcelain – translucent, elegant and resilient. Bone china is the strongest type of pottery and the least likely to chip.
All Xavier China tableware is dishwasher and microwave-safe
– unless you go for gold!
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