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January 19' Newsletter | Sultan's Garden Collection

by James Fletcher

William Edwards Professional Launches Striking Sultan's Garden Collection.

William Edwards Professional is delighted to introduce a striking new range of all-day dining chinaware called 'Sultan's Garden' to its portfolio of Signature Collections.

The 22-piece collection is inspired by early near Eastern ceramic decorative artwork and includes serving platters, plates, bowls, tea sets and mugs.

The Sultans' Garden range was created in collaboration with designer Sam de Teran with a primary focus on the Middle East and wider international markets.

William Edwards Professional has significantly increased its footprint in the Middle East, where the company has created exclusive commissions for some of the world's leading figures and exclusive properties.

After the success of William Edwards' recent Middle Eastern bespoke commissions for world-famous Al Bustan Palace in Oman and The Burj Al Arab in Dubai, the company looked to create a Signature Collection to attract the growing international all-day dining market.

As one of Williams Edwards' Signature Collections, Sultan's Garden has been specifically designed and developed to provide existing and prospective clients with a readily available all-day dining tabletop range, delivered directly from the company's historic factory in Stoke-on-Trent.

The new collection features vibrant paradisal gardens, with illustrations of gazelles, lions and monkeys playing beneath palms and cypress trees, inspired by the glorious flowering of art that took place under the Mamluk Sultanate of 1250 to 1517.

Each piece is hand decorated by the William Edwards team in the heart of the Potteries, England.

To find out more about this collection and for all sales enquiries, please contact Jane Rowley on 01782 838 000 or email sales@williamedwards.co.uk.

To view the collection online, click here.


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