Portmeirion

Portmeirion Pottery was founded in 1960 by Susan Williams-Ellis and her husband and the company is still operating today.  Their most successful ranges are the botanical ones, including Pomona (1982) and Botanic Garden (1982) that are decorated with a variety of floral illustrations adapted from Thomas Green’s Universal or-Botanical, Medical and Agricultural Dictionary (1817).

Portmeirion Salad Servers

Portmeirion Salad Servers

Portmeirion Pomona Canisters

Portmeirion Pomona Canisters

Portmeirion Pomona Canisters

Portmeirion Pomona Canisters

Portmeirion Pomona Breakfast Cups

Portmeirion Pomona Breakfast Cups

Portmeirion Canister Large

Portmeirion Canister Large

Susan Williams-Ellis’ early designs include Malachite (1960), Moss Agate (1961) and Talisman (1962).[2] In 1963 Susan created the popular Totem, an abstract pattern based in primitive forms coupled with a cylindrical shape.

For more on the history of Portmeirion goto http://www.thepotteries.org/allpotters/817a.htm

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