The product comes from the second grade.
Possible imperfections in glazing, discolorations, blemishes, and depressions under the glaze, defects, and errors in decoration.
These flaws do not affect the functionality.
The Azalea dish (second-grade) from the Botanic Garden collection by Portmeirion will breathe life into your tableware. With its beautiful azalea motif, which speaks through spring botanical inspirations, this dish is a true masterpiece.
- Made from high-quality ceramic
- Diameter: 29 cm
- Floral pattern on a white background
- Ideal for salads, main dishes, and other meals
Offering beautiful floral illustrations on a white background, this dish will undoubtedly add charm to every dish, from salads to main courses. The subtle design strikes a perfect balance between a romantic floral pattern and a practical shape, ideal for everyday use.
Crafted from the finest porcelain, the dish is not only beautiful but also durable and suitable for everyday use. It can be washed in the dishwasher and used in the microwave, making it incredibly functional.
Each piece from the Botanic Garden series by Portmeirion brings a touch of nature to your home. Enjoy the elegant style and functionality that the Botanic Garden dish brings.
The Botanic Garden collection was designed by the famous designer Susan Williams-Ellis. The wonderful combination of floral motifs and distinctive leaves set a new trend in the 1970s.
Portmeirion was founded in 1960 by the legendary ceramic designer Susan Williams-Ellis and her husband, Euan Cooper-Willis. The history of Portmeirion ceramics truly began when Susan's father asked her to create ceramic gifts for a shop in the village of Portmeirion. In the 1970s, the "Botanic Garden" collection was born, which is widely regarded as the most recognizable Portmeirion design. It became an instant success and a classic British design, hailed as the world's most popular everyday tableware design. Portmeirion collections are inspired by graphics found in antique botanical books. The ethos established over 60 years ago still thrives, and today Portmeirion ceramics are created with a unique and captivating individuality, drawing inspiration from nature.