If you are looking for English dinnerware, you must check out Wedgwood dinnerware. The company has been producing high quality ceramics since 1759 with gifted designers. Their product line consists of bone china dinnerware and fine china that is quite exquisite. They also produce great lines of crystal and flatware in addition to home décor and jewelry.
Wedgwood has produced many patterns so you are likely to find vintage or antique dinnerware made by Wedgwood along with retired patterns. Vera Wang, Jasper Conran and Barbara Barry are among the talented designers that work with Wedgwood.
Here are some of the currently produced dinnerware patterns. Most of them are fine china, but informal everyday dishes are included in the lines.
Wedgewood dinnerware also includes the childrens dishes featuring the dinnerware pattern of Peter Rabbit which can make an awesome keepsake.
I love keepsakes for children like this. A set of collectible childrens dishes from a reputuable company makes an awesome shower gift.
I like all of the dinnerware patterns but I am particularly fond of the Jasperware home décor and the jewelry put out by Wedgwood, especially the blue and white patterns. The artwork is very impressive. I have decided to start collecting the Wedgwood Christmas ornaments in blue and white to go on my all-blue Christmas tree. I love the cameo style.