The Botanic Garden collection, full of classic British flair, is written by renowned porcelain designer and also by Portemeirion founder Susan Williams-Ellis. This group of delicate and beautiful unique flowers and plants introduced a new wave of casual tableware at home in the 1970s. The cutlery patterns are constantly being updated, but the classics and delicateness of the Botanical Garden series are still popular among the public. The crystal cup series currently launched has a beautiful and chic aesthetic with floral carvings, which is favored by consumers! ※ Brand: Portmeirion ※ Product Series: Botanic Garden Classic Botanical Garden Series ※ Imported place: UK ※ Origin: Made in China ※ Material: Porcelain Fine Porcelain ※ Product content: 23.5 square plate *1 into 10cm square bowl *4 into ※ Product Size: Square plate size 23.5x20cm Square bowl size W10cm x L14.5cm x H20.5cm ※It can be used in microwave ovens and ovens (temperature cannot exceed 170 degrees) ※Can be washed in the dishwasher ─ Portmeirion Group- In 1960, the legendary designer of the porcelain design industry, Ms. Susan Williams-Ellis, integrated the previously purchased two porcelain companies and factories with the Euan Cooper-Willis, and established the Portmeirion Potteries. Susan originally designed porcelain gifts for the portmeirion Village in the town where they lived at the request of his father. As the gifts became more popular, they bought porcelain companies and factories; Susan was able to design the shape and pattern of porcelain. In the 1970s, Susan's most classic and popular series, the Botanic Garden, was born. Inspired by the unexpected discovery of the botany, Botanic Garden's unique and exquisite design shows a different style of home and leisure than the dinner tableware at the time. It has been warmly welcomed by the world and has become a classic in British design. It is still recognized as one of the most popular tableware designs to this day. The business was so successful, but Susan did not change, aiming at designing beautiful, practical and economical tableware, paying close attention to the manufacturing process of the work, maintaining the high quality of Portmeirion, and constantly launching one series that is loved by everyone. Although Ms. Susan died in 2007, her lifelong philosophy of design: not only beautiful but also functional and affordable, will continue to move along with Portmeirion.