British pottery manufacturer Emma Bridgewater celebrates its 25th anniversary this summer with an exhibition and a special deal for consumers on damaged tableware.
The exhibition will be staged at the Potteries Museum in Stoke on Trent, where the company is based. The museum features the largest collection of pottery in the world, and will showcase Emma Bridgewater designs from the last quarter of a century. The exhibition runs from May 29 to September 26.
The company is also encouraging customers to return any chipped or damaged Emma Bridgewater pottery and receive 10% off all like-for-like purchases.
The tableware can be taken into one of the Emma Bridgewater-owned stores, in Chiswick, Edinburgh, Fulham or Marylebone, or the factory shop in Stoke.
Emma Bridgewater is the largest company to produce all of its pottery by hand in Britain. Each piece is made by a team of 150 skilled workers at the Stoke factory, where over 5,000 pieces of pottery are produced a day. Each item takes four days to make.