Fine bone china specialist The Present Company has announced a licensing agreement with The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS).
The Present Company will launch a collection of RHS china giftware comprising churn jugs, a tea for one set, a cappuccino coffee cup and saucer, a Huga mug and tray, a two-tiered cake plate, and an adaptable gateau plate/cheese platter.
Items will be illustrated with images from the RHS Lindley Library’s collection of botanical art, and feature the phrase: ‘When the flowers bloom, the bees come uninvited.’
The Present Company is a small family-run concern, producing handcrafted fine bone china in the heart of Staffordshire. Director Pauline Harvey said: “The beautiful RHS Lindley Library imagery is perfect for this enchanting collection, which, we are sure, will attract a large number of lovers of elegant giftware, both online and at retail.”
RHS licensing manager Cathy Snow added: “The Present Company is widely known and highly regarded for being passionate about keeping alive traditional methods – and this wonderful RHS collection is a perfect example of the excellence of its work.”