Mulberry and Wedgwood create fashionable porcelain for London Fashion Week

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Invited guests at this season’s Spring-Summer 2014 runway show got an added treat with their invitations: beautiful matte Jasperware tea-cups and saucers in five different colors, all presented inside stunning embossed boxes. 

This two-minute video released by the brand, and titled “Tea Time with Wedgwood,” shows the delicate and skilled manufacturing process that went into making the specially branded fine china. 

Founded in 1759 in Stoke-on-Trent, England, Wedgwood is one of Europe’s oldest and most renowned pottery companies, and developed many of the techniques modern porcelain makers take for granted. 

Mulberry is well known for its bespoke invitations. Items sent with tickets to the brand’s previous shows include watercolor sets, gold keys, and an ice-cream sandwich-shaped music box


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