Wedgwood Bouillon Cup Edme 0.3 Litre
Wedgwood Mug with Handle Edme In the morning you can enjoy a Mug of coffee or a Mug of tea in peace with the Mug with handle Edme from the Wedgwood brand. The Edme tableware from the Wedgwood brand is modest and yet very elegant. Wedgwood has many different sets with the Edme set as the best-known set. The Edme collection is often described as the "crème-coloured set with a rib". The Edme collection is made of stoneware, which provides extra strength and an elegant classic look! Buy the Wedgwood Mug With Ear Edme at Cookinglife! The Wedgwood Edme tableware is a real classic when you put the tableware on the table, it will be an immediate eye-catcher. Your guests will be delighted! The dishes are dishwasher and microwave safe. Buy Wedgwood Edme tableware Wedgwood Edme () was designed in the early 20th century by John Goodwin and is based on a motif from the original Wedgwood archives from the 18th century. The service has vertical ridges, and some large parts are decorated with ornamental ram's heads. Wedgwood has had this tableware series in the collection since 1908. Is this not quite what you are looking for? View our entire range here in Mugs and mugs () or view the entire range of the brand Wedgwood. ()Frank
Drinking from a classic mugThis cup from Wedgwood is made of earthenware and suitable for drinking tea, coffee or milk. The cup is equipped with a handy handle , so you can not burn your hands to the hot drinks. This cup stands out because of the vertical columns in relief. These 'ribs' are characteristic of the Edm service of Wedgwood. You can simply clean the cup in the dishwasher. Wedgwood Edme Josiah Wedgwood 'the father of the English potters' founded Wedgwood in 1759. The Edme series by Wedgwood was designed in 1908 by John Goodwin. This classic service is the most famous Wedgwood service there is. Edme is really 'Queen's Ware'. The goods are understood to be suitable for the queen. Wedgwood obtained the right to use this honorary title from the British Queen Charlotte in 1766.