Bone China

It was around 1748 in England that a man named Thomas Frye discovered that by adding calcined cattle bone ash to white clay it would make it very white, strong and translucent. Britain has been the epicentre of this process of making fine porcelain ever since and everything from crockery to figurines has been lovingly fired and rendered on these shores.

The British love to drink tea, this is no secret, and what finer way to enjoy a cup of this refreshing beverage than from a proper tea service made from the finest bone china. It encourages one to truly appreciate this British ritual and encourages one to drink in a much more refined manner when afternoon tea is served from a fine bone china tea set.

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