A radical take on Wedgwood Christmas

Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY decorated 493 Wedgwood baubles by hand, producing a kaleidoscopic reimagined work of art. Glazed in the joyful colour palette of LOVERBOY, each bauble was then refired in a kiln to make the coloured glaze permanent. With each item being hand-painted, no two pieces are alike, meaning each bauble is a one-of-a-kind work of art.

Each bauble a one-of-a-kind work of art

In the depths of the Wedgwood factory in Stoke-on-Trent, Charles Jeffrey hand applied a vibrant mix of colourful glazes to the upcycled Jasperware-inspired baubles.

A kaleidoscopic
reimagined work of art

Reimagined in the joyful colour palette of LOVERBOY, each bauble is refired to make the splashes of coloured glaze permanent.

A unique limited-edition gift

With only 493 baubles decorated, and each hand-applied paint splash pattern being unique, you are giving the gift of a one-of-a-kind piece of art.

A Creative Hub for Artists

The first collaborator at Wedgwood under our new vision, establishing a Creative Hub for Artists of trailblazers, innovators and industry disrupters to freely express themselves through Wedgwood.

Where it all began

Dressed in sleek LOVERBOY suits and donning edgy, black modish hairstyles, the band arrived at the Wedgwood factory to launch our radical first collaboration.