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Hosting a party at Christmas is an artform, and we’re somewhat experts when it comes to celebrating in style. From the fine bone china dinnerware decked with the makings of a lavish feast, to the iconic Wedgwood blue boxes stacked beneath the Christmas tree, we’ve been an integral accoutrement to the festivities for nearly three centuries.
Every year, our limited-edition Wedgwood Advent Calendar sells out quickly,
with the lucky owners getting 24 days filled with Jasperware-inspired surprises.
Inspired by our iconic blue and white Jasperware, our ornaments are ready to hang from your Christmas tree, or can be used in unexpected and surprising ways to decorate your home for the holidays.
Our Wedgwood blue boxes are synonymous with Christmas, adding anticipation and excitement whenever our giftboxes appear beneath the tree.
Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY decorated 493 Wedgwood baubles by hand, producing a kaleidoscopic reimagined work of art. Glazed in the joyful color 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.
This year's collectable Snowglobe features a traditional festive scene, inspired by our iconic blue and white Jasperware. Two figures wander past snow-covered trees against the backdrop of a typical Georgian townhouse.
Add a subtle touch of colour to your festivities with our pink Jasperware-inspired Christmas ornaments. Ready to hang with a white satin ribbon, these pink ornaments come in three traditional designs – only available online at Wedgwood.com
Crisp white snow, fir trees and mistletoe transform your Christmas table into a festive snowscape. Featuring woodcut-style motifs and a platinum border, the Winter White collection adds decadence to your Christmas celebrations.
From the wildly different Wonderlust and Wild Strawberry, to the more traditional Winter White collection, Wedgwood teaware has been a staple of Christmas for nearly three centuries.