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Add a pop of playful colour to your daily routine with a Wonderlust Golden Parrot 20cm Plate. Inspired by the exotic colours of this beautiful Brazilian bird, the golden parrot features in a vibrant orange colourway on this fine bone china plate, with bright gold banding. Starters, sides or sweets, true luxury is about following your intuition. Bold in colour and pattern, this design will spark your imagination for collecting through story telling. Presented in our signature Wedgwood gift box.
These new Wonderlust patterns celebrate the brightest and most unusual flora and fauna found around the globe, designed to add a pop of inspiring colour and bold pattern to your table.
Inspired by curious creatures and the wonders of nature - encounter monkeys, parrots and leopards as you make your way through unexplored patterns bursting with life and brimming with secrets.
Delve a little closer into this wonderful world and spy elements of patterns inspired from the Wedgwood archive. Embracing idea from the past swirled with whimsy and imagination from today.
Quench your thirst for travel, adventure and wonder in one fell swoop when you sit down to tea with Wonderlust.
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Our expertly skilled in-house designer, Gwyn, drew inspiration from nature, botanicals and the Wedgwood archive to hand-draw these artistic patterns. Carefully adding creatures into these little worlds of wonder that evoke a feeling of discovery, so that every time you see the pattern something new pops out to greet you. Gwyn has been a Wedgwood designer for ten years, located at our home in Barlaston. She draws inspiration from colour, design and textile trends, while also maintaining the strong bond to our heritage through exploring the expansive Wedgwood archive.Read more about the story behind the Wonderlust patterns in the article.