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In the middle of the 18th century, Queen Charlotte made the drinking of tea using Wedgwood teaware fashionable among the world’s Royal households. Her love of our teaware led to Josiah Wedgwood being granted permission to style himself ‘Potter to Her Majesty’. Soon after, Catherine the Great of Russia herself ordered a Wedgwood service for fifty people (that’s 944 pieces!) which included hand-painted pieces decorated with scenes of English gardens and countryside.Over 200 years later, we continue to craft teaware collections that celebrate the most English of traditions, tea drinking. Not only do we design artistic patterns that draw inspiration from our rich heritage, but in the spirit of Josiah Wedgwood and his passion for design innovation, we have created modern classics ideal for mixing and matching at home to create an eclectic décor unique to you.