Gifts Today magazine

Burleigh to exhibit at Ideal Home Show

For the first time, quintessentially British brand Burleigh will be presenting its iconic pottery at the Ideal Home Show at Olympia, London

For the first time, Burleigh will be exhibiting its iconic pottery at the Ideal Home Show, at Olympia, London, on Stand Number L828 from 20th March to 6th April. To try Burleigh in an elegant setting you don’t have to walk far - afternoon tea is served on Burleigh in the Grand Hall Tea Room next door to the Burleigh Stand!

Sebastian Lazell, Managing Director of Burleigh comments: "This is the perfect high profile opportunity to bring the Burleigh brand to the attention of many consumers attending the show over its 18 days. Apart from being seen on TV cookery programmes such as ‘Mary Berry Cooks’ and ‘Paul Hollywood’s Pies & Puds’ and in some of London’s most prestigious restaurants, this will be the biggest consumer audience to interact with Burleigh for many years. This can only be good for demand for Burleigh’s
products and positive news for employees of the rejuvenated pottery."

On the Burleigh stand are patterns which have graced elegant dining tables for over 160 years such as ‘Asiatic Pheasants’ but also there is the new
‘Coronation Meadows Collection’, produced in collaboration with Highgrove. Inspired by HRH The Prince of Wales’s Coronation Meadows project, which
aims to establish wildflower meadows across the UK, this fresh new tableware collection can be seen in Fortnum & Mason, The Highgrove Shop and
Mulberry Hall.

Creating quintessential English tea ware, Burleigh’s new range of two and three tier Cake Stands fit perfectly with the resurgence in popularity of
afternoon tea and the trend for home baking and will be in use in the Grand Hall Tea Room.

Burleigh’s handcrafted tableware has been proudly made in England since 1851 and is the last commercial pottery producing its wares using
traditional tissue-printing techniques.

Middleport Pottery, the home of Burleigh, has been carefully restored by The Prince’s Regeneration Trust and is now both a working pottery, which
exports its wares all over the world, and a fascinating place to visit.

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