Gifts Today magazine

The Present Company launches RHS china giftware

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has announced a licensing agreement with fine bone china specialist the Present Company

Fine bone china specialist The Present Company has announced a licensing agreement with The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) and will produce a collection of RHS china giftware.

The RHS Lindley Library holds the world’s finest collection of botanical art containing more than 25,000 superb images. RHS Enterprises Limited uses this artwork collection and RHS gardening expertise to create and endorse inspirational products

The gift collection comprises a range of sizes of Churn Jugs; a Tea for One Set; a Cappuccino Coffee Cup and Saucer; a Huga Mug and Tray; a two-tiered Cake Plate; and an adaptable Gateau Plate/Cheese Platter. All the items in the collection will be illustrated with specially selected images from the RHS Lindley Library, the world’s finest collection of botanical art, and the phrase When the flowers bloom, the bees come uninvited.

The collection launched in mid-October at The Wisley Shop at RHS Garden Wisley, Surrey and has already made an appearance on the Present Company website www.presentcompanyltd.co.uk. In the coming months it will be on sale at garden centres, gift shops and independent retail outlets, where it is expected to enjoy a positive response from Present Company’s customers and RHS members alike.

The Present Company is a small family-run concern producing handcrafted fine bone china from the heart of Staffordshire. Its elegant designs sit in some of the finest homes and hotels in the world.

Pauline Harvey, director, The Present Company (London) Ltd, says: “The beautiful RHS Lindley Library imagery is perfect for this enchanting collection, which, we are sure, will attract a large number of lovers of elegant giftware both online and at retail.”

Cathy Snow, RHS Licensing Manager, says: “The Present Company is widely known and highly regarded for being passionate about keeping alive traditional methods, and this wonderful RHS collection is a perfect example of the excellence of its work.”



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