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Henry Watson Pottery Your Source For Kitchen Storage
A source for pottery kitchen storage (http://www.hollandhouseware.co.uk/articles/) and spice sets (http://www.hollandhouseware.co.uk/articles/) is Henry Watson Pottery (http://www.hollandhouseware.co.uk/articles/), located in Suffolk, England. The family company has been making well-made pottery for the kitchen since the 1800s. The pottery is made without lead and has no decorating or glazes and so is well made for the storage of herbs and food.
The Pottery traces generations of family history from the 1700's. Setting themselves apart from most of the high speed and flashy denizens of internet commerce sites the "About Us" page of the web site consists of a family tree. It stretches through time from Robert Watson in 1787, Tomas in 1850, Adam (husband of Charlotte) in 1878, Henry in 1929, Frederick in 1976, followed by Michael, Jeremy, Adam, and George. Their success is attributed to this unbroken succession of family in the business.
The Henry Watson Pottery ranges are divided among the original terra cotta and "funky" glazes of the "Suffolk Collection" and "Charlotte Watson's Country Collection" in cream or black. Self-described "funky" glaze colors include Butter milk, blue, pink, and green. Most pottery is gift boxed.
The Charlotte Watson Set of Pottery fulfills a number of kitchen requirements. The Pottery crafts such varied objects as dishes for butter with lids, mustard pots, drink pitchers, egg holders, in addition to roast racks. The Watson Collection expands to extremely chic black glazed items like sugar, coffee bean, and tea containers, bread boxes, and square pasta jars. The Black glazed Watson Pottery group is also comprised of containers for salt, garlic, and kitchen tools. A conventional biscuit container, tea kettle and sugar bowl, is available as well. It is even possible for one to eat and drink from identical black glazed cup/stein, dish/saucer, and breakfast bowls.
The rustic simplicity and traditional products of traditional kitchenware complement the clean lines of modern kitchen appliances and cabinetry perfectly. The kitchenware fits into even the most luxurious modern designer kitchens perfectly. The combination of quality materials and basic shapes with timeless glazes allow the pottery to fit into your modern home well.
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