Sprig by Donna Wilson for SCP



London designer Donna Wilson will launch a collection of bone china for British brand SCP at Maison & Objet in Paris this week.


Called Sprig, the range includes a teacup and saucer, mug, jug, side plate, and a salad bowl.


See more from SCP's 2009 collection in our previous story.


Here's some more information from SCP:


SCP and Donna Wilson will launch Sprig, their first collection of decorative bone china at Maison & Objet this week.


The range has been designed by Donna Wilson and features her inventive, original and decorative artwork.


Produced in Stoke on Trent with china clay sourced from St Austell in Cornwall, Sprig continues SCP’s strong tradition of British made products.


Pieces will include a mug, teacup and saucer, jug, side plate and a salad bowl.


Sprig will be exhibited at Maison & Objet alongside a selection of products from SCP's 2009 collection, including: the SCP Boxed Collection, the Nos Da blankets and cushions, the Mabel sofa and Frank Henry and Ernest pouffes by Donna Wilson, the Cedric desk by Kay+Stemmer and the Oscar sofa by Matthew Hilton.




Posted on Wednesday September 2nd 2009 at 11:05 am by . Copyright policy | Comments policy

  • bodkin

    it reminds me of the magic roundabout

  • sp

    This looks very 1950s Midwinter/Rorstrand ceramics. Love the fluro orange colour though.

  • Delightful! They look much like the dishes my mother had in the ’60s. Very nice.

  • horrible haridas

    nice products. bad bad pictures.


    How delightful. I do enjoy the interchangeable icon for the leaf and the tree. Its sparks thought relating to their “oneness”.

  • This is really nice.

    Especially the green tea cup. Pow!

  • yrag

    “This looks very 1950s Midwinter/Rorstrand ceramics. ” —sp:

    VERY 50s. Not a complement.

    I actually clicked on the link because I was curious why deezen was featuring the image of a cheap paper plate.

    Then I noticed the gloss.

    That’s china? Whoops. Sorry. My mistake.

  • j

    love that green teacup!