Sprig by Donna Wilson for SCP

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

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

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

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Here's some more information from SCP:

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

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

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

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

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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.

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  • bodkin

    it reminds me of the magic roundabout

  • sp

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

  • http://www.unruly.ca Katy McDevitt

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

  • horrible haridas

    nice products. bad bad pictures.

  • NICO ROLA

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

  • http://www.asdfghjkl.com asdfghjkl

    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!