Featured Pattern - June 2002
Welbeck by Royal Winton
"Simple, floral elegance" is the best phrase to use when describing
beautiful, multi-colored chintz patterns. The word "chintz" is derived from the Indian word "chint," meaning broad, brightly printed fabric. Chintz designs first became known to the western world via cotton fabrics
made famous by East Indian traders. The chintz design on dinnerware is transferred to ceramics via lithographic tissue paper. The ceramic piece is glazed, then heated to set the design. A superb example of this complex design application process is Royal Winton's
Fun, colorful, floral sprays are packed tightly together, contrasting with a pale yellow background to create one of the most beautiful summer patterns imaginable. Royal Winton, a master of chintz artwork, has spared no detail on this newer version of
Welbeck. For beauty that is timeless, cheery, and whimsical, consider
Welbeck by Royal Winton. You will not be disappointed!
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