As the official distributor of Hinchcliffe & Barber Home and Giftware, we were recently lucky enough to visit Royal Stafford in Stoke-on-Trent to see the production process behind our ceramic products.
It was fascinating to see all the stages involved in making our mugs and it is great to see so much of it is still done by hand – ensuring quality all the way! The Shape of our Hinchcliffe & Barber mugs are unique, and needed a special ‘mould’ making. Below is a brief step-by-step guide to how our ‘Songbird’ mug has been produced…
Be sure to check out our Gull Collection available in a Steamer store near you! Brilliant display, thanks for sharing!
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The new edition of the Gift Focus magazine is out. Featuring a preview of our beautiful Dorset Delft range (page 62).
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Also can you spot our popular Songbird Grey Jug? Keep an eye out!
Hinchcliffe & Barber Mugs
Election day is here! Which Hinchcliffe & Barber mug would you vote for?
– Songbird Grey
– Dorset delft
– True Blue
– Blue Gull
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Late post! spotted our beautiful Songbird Grey Mug and Tea Towel featured on Country Homes and Interiors Instagram page. Loving the picture guys, thank you for sharing!
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Our Songbird Grey range fits perfectly into household. The creamy tones of the ceramic and neutral greys of the design blend in perfectly with any backdrop adding a unique touch to your home.
Thanks to the Hinchcliffe & Barber clients for sharing.
Thank you for these lovely pics provided by the
Bay Tree Home store, Cathedral Lane in Truro. If you are in the area be sure to pop in and view our stunning Hinchcliffe & Barber collection.
Our Hinchcliffe & Barber True Blue and Sailing mugs were spotted sightseeing and even catching a tan in St. Ives, Cornwall.
If you are located in the area, be sure to check out their store:
Check out our ‘Gift Of The Year’ feature in this months Giftware Review Home & Interiors Magazine Mar/Apr 2015 issue.
A tad late with posting this one! Featured in the Garden Centre Buyer Feb/Mar 2015 issue.
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