HINCHCLIFFE & BARBER CERAMICS: PRODUCTION PROCESS

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. From this...

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…

PROCESS

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