Jasper Conran By Wedgwood

 
Indulge in everyday luxury and explore the signature style credentials of a modern yet classic designer with the Jasper Conran White Collection. Marking the beginning of his work with Wedgwood, this compilation of pieces comes in the purest of white resulting in minimalist style at its finest. These iconic pieces have been designed for everyday use; be that a breakfast in bed, a light lunch with friends or easy dinner in the evening with minimal fuss. Dress up and accessorise this versatile tableware to your hearts content or leave clean and simple for a stunning glossy finish. If you’re seeking a grander statement, layer up with the Jasper Conran Platinum Collection for bold lines of platinum detailing or add a Midas touch with Jasper Conran Gold accent plates. Introduced: 2001 | Material: Bone China | Banding: None | Microwave Safe: Yes | Dishwasher Safe: Yes

Jasper Conran by Wedgwood at Millys Store

Every precious piece of Wedgwood is something to be treasured and handed down. Like any legacy, caring for your products will keep them in pristine condition so that they can inspire future generations. Below is a guide to help you keep your Wedgwood as wonderful as the day you ordered it.

 

Bone China Dinnerware
 
Not ovenproof.
Can be warmed to 100°c.
Do not expose to direct heat from a naked flame or to rapid changes of temperature.
Not microwave safe if precious metal decoration.
Not freezer safe.
Use napkins to separate items when storing to prevent scratching.
Stains in tea cups or tea pots can be removed with a cleaning solution e.g. baby utensil sterilising solution. Always wash and rinse thoroughly before use.
Grey marks can be removed using cleansers specifically designed for the removal of metal marks from ceramic products e.g. Barkeepers Friend.
Abrasive materials must not be used when cleaning.
Items marked dishwasher safe can be washed in a dishwasher using recommended detergents (see WWRD’s ‘Approved Dishwasher Detergent List’).
Please remove any barcode labels before the ware is placed in a dishwasher, as the heat from the drying stage makes removal of the label more difficult.
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