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Chintz Where? Collection by Andrew Tanner

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Is chintz ever acceptable? It is when applied with a good dose of irony as with Andrew Tanner’s Chintz Where? Collection.

The collection is a collaboration between Andrew Tanner Designs and the Royal Winton Factory in Stoke. The collection comprises a cake stand, tea pot, sugar bowl, plates, cups and saucer, mug and creamer. Each one has the traditional British chintz pattern hidden somewhere on the piece, for example on the handle and underneath the mug. Prices range from £15 for the tea plate up to £69 for the teapot.

Visit Designed in England to see the whole collection.

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