Vera Wang @ Wedgwood

There's nothing more exciting than a collaboration between two designers. Just look at the partnership between Vera Wang and Wedgwood. In 1970, at the age of 23, Wang became the youngest Vogue fashion editor on record. Twenty years later, she launched a bridal boutique, taking the fashion industry by storm. In 2002, Wang paired her talent with Wedgwood's 260-year history of working with ceramics to create a breathtaking homeware range. 

Turn your celebrations up a notch with Vera Wang @ Wedgewood glassware. Crystal or silver-plated, gold-stemmed or cut glass, raise a toast with a set of delicate champagne flutes or sleek wine glasses. For those who enjoy their afternoon tea, opt for bone china teacups and saucers, with a fine china teapot. Inspired by Wang's passion for art, expect creative embellishments including botanical illustrations, golden borders and lace motif trims. 

Inspired by the natural patterns of unrefined marble, tableware pieces – ranging from serving plates to soup bowls – shine a spotlight on understated beauty. For those who love things that sparkle, turn to dazzling bone-white pieces adorned with platinum lace bands and floral illustrations. Whether you enjoy hosting or are looking to gift new homeowners, look to the Vera Wang @ Wedgwood flatware range. Crafted from premium stainless steel and finished with geometric embellishments, these cutlery sets bring glamour to everyday rituals.

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