The Original Suffolk Collection - Utensil Holder - Slate Grey - Made in England - 11cm x 15cm
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Add a splash of colour to your kitchen worktop while keeping all of your valuable kitchen utensils within easy reach.
- Keep your kitchen organised whilst you cook or bake. Keep all your useful cooking tools within easy arms reach.
- Made in the UK from high quality Staffordshire Clay.We promise to replace your product Free of charge if it arrives in an unsatisfactory condition.
- All of our utensil holders are manufactured to a high standard and are built to last, they are also designed to complement both traditional and contemporary kitchens.
- All come with 5 year Craftsmanship Guarantee, All manufactured and sold by a Trusted 7th Generation family business manufacturing pottery since 1800.
- Available as tea, coffee, sugar, utensil holder & garlic keeper.
- DIMENSIONS (each jar): 11 cm in diameter X 15 cm in height.
Quality manufactured in the UK, all of our UK made products are made using the finest quality clays from Stoke-On-Trent.
Why Buy From Us?
- High Quality hands on craftmanship, Made in the UK,
- 5 Year workmanship promise,
- Hassel free replacement if your product arrives broken,
- Over 200 years and seven Generations of manufacturing experience,
- Buying direct from the manufacturer passing the savings onto you.
The Production Process
200 plus years of manufacturing experience has enabled us to get quite good at the manufacturing process. This doesn't mean we let robots mass produce rubbish, we still firmly believe in a hands on approach, after all clay is a natural product and each piece is unique. To make our jars there are between twelve and seventeen stages and in every stage the pot is handled, this gives our craftsmen a chance to inspect at every opportunity ensuring poor quality is put back into the manufacturing process reducing waste.
(To the right the largest pot produced at Henry Watson's Potteries, note the wagon wheel used to turn the pot by foot power).
A Family Tradition You Can Trust
Henry Watson 1848 - 1929 (3rd Generation)
In 1876 Henry amended the company name to Henry and Joseph Watson, Joseph being Henry's older brother. Together they developed the retail and wholesale outlets. In 1896 the company was registered as '' Earthenware, terracotta rustic ware, china and glass merchants. The company only became Henry Watson's Potteries Ltd in 1942.
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