As Robert Copeland said so eloquently said 'even a piece of white bread and butter is more attractive on a blue printed plate'. Robert Copeland was talking about Spode Blue Italian, but whether you choose a traditional dinner set or something more contemporary your food will definitely look at its best.
Your perfect set of blue crockery could be a handcrafted set made in Stoke on Trent or a contemporary European design here are two of our favourites.
Blue Asiatic Pheasants by Burleigh a timeless design which is still made using the original tissue transfer technique from the 1800s.
Blue Ming made by Vista Alegre in Portugal and designed by the prize-winning Dutch designer Marcel Wanders, who has reinterpreted the century-old tradition of Delft Blue porcelain.