Royal Porcelain is a world-class manufacturer of quality tableware for retail, corporate and hospitality use.
Royal Porcelain will outlast all other house brands sold in New Zealand and will match the life of the best European brands, usually at less than half the price. They make 'A' grade products at a 'B' price, and are contract manufacturers for many of the European prestige brands.
Their ranges are retailed through specialist & department stores throughout Europe, UK, USA, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Thailand under both the Royal Porcelain Brand and other consumer brands.
Royal Porcelain's high-quality hardened ceramic tableware is the result of special attention to the production process, beginning with the selection of fine raw materials, through to modern and thorough processes and superior craftsmanship. They will not compromise quality for a lower price point because quality always lasts longer and is cheaper in the long run, and better on the environment, because it is made less often.
Hudson and Middleton is one of the few remaining fine bone china manufacturers based in the heart of the Potteries in Stoke on Trent, England. Founded in 1875, they are not only one of the oldest potteries in England, but also almost unique in still operating from there original Grade II listed building.
Combining traditional skills with the best of modern technology, each fine bone china mug is manufactured to the highest possible standards by their knowledgeable and highly talented crafts people, many of whom have been with the company for over 20 years.
Working closely with exciting design talent, Hudson and Middleton has brought together an extensive range of fine bone china mugs to use in everyday life. Each mug is unique in shape and design to the company, and is the perfect gift for that special person or as a little treat for yourself.
Anke van der Endt, a graduate of the Design Academy Eindhoven, established the Dutch brand Pip Studio in 2006. The company specialises in the design and development of lifestyle products. Pip is the alter ego of the brand's founder.
The brand experience is based on Pip's own experiences. Each year's products revolve around a new event that has inspired Pip, which in turn serves as the theme for the collections.
Pip appeals to a very large target group. The success of Pip Studio is based on the studio's strong design sense, which appeals to an international audience.
The designs are characterised by rich and layered designs, with a recognisable colour palette. Detailing is as important as quality. A great deal of attention is also devoted to the finishing touches of the products. Pip Studio products are now available in more than 40 countries at better department stores and a wonderful range of retailers.
All the professional partners with whom Pip Studio works for production, distribution, marketing and sales contribute to the brand's success. Quality House is the exclusive partner of Pip Studio for the tableware, kitchen and table textiles and stationary accessories in New Zealand.