The Lion and the Unicorn – Two new children’s set from Lush Designs

Lush Designs Melamins Lion plate 600      Lush Designs melamine unicorn plate

Dinner time will never be the same again with the two new sets of children’s tableware from Lush Designs – the Unicorn and the Lion. Appealing marriage of fantasy and nature depicted on Melamine children’s tableware. Lion or Unicorn design child-sized plate, bowl and mug with lovely, detailed drawing in cheerful turquoise and orange. And it comes in a pretty gift box which makes it a great gift for tiny diners.

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Being made of Melamine makes it hardy in use and easy to clean. It is dishwasher safe. The plate measures 20 cm, the bowl 14 cm, and the mug 7cm . The boxed set retails at £18.00.

     Lush Designs melamine unicorn cup 600   Lush Designs melamine unicorn bowl 600

The sets are designed by Marie Rodgers and Maria Livings and are available at their website.

Note to editors:

Marie Rodgers and Maria Livings met at Art school and both live in South East London. They developed their home ware design business utilising their love of drawing and knowledge of printmaking. They apply their playful, narrative ideas to a large range of products which all bear their characteristic prints. They are constantly creating new products and exploring new media and processes, working with manufacturers and artisans as well as their own South East London studio.

Lush Designs visits South Korea

MarieandMariainthestudioAfter a very successful visit to Japan, by invitation of the UK Embassy, Lush Designs have again been invited to take part in promoting British Design in Asia, this time in South Korea. All their products are made in the UK.

Lush Designs is the creation of Marie Rodgers and Maria Livings. They design and manufacture home wares and gifts which feature lovely print designs. They studied painting and printmaking at Maidstone Art College and evolved their business while working in the theatre and community arts after moving to South East London.

This is what they had to say about their trips: “It was tremendously exciting to visit Japan, it were delighted that our designs were so well received, we now have a number of places in Japan that sell our products. We are really looking forward to the trip to South Korea and obviously hope for the same kind of success there”.

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