Hazle Ceramics have been quick off the mark in releasing a a Limited release painting to celebrate the birth of Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana and aptly named Princess Charlotte’s Shop. When Prince George was born Hazle Ceramics also released a Limited Painting for the event and this edition looks like […]
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To celebrate Prince George’s his first birthday Hazle Ceramics are launching a New Limited Painting entitled ‘Prince George’s Birthday Shop’ which is painted on their Sally Lunn building (which was built in 1482). The windows are filled with presents, bunting, cake and of course a birthday banner. There will be 66 […]
Hazle Ceramics have announced the release of two new Limited Paintings based on their Penhaligon’s building. The first new release is ‘Fifteen’ and is based on Jamie Oliver’s restaurant. This edition is limited to just 15 models. The second new release is the ‘Penhaligon’s’ building and is limited to 30 […]
Hazle Ceramics are gearing up for Christmas with the release of ‘Coming home for Christmas’ a Limited Painting of just 60 models. This enchanting piece is priced at £79.95. About Hazle Ceramics Coming Home for Christmas Christmas is on it’s way once again, and this year we present a Limited Painting based […]
Saturday 18th March Hazle Ceramics will be launching their new
ceramic based on the 18th Century shop Floris.
A special event
was held recently at Talents of Windsor to celebrate the 15th
Anniversary of Hazle Ceramics. Antiques celebrity and fan of Hazle
Cermics Eric Knowles was in attendance.
The Crooked House in Lavenham, Suffolk is the latest
release from Hazle Ceramics.
Corner is the latest exclusive available through the World Collectors
Net. The piece was recently previewed at the 15th Anniversary
Hazle Ceramics Collectors Day in January, and is now available
for purchase exclusively through World Collectors Net.
Ceramics will be holding its 15th Anniversary Collectors Day on
Sunday the 16th January.
Crooked House Tea Rooms, also known as Market Cross House, was
built in Windsor, England in 1687 as part the Butchers’ Shambles
is the latest release from Hazle Ceramics.