The original Kilner Jar is as much-loved and successful now as it was over 178 years ago. Its long-lasting popularity is owed to its distinctive pressure seal and iconic design. A surge in popularity for canning home-grown fruit and vegetables and storing food in jars rather than plastic for both its health and environmental benefits has catapulted Kilner into the limelight in recent times. Now, not only is it an essential for the kitchen, it has become a statement of style throughout the home.
Mason Cash has been producing mixing bowls since the 1800’s and their iconic Mason Cash Mixing Bowl has endured the test of time. Their origins can be traced back to a pottery operating in the heart of the British ceramic industry in 1800. Rooted in English heritage, their products are often fondly regarded as essential and much used items passed down through generations. Alongside more traditional products Mason Cash also offers a selection of items with innovative or contemporary twists.
Full of charm and character, Price & Kensington teapots encompass time-honored style and versatility. It all began in the early 19th Century in Burslem, England, when the innovative Price Brothers founded an earthenware company. They soon became known for their distinctive designs and developed a bond with Kensington Potteries who specialized in novelty teapots. The two merged in 1962 to become Price & Kensington. Rich in heritage and passionate about teapots, the brand continues to flourish.
From well-crafted scales and colorful well-proportioned storage jars with a vintage feel and high quality woks, Typhoon is focused on bringing great designs to life in the kitchen. Their journey began in 1989 from humble roots as a small British company specializing in Asian cookware. They quickly became a globally renowned brand and now have their own talented designers and have expanded into fashion-led homewares with kitchen storage and accessories.
With over a century of flatware manufacturing experience, Viners is a highly distinguished, trusted and much-loved brand, steeped in British heritage. Viners dates back to 1908 in Sheffield, England and grew from a small silverware specialist to the biggest silver, silver-plated and stainless steel kitchenware producer in the UK. The brand now offers shapes and patterns from contemporary to classic dining ranges which feel comfortable in the hand and are practical to use.