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Batik Garden & Hummingbird Meadow join Noritake EPOCH Collection

Noritake Epoch range is proudly introducing two stunning new features to its collection. Batik Garden and Hummingbird Meadow are available as a 12-piece set for four – 21cm entrée plates, 27cm dinner plates and cereal/soup bowls, and as a set of four matching mugs.



Evoking lush foliage, nectar-rich florals and luminous green meadows, Hummingbird Meadow will take you on an exotic journey to perfect your tabletop fairytale. Noritake Hummingbird Meadow features a base of ivory white porcelain framed in a delicately curved baroque-shaped design, with verdant palm and broad-leafed lily frond, deep red blooms and vibrant cobalt blue Hummingbirds. Whilst the decoration is lush, the embossed shape body and crisp ivory white base ensures a beautiful presentation with an inviting finish. Hummingbird Meadow is ideal for both casual outdoor and fine dining entertainment. So, set it out in a stunning luxuriant garden backdrop or dress it up with coloured glassware and tell your story with Hummingbird Meadow.



Batik Garden is the aptly named porcelain dinnerware from Noritake that celebrates the ancient art of Batik with a lush ‘block’ print in shades of indigo and bronze. Each design features a vintage baroque-shaped edge rimmed with delicately painted leaves in complimentary shades of indigo and bronze on a soft ivory background. Batik Garden exudes a lovely coastal chic with its soft ivory background combining beautifully with natural design elements in relaxed colours of navy blue and tan. Batik Garden is perfectly matched with timber tabletops, coloured glassware and vintage cutlery. So, set it out on a rustic wooden table with nautical décor and natural fabrics to create a stylish and effortless tabletop.

Batik Garden and Hummingbird Meadow are ideal for everyday use and casual entertaining. Each design is chip resistant, microwave & dishwasher safe and beautifully giftboxed, a simple touch that will heighten every gift-giving occasion.

Blog by Kimberley Mahoney