Our artists will create a custom dinnerware design that reflects your passion, your interests, your heritage, or a defining moment in your life. From the artful simplicity of a contemporary monogram to the complexity of your family’s coat-of-arms, we’ll execute your custom china design in fine detail. The possibilities for you uniquely personal china are limited only by your imagination!
Scroll down to see a few pieces from custom china sets we have designed over the last twenty years.
See our choices of blank dinnerware on which you may choose to have your design.
You may purchase as few as 8 pieces; choose dinner plates, dessert plates or cups and saucers–
we’ll even let you mix and match!
This charger was designed for the U.S. Chief of Naval Operations for use in his personal dining room.
A family asked us to create custom dinnerware shown below using antique engravings of vegetables. The engravings had been used for advertising vegetable seeds by their grandfather’s hardware store.
Our English ceramist, who spent decades in the great potteries of England, will handpaint your treasured estate, cherished florals, or other scenes. Each piece will reflect the nuances of individually handpainted pieces.
This appetizer plate commemorated an extended trip to historical cities of Europe. The beautiful line art shown here was submitted by our client. Our artisans hand-applied the lineart transfer (printed in-house by our printer), kiln-fired the plate, handpainted each piece and then kiln-fired it a second time.
MONOGRAMS Done your way
Choose the elegance of 22k gold monogram for your custom dinnerware, perhaps give it a contemporary flair with a single initial. Or go out on the edge and choose an unusual shape combined with the flair of a bold, tone-on-tone monogram. Whatever your selection, your custom china design will be precisely executed and kiln-fired to more than 1400 degrees.
From the rich heritage of traditional coats-of-arms to bold, contemporary interpretations of this extraordinary genre, we’ll create statement-making dinnerware that will become heirlooms for the generations to come.