Collection One - Palisade

Collection One is Burleigh's first ever collection. Crafted in the famous Middleport Pottery in Stoke-on-Trent, England, the new collection is created using Burleigh's timeless tissue transfer method, a traditional process that has been passed down through the generations. Collection One by Burleigh comprises of three wonderfully distinct designs each with its own story, created to be layered, matched and mixed in individual combinations that reflect each person's style.

Tea Plate - Burleigh, Ink Blue Palisade
7½"  19cm
EUR 15,50
incl. 19% tax excl. delivery
Starter Plate - Burleigh, Ink Blue Palisade
8½"  21.5cm
EUR 17,80
incl. 19% tax excl. delivery
Dinner Plate - Burleigh, Ink Blue Palisade
10½"  26.5cm
EUR 19,80
incl. 19% tax excl. delivery
Pasta Bowl - Burleigh, Ink Blue Palisade
9"  23cm
EUR 19,80
incl. 19% tax excl. delivery
Coffee Can and Saucer - Burleigh, Ink Blue Palisade
6 fl.oz.  175 ml
EUR 33,50
incl. 19% tax excl. delivery
Espresso Cup and Saucer - Burleigh, Ink Blue Palisade
2½ fl.oz  75ml
EUR 32,90
incl. 19% tax excl. delivery
Osbourne Mug - Burleigh, Ink Blue Palisade
½ Pint  300ml 
EUR 21,90
incl. 19% tax excl. delivery
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Burleigh has been decorating its wares with traditional tissue transfer since it began in 1851. Now that process is creating something new to go with something old. Collection One tells the story of a floral life cycle. From plant cell structure, to abundant blooms, to the industrious bee as it visits flower after flower.
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Designed by Christopher Dresser, an eminent Victorian designer and professor of botany. Dresser’s great innovation was in representing the beauty and symmetry of microscopic plant cell structures in his designs. The Palisade pattern was acquired by Burleigh in times past as a copper plate engraving and has remained in our archive ever since. When it was rediscovered the fine details were adapted into a more contemporary shape.


A modern Burleigh classic The Hibiscus pattern has become an important part of Burleigh’s current collection and can be seen in some of the world’s leading clubs, hotels and restaurants. The design has been highly popular since the beginning of the century, following the great floral tradition of Burleigh Pottery with a bold, all over cover of double hibiscus flowers and foliage.


Introducing the first new Burleigh design in a generation. Pollen is an unequivocally industrious and productive pattern. The geometric honeycomb backdrop is interspersed with bees, the great symbol of industry. The significance of this pattern is that the layout of each item differs and is asymmetrical, as the exact position of the pattern is in the hands of our skilled tissue transfer decorators. Each bee is placed according to the whim of the decorator, emphasising the hand decoration method and imbuing each piece with energy and personality.