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Inspired by Nancy Lancaster

Charlotte Moss has launched a new line of dinnerware for Pickard. The "Nancy" pattern, shown above, was inspired by legendary Virginia-born decorator, Nancy Lancaster, who spent her adult life in Brittan and came to be known as the mother of the layered English Country style. She and partner John Fowler were the creative force behind the famous design firm, Colefax and Fowler.

The Moss porcelain is now available online at A dinner plate costs $50.

Related past post and books:
Iconic Yellow Rooms
Nancy Lancaster: English Country House Style

BTW: Colefax and Fowler still keeps Lancaster's iconic yellow London room open to the public.


The Peak of Chic said...

I had been waiting to see pictures of the new line, so thanks for letting us know!

franki durbin said...

THis may be the first time I have found myself commenting on tabletop items. LOL! Gorgeous. And even though they may be English countryside inspired - they would fit in perfeclty in my mod interiors. The pattern is graphic in nature, and offers the symetry I enjoy.