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Fine ceramics are part of Worcestershire’s heritage and identity - having been so for more than 250 years - and Bronte is proud to continue that tradition of ceramics distinction. Every exclusive piece of Bronte fine bone china is crafted and decorated by hand, calling on the considerable talents of local artists, craftspeople and creative specialists.

In an exciting new chapter, Bronte will feature in the artistic showcase at the Royal Porcelain Works, situated in the heart of historic Worcester, at the factory site originally founded by Robert Chamberlain in 1788. The Royal Porcelain Works is currently under going a major redevelopment by the Bransford Trust, to create a new centre for the arts.

The vibrant new development includes the Henry Sandon Hall - a brand new venue featuring live events including music, film, talks and antiques fairs – as well as a fantastic café and delicatessen; the Nest, Worcester. There will also be Studio and Gallery spaces, with pieces by Bronte and other craftspeople on display, as well as Bronte artists demonstrating their talents for decoration and ceramic repair; allowing the public to meet and watch them at work.

The Royal Porcelain Works is due to open in June 2018, and more information on the development is available at www.royalporcelainworks.co.uk. In the meantime if you wish to discuss a repair or commission, or require any information on our products or services, please email enquiries@bronte-porcelain.com.