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Churchill Stonecast

Over the last few years, there has been a huge swing in the coffee/restaurant industry towards coloured crockery. Ranges like Steelite Craft, Bevande, Genware Colours and Porcelite Seasons have become the biggest sellers.

One of the front runners in this new breed is a range that has roots in the history of British Pottery. The Churchill Stonecast range has been around for the last couple of years; slowly growing its range of crockery into one of the most comprehensive on the market. However, the design was revived by Churchill in recent years after a design which dated back to the James Broadhurst and Sons factory in the mid-1800s.

Its heritage and rustic style have made the Churchill Stonecast range a firm favourite with restaurants, cafés and coffee shops alike; its hand decorated design and well-chosen colour palette bringing a touch of class and rustic style to any table.

The standard colours – Barley White, Peppercorn Grey, Duck Egg Blue and Spiced Orange – all come with a superb selection of cups & mugs, teapots, bowls and dinner plates which are all available individually, with no minimum order quantities and with split boxes available. Mix and match or furnish your whole tableware offering in a single colour. The choice is yours.

We also provide more colour options in the form of Churchill Stonecast Box Quantity options. Aside from the standard Duck Egg Blue, Spiced Orange, Peppercorn Grey and Barley White options, you can also get box quantities of Vintage Copper, Iron Black, Burnished Green, Berry Red or Cornflower Blue colours; to name but a few.

Each of these Box Quantity ranges come in boxes of 6 or 12, and benefit from a 20% price discount on the cost of the items individually but are limited to plain items only.

With huge stock levels, no minimum order quantities, split boxes available and custom branding in our own on-site printing, hand-decorating and kiln areas, you can have confidence in the Churchill Stonecast range from


The Coffeecups Team.

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