Bone China Cup and Saucer - "Collidoskope" Collage Print
HOUSE OF HOPSTOCK
We love House of Hopstock's big personality! Bold colours and interesting prints with a story behind each one. The Collidoskope pattern is a collage of the designer's previous prints inspired by a London exhibition. Read more below.
Mesmerising collage print china cup and saucer. Our brand new collage print fine bone china cup and saucer ‘Collidoskope’ in an opulent and bold colour combination, both abstract and figurative at the same time.
- Fine bone china with 22ct gold detailing
- Dishwashes ‘safe’ up to 300 washes. Hand wash to best preserve gold.
- Cup has 220ml capacity (filled to 1cm from the rim)
- Cup is 8.5cm wide, 6.5cm tall
- Saucer is 12cm across
- Microwave safe
- Designed and made in the UK
Inspiration for the print ‘Collidoskope’:
Collidoskope came about after years of being fascinated by the art of collage as well as the brilliant invention that is the kaleidoscope. The print started developing when a burst of inspiration entered in the form of Lee Krasner’s exhibition at the London Barbican gallery. Her pioneering, breathtaking work and iconic strength and resolve was palpable. As a result a burst of creativity entered the studio, and in turn the print was born.
The House of Hopstock interpretation of collage is a culmination of their first four prints. Shangri La, Rare Bird, Deadly Bloom and Fatal Attraction. They took apart all their elements, broken them up, played with scale and placement, and put it all back together in a collage – koleidoskope style composition. It is playful, strong, rich and opulent. Furthermore it is an homage to all female artists who dared and dare to oppose their status quo.
House of Hopstock uses a lot of the same colours in all their china products, which makes it easier for you to mix and match!
ABOUT THE DESIGNER
Aase Hopstock is a Norwegian-born artist who has lived in London for 16 years. Having told aesthetic tales through stage costumes, her own footwear brand, as well as numerous published illustrated works, she developed an interest in the stories that drive people’s personal sense of colour and style. In 2018, House of Hopstock was launched as her own illustrated universe, full of prints, vibrancy and colour.
The brand offers velvet cushions, fine bone china with 22ct gold detailing, kitchen textiles, wallpaper, fine art prints, as well as beauty bags and lavender-filled eye masks. Great value is placed on the ideas of quality, sustainability, and permanence with entire production chain is based in the UK.