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The factory now turns out over 25,000 pieces of hand-decorated pottery a week.But despite her enthusiasm and self-belief, from the outset the hard graft was unrelenting.Margaret, 17, and Michael, 14, are boarders at Bedales, where Emma’s father and Matthew both went.‘I hope the children all go on to do their own thing,’ says Emma softly.
Hand- made and hand-decorated at the Emma Bridgewater factory in Stoke-on-Trent.
All profit will be donated to the RAF100 Appeal* charity for every mug sold.
Mum’s lemon drizzle cake presented on a lovely old-fashioned china stand.
‘Mum made life for us as lovely and lively as she possibly could; we were the centre of her universe and our kitchen was the focus.
So when I left home to go to university, giving her cups and saucers was a way of saying, “Let’s sit down and make time to have a cup of tea together and enjoy the simple pleasures in life.” That’s still the philosophy at the heart of my business; I think that’s why people love our products with such an intensity.’When William Morris, the pre-eminent arts and crafts designer, opined back in the late 19th century, ‘Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful’, he might have been summing up Emma’s ethos.