William Kilburn


Design inspired by Willam Kilburn (1745-1818) - Illustrator and fabric designer in the 18th Century. His patterns achieved a level of detail and richness unequalled among his competitors.
Dog Collection

by Joanne T Kell

Working in pencil Joanne has  produced 12 of the most popular breeds of dog for reproduction on a 'Trent' style fine china mug. A full description of the breed appears on the reverse of the mug and is presented in its own individual box.

Wildlife Collection

by Joanne T Kell

A Wildlife Artist living in Holmfirth, West Yorkshire, on the edge of the Peak District – has always had a passion for nature and animals and began drawing at a very early age. Involved with local wildlife conservation and combined with interests and art to become a full time Wildlife Artist. Working in pencil, both colour and graphite and specialize in detail.

Blosson to Fruit

by Anna Knights/Mason

A UK-based botanical artist, known for my vibrant, watercolour paintings. Often created at a large scale, they're a modern take on botanical art.


The Ashmolean Museum is Britain’s first public museum and opened its doors on 24th May 1683. Based on the collection of Elias Ashmole given to the University of Oxford, it has expanded to include collections of Antiquities, Coins, Western and Eastern Art. This extraordinarily diverse range of objects dating from 8000 BC to the present makes it one of the world’s great museums of art and archaeology.