Repeat Repeat have over 25 years experience of designing and manufacturing bone china working with many prestigious clients. We have a very flexible approach with bespoke projects - we can use or adapt existing artwork or create new artwork inhouse. We can work with very simple one colour projects, full colour process, precious metals and new ceramic shape development

Telephone: 01782 845870


Bespoke Projects Include:

The Orient Express

We were pleased to accept a commission to design and produce a bone china mug for the Orient Express.Inspired by the classic Art Nouveau styling of the marquetry interior of the Venice Simplon - Orient - Express train, we designed and produced a beautiful bone china mug with  relief patterns and embellished with matte gold.

The Royal Academy

We are proud to work with the Royal Academy on a variety of bone china projects using the work of Academicians including Mary Fedden, Elizabeth Blackadder, Edward Bawden, Terry Frost, William Scott and Tracey Emin. Working alongside the Royal Academy we also produce bone china designs for specific Gallery Exhibitions.

The National Gallery

We are proud to be chosen by the National Gallery in London to produce full colour reproductions of paintings by the Master Artists and apply them to bone china products. Artists include Vincent Van Gogh, Claude-Oscar Monet, Jean-Marc Natier and Norbert Goenuette.

Bodleian Library

Using imagery from the within Bodleian Library we have produced many bone china collections ranging from the very simple and classic Silence Please range, to the very intricate etching design - Aerial View.

Tracey Emin - Emin International

Produced bone china mug featuring a delightful linear monoprint image of a Fawn by Tracey Emin entitled Its What I'd Like To Be.

Julian Opie

This project involved producing large outsized ceramic vases to the Artist's specifications and bone china mugs decorated with Julian Opie's precise graphic images.

David Shrigley

Production of a bespoke bone china - from model to final production run.

Lock & Co Hatters

Reproductions of delicate vintage etchings onto bone china mugs.

Whittard Of Chelsea

We were commissioned to design and produce a range of ceramics exclusively for the store.

Museum Of London

A very clever and effective fingerprint design on bone china mugs.

The Science Museum

Produced Bone China Mugs using patterns from molecular structures.

Towner Contemporary Art Museum

We were pleased to be asked to produce striking bone china mugs for this stunning contemporary museum.


We have designed and manufacture numerous tableware collections exclusively for the Liberty Department Store in London.

Barneys Japan

We have designed and manufactured exclusive tableware collections and a commissioned to produce an Anniversery Pewter Clock and PictureFrame.


Heals London Department Store celebrated their Centenary with a bone china mugs decorated with images from a vintage store poster.


Various projects including the design and production of Lloyd's Skyline bone china mugs featuring the iconic Lloyds Building.


Develop and manufacture bone china commemorative ware for the Diana Princess of Wales Heritage Center, Althorp.

Royal Shakespeare Company

Commissioned to design and manufacture bone china mugs, and related gifts.

Art Meets Matter

An exiting collaboration between Repeat Repeat and Art Meets Matter, designing and producing a series of boldly coloured bone china mugs based on the Faber and Faber typographic series of poetry covers by Pentagram.

Pantin Hotels - The Ellington, Leeds

A project to design and produce bone china for the luxurious Ellington Hotel. We used the hotel's Jazz themed Hotel interior as inspiration.

Alex Corina

A limited edition bone china Art Plaques featuring artist Alex Corina's Mona Lennon and The Three Graces artwork.

The Cutty Sark

Produced bone china based on the original ceramics from the Captain's Table aboard the  famous Tea Clipper.

Shire Hotels

Shire Hotels commissioned us to design and produce bone china mugs to be used in the hotel rooms.