Churchill Monochrome

Churchill Super Vitrified Monochrome Crockery

Churchill Monochrome Collection


Key Features:

  • Inspired by artisan pottery
  • Hand dipped coating
  • Sapphire Blue, Cinnamon Brown & Onyx Black colour ways
  • Super vitrified china
  • Eco-glaze finish
  • 5-year edge chip warranty


The Churchill Monochrome collection is the latest addition to Churchill’s super vitrified crockery range and has been purposefully designed to evoke the aesthetics of artisan pottery. The three monochromatic colour way effects – Sapphire Blue, Cinnamon Brown and Onyx Black – are created through a hand dipped technique that coats the china in a reactive colour glaze. This means that every single item in this series is distinctly unique.

Made in England, the Churchill Monochrome collection is an elegant range comprised of espresso cups, cappuccino cups, traditional mugs, saucers, soup bowls, sugar bowls, beverage pots and jugs. These products can be mixed and matched to create interesting tonal arrangements or equally, they can be combined with other Churchill ranges such as Whiteware or Studio Prints for an alluring and comprehensive tableware service. 

Like other items by Churchill, this crockery is crafted to withstand the demands of a busy commercial environment. The super vitrified china gives superior structural strength as well as resistance to thermal shock and the remarkable eco-glaze finish is totally resistant to stains or scratches. These features combine to assuredly offer a 5-year edge chip warranty, as well as making the china dishwasher and microwave safe. 


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