The LLB collections

Arthur Price


Laurence’s cutlery designs for Arthur Price have become design classics since their launch in 2000.

Arthur Price of England’s commitment to craftsmanship and quality coupled with Llewelyn-Bowen flair continue to make Laurence’s cutlery hugely popular.

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Cheeky irreverent colourful but always incredibly stylish Laurence creates a new mugnificent design collection every year. Beautifully boxed the finest quality bone china mugs are now highly collected.


For this years Jubilee and next years celebrations of the 60th Anniversary of the Queens coronation Laurence has created a pair of commemorative mugs which have his stylish wit written all over them.

Let them Eat Cake

This fabulously neo vintage teatime collection has quickly become a design classic. Taken from the LLB archive originals the exquisite quality fine bone china is always a pretty witty colourful statement. Look out for new additions to the range for SS13.

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The Remember Collection

The Remember collection is my tribute to the way communities across the country come together for Remembrance Sunday. I am always struck by the dignity, shared emotion and the sentiment found at these gatherings. Inspired by the particular design potential of the poppy, I decided to create a pattern that could be used as an easily identifiable fundraising charity ‘Brand’ to celebrate the extraordinary energy created by the UK’s national day of Remembrance. As with lots of my patterns there is a debt to the Godfather of British pattern making William Morris but there is also a lot of me in the repeat, drawing and colour way.The decision to give remember to the woman’s section of the Royal British Legion came about because of the incredible and often underappreciated work they do on behalf of the service families.

"Black is the most sophisticated shade anyone could ever use to dress their bedroom. Black defines elegance, particularly when it’s used with the sophisticated sensuality of flamboyant damask."

Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen