SEOUL, South Korea — These eau de parfum-like bottles and face cream pots are reminiscent of those of my grandmother, which she carefully arranged on a mirrored tray atop her dresser. The products’ crisp labels and packaging are part of a limited-edition collaboration between William Edwards and The Face Shop for skincare line ‘The Therapy.’
The Therapy has collaborated with William Edwards to offer limited-edition packaging inspired by the Orangery Collection, which captures the architectural design of orangeries built between the 17th and 19th centuries. The Therapy, together with William Edwards’ design, bring to mind the look and feel of classic mood of Europe.
An orangery was a room or a dedicated building, similar to a greenhouse or conservatory, on the grounds of fashionable residences during the 17th and 19th centuries where orange and other fruit trees were protected during the winter. Edwards’ Orangery serviceware collection features elegant white on white and grey pieces.
A must have for any establishment who serves superbly elegant afternoon tea either in a conservatory or al fresco.
Edwards provides tableware for the British royal family and some of the most prestigious hotels and restaurants in the world.
The William Edwards name is synonymous within the hospitality sector for supplying finest bespoke bone china ware in the world and now we are pleased to give you the opportunity to share the quality of our pieces in your own establishment with our nine new ranges.
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