A unique schools gift

Susan Rose China offers exclusive designs unique to each school – from traditional crests to celebratory logos and mottos. Ideal for school leavers, birthday year celebrations or to mark memorable events.

We are also home to the unique “Mug Full of History” – ideal to mark those special school celebrations!

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Commemorations for Schools

Exclusive designs unique to each school

We are able to print on all surfaces of our china – from the main event to text on rims and in the base of some pieces such as mugs and Cachepots and also, as a finishing touch, we can add a personalised message
to the base of all our china.
With a range of English bone china that takes in Mugs to Trinket Boxes and our more elaborate pieces, such as our Oval Planter or Round Cachepot, we can help enhance that giving experience whatever your budget.

So if your school has an anniversary, celebration or an award evening a piece of china from our extensive range will supply a unique gift that will be treasured for years to come.

Commemorations for Schools

Personalised gifts for schools

  • Wide variety of china shapes to choose from to suit all occasions and budgets
  • Fully personalised service – dealing with one person for ease of communication from start to finish helping to bring your ideas to life
  • Pre-production artwork produced for sign-off by committees and individuals with opportunities for amendments
  • All products can be finished with a hand-painted metallic gold, platinum or coloured rim adding to the quality and appearance of the finished product
  • A personalised message can be added to all pieces giving that final touch to your commemorative and celebratory piece
  • Your china produced completely in the U.K. from the raw material through to manufacture – each piece hand-made and decorated in Stoke-on-Trent
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Susan Rose China
The Mill,
Preston Capes Rd,
NN11 3EZ

Company Number: 11295751

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