The Classic Collection Striped Ceramic Tea Coffee Sugar Set is from Kitchen Craft’s Classic Collection. Rural elegance meets rugged practicality with this gorgeous ceramic tea coffee sugar set. Part of Kitchen Craft’s popular Classic Collection, this updated design keeps the same muted pastel colours, but swaps the familiar spots for rustic painted stripes. The canisters are made from tough ceramic with a snug wooden lid. With its sophisticated, understated and practical design, this set is a real treat, and will add classic elegance to any modern or traditional kitchen.
A collection which blends seamlessley across contemporary and classic kitchen styles, Classic Collection has been given a makeover for 2017. A style edit on our original Classic Collection, celebrating all that’s good about the home’s most important room – the kitchen!
“Every household in the UK has at least 1 of our products”– Kitchen Craft
The Kitchen Craft brand is widely known, having traded for 166 years. The company was originally named Thomas Plant, after the gentleman who first established it. To give customers a better idea of what the brand is about, the name was changed in 1996 to Kitchen Craft. Although some customers still refer to them as Thomas (or Tommy) Plant.
Kitchen Craft have always been involved in houseware products. So their extensive knowledge is used to continually design and develop new products that customers want, need and desire. They are now one of the largest kitchenware suppliers in the UK, due to their knowledge of the industry and commitment to quality and style.
Kitchen Craft forms part of the Lifetime Brands Inc, one of the largest global homewares suppliers and export to more than 80 countries. They therefore have a large network of global brands and unparalleled resources.
Today Kitchen Craft offer everything you could possibly need to cook, bake, entertain, serve and store. Their extensive product range incorporates well known brands such as Master Class, Bar Craft, Colourworks and even some exciting new brands such as Paul Hollywood and Fred.