Designer: James Ward Size: diameter 20cm Material: delicate bone china Origin / UK Production method / handmade Jimbobart's designer, James Ward, is known for his anthropomorphic cute animal illustrations. His studios and storefronts are located on Cheshire Street in London. With a sense of everyday little things, combined with the little animals that are full of childlikeness, they have designed a series of ceramic works and illustrations that make people smile. The brand has attracted a lot of attention from the media, including the Guardian, Sunday Times, The Telegraph and Country Living, and numerous design magazines. / What is bone china? / BONE CHINA, BONE CHINA, originated in the United Kingdom at the end of the eighteenth century. In the process of copying Chinese porcelain, the British burned the calcined animal ashes with moderate insulation and light transmission, strength and transparency. It is better than ordinary porcelain; it is white and warm, and it is more suitable for high-end tableware than the whiteness of white porcelain. And the same thickness of bone china is stronger than soft white porcelain, it is not easy to collapse and crush, it can be made thinner and lighter, and even into the dishwasher.