• Bridgewater Louis Arthur Charles Royal Baby Mug

    Royal Baby Mug

    Hooray for Louis! This limited edition hand crafted royal baby mug celebrating the birth of his Royal Highness Prince Louis Arthur Charles of Cambridge. As with all Emma Bridgewater Pottery Royal Keepsakes, this limited production keepsake will sell out soon and will be a high demand collectors item.

  • Emma Bridgewater Harry and Meghan Mugs

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    Sought-After Collectibles: Harry and Meghan Mugs

    Art. Stamps. Dolls. Postcards. Tea Towels. Mugs. Anything depicting descendants of Queen Elizabeth II - no matter who (especially Fergie and Andrew and Diana and Charles) - marking a special event is widely popular and sells before stores can barely stock it.

    Why? Well, for one over the course of time, they can become an extremely valuable item in one's investment portfolio in terms of wealth management. However, more often than not, it is the non-monetary value these precious items create for owners. Seen as a symbolizing way to express loyalty or giving a sense of pride of rare finds, there can be an almost obsessive frenzy surrounding anything royal family.

    Harry and Meghan are the newest members to the club and Britain is in full force spending its days and nights slapping the modern monarchs' faces on anything and everything they can. However, even in the collectibles world there is a huge sliding scale of quality ranging from poorly made t-shirts from a street vendor to exact replicas of her diamond ring from the highest of echelon jewelers.

    British pottery company has always been synonymous with the word keepsake and they have just unveiled their newest in the royal line from Emma Bridgewater Pottery and we have them at Joanne Hudson Basics ready for pre-order. They are in very limited quantity and will never be produced again. Once they sell out they sell out never to be available again, so fanciers of all things royal made by a British company synonymous with the word quality best be quick to make and take note.

  • Emma Bridgewater. Put some Holly Jolly in your Holiday.

    Emma Bridgewater Pottery Christmas Patterns

    Brand new Emma Bridgewater Pottery - hot off the production lines from England and into the hands of you or your loved one’s just in time for the gift giving season. Of course, with free shipping!

    What’s New with Emma Bridgewater Pottery?

    The ‘Joy Robins’ Emma Bridgewater pottery line which already boasts a cake plate and a boxed set of ½ pint mugs, has been extended to include 8.5 and 10.5 inch plates. A hand painted pair of red-breasted robins, symbolic of joy and hope, nuzzle up to each other on a holly branch (a treasured winter decoration) against hues of maroon and hunter green.

    The quest of the magi depicts a group of three weary biblical wise men that traveled far to bestow gifts to the newly born baby Jesus. A beautiful story paying homage to a beautiful holiday, the Kings of the Orient are hand painted and depicted on a gift-boxed set of 1/2 pint mugs as well as a gift boxed set of 8.5-inch plates. More utilitarian than gold, frankincense and myrrh, these mugs and plated are sure to delight whoever is lucky enough to receive them.

    What’s Else Is New In Additional Emma Bridgewater Products?

    Elevate holiday cookie swaps; elegantly showcase coffee or tea products and ‘present’ homemade presents from the kitchen tot hose you love in style with Emma Bridgewater tin sets. Attractively priced as they are attractive, they come in sets of three squares in the polka dot patters, rounds in the hen and toast pattern or tin caddies in polka folk or toast and marmalade. Uses for these lovelies, are well, ‘tin’finite.

    Swanky blanket for beach, picnic or even as a tree skirt. With an oilcloth backing to prevent soggy bottoms, this enormous bright and cheery Emma Bridgewater polka dot rug provides a welcome resting spot under a tree or in front of an ocean. However, it can also be used as a really cute tree skirt too! Trust us, it will be the most often-used item in the house.

  • Take the Labor Out of Labor Day

    wasara elegant disposable tableware

    Question: What would most people rather do?

    • Spend the last hurrah of the summer season at picnics, barbecues, three-day beach weekends or in a hammock drinking a cold one before skulking back to work, school – or both?
    • Waste the last moments of the season doing dishes?

    We hope the obvious answer is ‘1’. If it is, reinforcements need to be invested in to support those final, al fresco social needs. Enter our Wasara line of eco-friendly, sturdy, disposable plates, bowls and cups. Sold in a variety of sizes, shapes and quantities, it’s the solution to elegant entertaining from the largest party to the most intimate suaré.
    After all, why worry about getting stuff done when there’s so much fun stuff to get done other than the dishes …

  • We’re Takin It To The Street. Chestnut Street.

    Joanne Hudson Kitchens 2403 Chestnut Street Philadelphia

    Joanne Hudson Kitchens 2403 Chestnut Street Philadelphia

    Exciting times in commercial real estate calls for exciting futures. The Philadelphia landscape has been exploding with new buildings – and while moving isn’t fun for anyone, we are thrilled about the opportunity it gave us to finally make the move from 3rd floor to the street level on Chestnut. As the first tenants in what will become the most gorgeous mixed-use buildings in the skyline, we look forward to showing our customers our beautiful, new street-level showroom packed with new products to peruse, gathering spaces to relax and discuss plans and easier access and parking. Come see us and check it out!


    Visiting our showroom? We're located at:
    Joanne Hudson Kitchens
    2403 Chestnut Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19103

    Mailing something to our offices?
    Joanne Hudson Assoc. Ltd.
    2400 Market Street, Suite 101
    Philadelphia, PA 19103

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