Today we want to introduce you Churchill supervitrified crockery. Every piece of Churchill’s ceramic is designed with performance in mind. Through expert shape engineering, Churchill reinforce strength and durability while continual investment in technology guarantees functionality and consistent quality. 100% of Churchill’s ceramics are vitrified which is essential to the hospitality industry. Through the process of vitrification, the particle structure of our ceramic body becomes strong, dense and watertight.
Every step in the process is practised and refined. From the sourcing of raw materials and unique formulation of the clay body, to shape engineering and numerous quality checks ensuring that Churchill products work as hard as you do.
Churchill unique clay recipe is essential in creating a strong and durable product for the hospitality industry. The raw materials are selected to deliver the optimum balance of strength and whiteness.
Churchill glaze is hard wearing and designed specifically for the hospitality environment. The durability is a combination of the glaze recipe, the firing temperature and substrate. The Eco Glaze is specially formulated to be re-usable, minimising the impact on the environment.
Churchill ceramics are continuously tested and quality checked, from the stage of raw materials, throughout the manufacturing process to the final fired piece.
Churchill are experts in ceramic design and at the forefront of innovation. The entire product portfolio is designed in the UK by an experienced and talented design team. Churchill work with chefs from around the world ensuring we understand the needs of our customers.
At Churchill are dedicated to reliability, ensuring our product is in stock and delivered on time.
Stonecast is an exciting collection of rustic and hand decorated products inspired by the changing seasons and fresh ingredients. The rustic collection is revived from a design in the Churchill archives, dating back to the days of the James Broadhurst factory. Stonecast is hand decorated and then finished with a fine speckle and rustic edge in a rich golden brown. The nature of the manufacturing process means that every piece will be slightly different, adding to the overall charm of the product.
Studio Prints collections are a contemporary take on traditional studio pottery. Stone, a range within the collection, is inspired by the traditional process of hand carving ceramics from natural stone. Manufactured in the UK, Studio Prints inspired designs are achieved with Churchill’s innovative print process. The print is positioned directly under the glaze, creating a protective layer over the decoration. Emulating tones and textures of nature, Studio Prints Stone has all the durability and technical reassurance required for the hospitality environment.
The Kintsugi design is a modern interpretation of the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery.
The contemporary and intricate Isla design is inspired by shapes and textures found along the seashore. Featured on a comprehensive range of tableware shapes and beverage items, the modern yet graceful Isla embossment is reminiscent of the coastline. Introducing Coastal Sand, a new spinwash colour, hand applied in a neutral tone that enhances the subtle Isla embossment.
The Nourish collection features a range of bowls and dip pots decorated in artisan style glazes that create tonal variation and unique pieces. A comprehensive range, Nourish is ideal for grazing, bowl foods and side dishes; the perfect accompaniment to fresh and local dishes from around the world.
Amongst the coloured tabletop revolution there is still a place for fresh, contemporary whiteware. Chefs’ Plates is a collection of innovative shapes designed to add value to white tableware.
The Agano design is a distinctive range addition to the Studio Prints collection, ideal for food presentation, the linear and radial pattern draws the eye to the centre of the plate. Studio Prints Agano is a versatile, abstract design that enhances the dining experience across all manner of food styles and hospitality settings. Manufactured in the UK using Churchill’s innovative print process, the print is positioned directly under the glaze. This creates a protective layer over the decoration and has all the durability and technical reassurance required for the hospitality environment.