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Bronte Porcelain
Merebrook Business Park
Hanley Road

Malvern
Worcestershire

WR13 6NP | View map
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"We have great pleasure in introducing Bronte to you - a group of highly skilled artists and technicians, who together produce exquisite and elaborate porcelain sculptures.

Many of the sculptures are authentic studies of flora and fauna artistically interpreted by Bronte design staff.

Each sculpture demonstrates an optimum degree of ceramic excellence, considering the technical demands relating to the piece being subjected to an initial firing temperature of almost 1300 degrees Centigrade.

It is a combination of this artistic and technical expertise that make Bronte editions, both 'limited' and 'open', so collectable.

Creating beautiful works of art is one of the most rewarding of occupations and Bronte appreciate this, and therefore produce models of infinite beauty and quality which we hope will continue to give pleasure to a great number of people around the world."

Henry Sandon
Director

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Nearest Train Station: Great Malvern
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Nearest UK Airport: Birmingham
Months Open: All year
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: Free
Gift Shop: Yes

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