Artist Joy Newton Launches New Porcelain Collection

Nest mug designed by Joy NewtonNest mug designed by Joy Newton

WEST GRANBY, Conn.-Joy Newton, a nationally published artist and creator of the Joy Newton line of nature-inspired gift items, has launched a porcelain collection with the Hall China Company, including a series of eight mugs.

The 16-ounce mugs feature Newton's botanical illustrations of the Siberian iris, hydrangea, eggplant, pear, nest, poppy, asparagus and radish and will retail for $29.50 apiece.

"The process to find the right partners to create our new porcelain collection has been a long one," said Newton. "We are happy to be working with the Hall China Company; they deliver exceptional products and really pay attention to the smallest details, which is extremely important to me. The initial launch of the collection includes the eight mugs, but the intention is to grow the collection to include full porcelain sets including bowls, plates, serving pieces and more."

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