The name Seaflower is taken from a 19th Century Jersey registered trading ship owned by the family that built Jersey Pottery’s historic head office. Seaflower plied the trading route between Jersey and Gaspé in Canada and brings together Jersey and North America, marine life and tableware to create a unique collection of fine porcelain dinner plates, platters, bowls and mugs decorated with animated images of fish and shellfish. Available online and at stores around the world from March (Europe) and April (USA).  To find a store click here.