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The New English Ceramics

It’s no secret that the venerable British ceramics factories of Stoke-on-Trent have fallen on hard times. But Paul Bishop’s fledgling company, The New English, intends to reverse that decline by producing dinnerware with a radically different look — think skeletons, bugs and tattoos instead of flowers, garlands or pastoral scenes. Bishop believes he is opening up the market to a new customer for whom traditional products have little relevance or appeal. Bishop, the former chief executive of Winning Moves, a technology company, started The New English in 2008 with his wife, Judith. For him, British design didn’t end in the 19th century. He says that the DNA of English style today is just as much about the Sex Pistols and Damien Hirst as it is about Wuthering Heights and J.M.W. Turner.