Reiko Kaneko

Breakfast Express - The Set

by Reiko Kaneko

£50.00

Handmade in England, the Breakfast Express consists of an eggcup, toast rack and salt & pepper cellar that are designed to look like three train carriages. Made from fine bone china, the carriages are linked together by hidden magnets to form a train that can be wheeled along. Dippy egg with soldiers just got even better! Brilliant for adults and kids, we love the Breakfast Express. Designed by British-Japanese designer, Reiko Kaneko, who set-up her studio in 2007 and creates beautiful pieces combining Japanese aesthetics with the craftsmanship and quality of bone china made in England. Click here to read our interview with Reiko Kaneko in the Our Makers  section of our site.

  • COLOURS
    • Fine bone china and birch wood wheels.
  • DELIVERY
    • Delivery of this product within mainland UK will be made using Royal Mail or Parcelforce and will cost between £4 (3-5 Working Days) and £8 (Next Working Day) depending on the shipping option selected during checkout. Orders received before 12pm (noon) GMT will ship that day (Mon-Fri). Orders received after 12pm (noon) will be shipped the next Working Day.
    • See our Delivery & Returns page for full details and information on bulk parcels, delivery to non-mainland UK and international shipping.
  • MATERIALS / SIZE
    • Fine bone china, magnets and birch wood wheels. Hand wash only. Size L25cm x W8cm x H6.5cm


  • Breakfast Express - The Set
  • Breakfast Express - The Set
  • Breakfast Express - The Set
  • Breakfast Express - The Set
  • Breakfast Express - The Set
  • Breakfast Express - The Set
  • Breakfast Express - The Set
  • Breakfast Express - The Set

THE DESIGNER

After leaving Central Saint Martins College, London, Reiko Kaneko, a British-Japanese designer set up her studio in 2007 in the East End of London. She was soon making a name for herself and becoming well known for her quirky and humorous gift pieces.

Recently Reiko has moved her business to Stoke on Trent, also known as “the potteries”. The area is considered by many as the birthplace of bone china as a result of the fact that Josiah Spode, in the late eighteenth century, created a new formula to produce bone china and ”the potteries” became the main centre for its production in the world.

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