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Perth’s Commercial Crockery Suppliers

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Creating the right ambience in your restaurant or café is a crucial part of your business. You need to consider everything your customer will see or interact with. Often, it’s the small everyday items, like crockery, that play a pivotal role. Whether you’re the proud owner of a high-end restaurant or a quaint urban cafe, your crockery choices should not only serve a functional purpose but also enhance the overall dining experience for your customers. At Stanlee Hospitality Supplies, we specialise in supplying commercial quantities of the world’s leading crockery brands and, with our experienced team, we can help you choose the perfect table setting for your venue.

Popular Crockery Choices for Restaurants and Cafes

Perfect Porcelain 

Brands like RAK Porcelain, Royal Porcelain and Australian Fine China have long been trusted names in the hospitality sector. Porcelain’s delicate look, combined with its durability, makes it a favourite for establishments looking for elegance.

Stoneware Essentials

Zuma and Luzerne have carved a niche for themselves with their unique stoneware offerings. Especially popular among cafes and bistros, their products come with a natural look and feel that adds a rustic touch.

Modern Melamine 

Melamine crockery is a lightweight product that’s hard to break. The versatile and robust Melamine (Coucou) and Cheforward Melamine are perfect for high-traffic venues and outdoor settings where durability is crucial.

Bold and Colourful 

Brands such as Coloured Cafe Crockery and InCafe offer vibrant choices that can make any dish pop. Ideal for cafes aiming for a more relaxed yet chic vibe.

Innovative Designs

Cookplay and Moda Crockery offer contemporary designs that can instantly elevate any dining experience.

Texture and Specialty 

Explore the textured finesse of Revol Basalt Slate or the refined designs from Bonna and Sango.

Value and Quality

Brands like Longfine and Piatto offer a range of modern designs that are both durable and affordable.

Sophisticated Classics 

If you’re seeking crockery that’s all elegance and sophistication, explore our exquisite ranges from Churchill and Steelite.

How To Order Crockery

Perth Metro Customers

Browse through our product ranges and place your order via the online shop.

Our warehouse will begin processing your order immediately and, if all items are in stock, your goods will be despatched for next day delivery*.

If goods are out of stock and delivery will be delayed more than a week, we will email or phone you to advise you of the delay or alternative product options.

You can also visit our wholesale showroom/warehouse at 79 Walters Drive, Osborne Park, WA 6017, and speak to our sales team.

*Orders must be placed by 12pm to allow for packing time.

WA Country & Interstate Orders

Wherever you are in Australia, we’ll get your products to you promptly.

Once you’ve placed an order via our online shop, you can choose to: 

  • Pick the goods up 
  • Have a nominated courier pick them up 
  • Have the goods delivered to your nominated transport company’s depot in the Perth Metro area** 
  • Have the goods delivered to you using our third-party courier – average rates start at $38 and are based on a standard consignment size. 

Freight charges may vary depending on the size of the order.

If anything changes, we will contact you with an updated price before the order is processed and before your payment is charged.

You can also place an order over the phone or via email. if this suits you better. 

Payment can be made with a credit card, or you can request we send an invoice first and complete a bank-to-bank payment before your goods are despatched.

** Please note there is a minimum $27.50 + GST delivery and handling charge for delivery to transport depots within the Perth Metro area.

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