Churchill China Blue Willow Dinnerware (Sugar Bowl & Cream Jug Set)
One of Churchill's most famous and timeless collections, Willow tells the story of two lovers turned to doves. These pieces are classic and encompass the traditional feel that has made Willow world famous.
The Sophie Conran Collection was designed exclusively for Portmeirion. This collection is as durable and functional as it is beautiful. Sophie is part of the world-famous Conran lifestyle and culinary dynasty. The simplistic and organic nature of this collection makes it perfect for every style and taste. Each beautifully delicate item meets the hard-wearing needs of today's family and culinary experts. Available in White, Bisque and Celadon, the look can be as simple or diverse as your tastes demand.
great skill was used to achieve the utmost detail and clarity Blue Willow has since become a timeless classic, collected all over the world. So the story of Blue Willow goes that once in ancient China, there lived a rich mandarin, whose beautiful daughter was betrothed to a wealthy old merchant Her affections, however, lay elsewhere - on her father's poor but handsome secretary. When their secret meetings were discovered the girl was imprisoned in her father's pagoda From there, she concealed messages in coconut shells and floated them downstream to her lover The mandarin, sensing something was going on, hastened the wedding arrangements but the secretary and daughter promptly eloped. In a small boat, right in the middle of the sea, the mandarin caught them
Victoria and Albert Alice in Wonderland Porcelain Sugar Bowl and Creamer Set
This sugar bowl and creamer set are a curious piece for afternoon tea! Made of fine china and illustrated with scenes from the original Alice in Wonderland book. Portraying scenes of Alice and the Mad Hatter, hand drawn in black and white with a touch of luxury gold decal.The round sugar pot with a lid shows Alice holding a flamingo mallet and the twirling 'Curiouser and curiouser' quote, while the cream jug shows the Mad Hatter's tea party with the iconic 'We're All Mad Here'.To discover this fantastical story simply solve the riddle of the puzzle packaging first ... this product is hidden within a luxury gift box, so find the 'Pull Me' tab of ribbon and see the surprise hiding within!,Approximate Size: 10cm (dia) x 7.5cm (h)Creamer capacity: 200mlWash before first useHand wash only
Portmeirion 632806 Botanic Garden Sauce Jug & Ladle, White
Creating a stunning mix and match collection for the table and home, Botanic Garden from Portmeirion is built for modern day living - its pretty botanical illustrations belie its strength and durability and its chip resistant glaze makes it the perfect collection for busy family homes. From dinnerware and cookware to vases and gifts, Portmeirion' s Botanic Garden brings a little touch of magic to everyday occasions - like a special Sunday breakfast with the family or an afternoon tea with friends. This Botanic Garden jug and ladle set from Portmeirion is the ideal way to serve onion gravy at the table. Built for modern day dining, it is dishwasher, microwave, freezer and oven safe.
Katie Alice "ditsy Floral" Fine Bone China White Sugar Bowl And Creamer Jug By
This beautiful Ditsy Floral collection designed by Katie Alice has a true vintage feel, and features pretty floral patterns on a 1950â€TMs inspired colour palette of yellows, greys and dusky pinks. This nostalgic range of tableware takes inspiration from a variety of sources from vintage wallpaper to scraps of fabric.
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