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  • RHS Botanical Mug - Z

    A fine bone china mug, with an exclusive RHS design using an illustration from the RHS Lindley Library 'The Alphabet of Flowers' published by John Dicks c1895. Mug is microwave and dishwasher safe. Mug measures 8.5 x 9 cm.

    £12.00
  • Emma Bridgewater wallflower 4 mug and teapot set

    With its gloriously vivid design, who couldn’t fall in love with this teapot? It comes boxed too, so it's all the easier to wrap up as a present... It's made from English Earthen pottery and is 18.8 cm in height and 25.6 cm in diameter and has a capacity of 1.2 L.

  • Honey Pot & Dipper

    This honeypot is mouth blown by skilled craftsmen, while the natural oak dipper his hand finished. Perfect for drizzling honey over your food or in your drinks. Height 12.5cm Width 10.5 Capacity 590ml

    £36.00
  • Gin Balloon Glass- Set of 4 Large

    This set of four Gin Balloon glasses are very generously proportioned which makes them ideal for a large gin, but also versatile enough for cocktails and aperitifs. With their impressive large round bowls and large capacity, these are very popular! Capacity: 680ml Dishwasher safe

    £30.00
  • Gin Baloon Glass- Set of 2

    This set of two Gin Balloon glasses have been individually mouth blown by skilled craftspeople, and feature a wide bowl in order to maximise enjoyment of the scent of delicate botanicals from the gin. With a stylish flared stem and thick base, this design is both strikingly contemporary and…

    £30.00
  • Bee Goblet

    These small goblet tumblers from La Rochere have a traditional bee design around the side of the glass. Their durable design is perfect for garden parties or for in the home Use to serve your favourite summer cocktails, or simply keep as a great glass for juices and soft drinks Approx Size: 10cm in…

    £7.00
  • Bee Glass Jug

    This clear glass jug from La Rochere combines a delicate tapered shape with a beautiful 'bee' design that's raised from the surface for a tactile, three-dimensional effect Holding up to one litre of liquid, it’s perfect for serving beverages and makes a pretty addition to your dining table, creating…

    £24.00
  • RHS Kitchen Garden Cup - Berries and Cherries

    The 28 plate ‘Album Benary’ held at the RHS Lindley Library, published in 1876, contains wonderful, bold, colourful illustrations of fruit and vegetables by acclaimed botanical illustrator Ernst Benary. Despite being close to 150 years old, his illustrations remain amazingly contemporary in style…

    £10.00
  • RHS Bees Tea Pot

    This bee patterned tea pot is an ideal addition to any kitchen. It pairs well with the RHS Bee Tea Cosy. In the 19th century, esteemed cultivator of British zoology and entomology John Curtis curated no less than 16 volumes of ‘Curtis’s British Entomology’. In total, these contained no less than 770…

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    £20.00
  • RHS Bees Sugar Bowl

    This bee patterned sugar bowl is a cheerful addition to any tea set or kitchen. In the 19th century, esteemed cultivator of British zoology and entomology John Curtis curated no less than 16 volumes of ‘Curtis’s British Entomology’. In total, these contained no less than 770 detailed plates of…

    £10.00
  • RHS Bees Milk Jug

    This bee patterned milk jug is a cheerful addition to any tea set. In the 19th century, esteemed cultivator of British zoology and entomology John Curtis curated no less than 16 volumes of ‘Curtis’s British Entomology’. In total, these contained no less than 770 detailed plates of British insects.…

    £10.00
  • RHS Bees Ceramic Coaster (Dark Yellow)

    This bee themed ceramic coaster works well with hot or cold drinks and is one of four designs available. In the 19th century, esteemed cultivator of British zoology and entomology John Curtis curated no less than 16 volumes of ‘Curtis’s British Entomology’. In total, these contained no less than 770…

    £5.00
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