Captivating ornaments in mouthblown glass inspired by the practice of Cornish glass workers from the 12th century who used leftover glass to make tokens to ward off evil spirits. Each ornament is handmade and unique exact size and colours will vary...
Recalling the period between 1860 and 1880 which marked the golden age of Victorian style wicker furniture.33½" tall x 27¾" wide x 25¼".Do not leave outside uncovered.Additional delivery charge £15.00 per chair
Handpoured natural plant wax candle in recycled glass holder decorated with a flower and bee print echoing early 20th century illustrations.Cotton wick burn time 50 hours.3¼" tall boxed.3% of profits donated to bee conservation.
Smart tapestry cushion with cream pipedborder reproducing William Morris"s "Strawberry Thief" design first printed in 1883; its subject is thought to have been inspired by watching thrushes stealing fruit at his Oxfordshire home Kelmscott...
Trinket box giving an endearing representation of the colourful Blue Tit in bejewelled enamel.Metal base.1 ¾" tall 3" long.
Illustrated mug depicting physics formulae including those for momentum density and kinetic energy.Fine bone china.3 ½" tall.Dishwasher and microwave safe.Decorated in Scotland.
University of OxfordPrinted cotton apron with botanical illustrations based on "British Flowering Plants" by William Baxter Curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden (181348).Cotton.33" long adjustable neck strap and generous ties.
Beautiful textured rug inspired by a French 19thcentury Aubusson carpet.Viscose/acrylic mix.90 x 62.Made in Belgium.Professional clean only.
Fabulous tablecloth inspired by a late 19thcentury French textile pattern and reflecting that centurys improvements in fabric printing that enabled evermore detailed designs to be reproduced.Cotton.54" square.
Charming reproductions of Miss Potters bestloved characters. Peter Rabbit first appeared in The Tale of Peter Rabbit in 1902 and Benjamin Bunny in The Tale of Benjamin Bunny 1904.Each 13" square.Cotton rich tapestry front plain cotton...
Pretty printed cotton design echoing a chintz from 1850 made by A H Lee & Sons now held in the Victoria and Albert Musum.60" square.Machine washable.