English Bone China Trinket Box featuring the wonderful art of Katie Commodore. Ideal for those little things in life that need a 'little place' to store them - ideal for cufflinks, earrings, paper clips - any number of things. Makes the perfect gift.
Each comes presented in its own elegant black gift box and is wrapped in our own branded tissue. Just add a black bow for a present that looks a million dollars!
Eve with her red apple, and Adam with his own red 'apple' (iphone)
Would you Adam & Eve (believe) it is our take on what is a peculiarly British phenomenon - the use of ‘rhyming slang’ to replace commonly used words. With Adam, Eve and the Serpent represented on three 8” breakfast plates, we have created what we hope is a covetable, yet humorous gift set which would bring a wry smile to anyone’s face. Whereas in biblical terms, Eve is the one who is tempted by the apple, in this case Adam is also being drawn by the allure of his own 21st Century bright red apple !
Designed by Paul Bishop
Finest Bone China
Made in Stoke on Trent, England
Black print with red and green details
Set comprises 3 x 8” Fine Bone China breakfast plates - Adam, Eve & The Serpent
Each plate comes individually boxed in a black presentation box
intricate hand drawn imagery
each piece features different elements of the design for a contemporary feel
Our picture perfect range includes some of our designs that are unfortunately discontinued at The New English. As we thought you would love these pieces, we bring them to you at a discounted price!
That beauty is in the eye of the beholder is without doubt. We all have different perspectives and see the world in ways that are unique to us as individuals. The fact that one person’s beast is another’s beauty illuminates the reality that there is beauty in everything. The Ador range of ceramics is a perfect reflection of our complex and compelling relationship with image and beauty.
- Set includes x2 plates with small red skull & x2 plates with large red skull.
Designed by Tanja Livingstone Made by Humans in Stoke-on-Trent, England Finest English Bone China