Category Archives: child tea set

Floris Ligna

Floris Ligna…. what does that mean?  The best I can decipher, the translation from Latin to English is “Floral Timber”.  What?  Yes, there are flowers and trees incorporated in this transfer print design, but there is so much more. There’s … Continue reading

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Hope & Carter

I have seen several examples of pieces of a child’s tea set in an aesthetic collage pattern made by Hope & Carter. The majority of this pattern that I have seen are unmarked but I have seen a few that … Continue reading

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The Little Blue Sugar and Creamer

These came into my possession recently. Okay, another souvenir from Plymouth, or so I thought.  But wait; not so fast.  Again, in trying to do research on this pair, they were not to be found.  It’s as if these are the … Continue reading

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