DetailsLoyal Emma Bridgewater Pottery fans love her hand-painted pottery as much as Beatrix Potter loved rabbits. Bound to be a cherished keepsake, critics of Potters book claim her depictions of the garden in her Tales of the Flopsy Bunnies are exquisite and some of the finest created in her series of playful rabbits. Packaged in its own work or art, the box depicting Benjamin's cousin and elements of the garden, feature a beautiful hand-painted baby plate, mug and bowl. Potter, who asserted one day her tales would one day be nursery classics, would be proud that her depictions are created on a pottery classic in the form of the commemorative Emma Bridgewater gift boxed set. Emma Bridgewater Pottery is made in England in the small Victorian English town of Stoke on Trent. Each piece is hand painted, hand finished and unique. All Bridgewater Pottery is dishwasher and microwave safe and are even pretty likely to survive daily washing up in the hands of your children.
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SKU BRIFL010966 Manufacturer Emma Bridgewater Pottery Additional Info 1 Baby Mug, 1 Baby Bowl, 1 Baby Plate
Care Instructions Dishwasher & microwave safe; lower temperature wash and liquid detergent preferred to maintain appearance. Material English Earthenware Origin Made in Great Britain
Customer Reviews 3 item(s)
- Very nice
I was happy to find this. I have sets for my grandchildren and wanted to send to a special friend. I haven’t seen the one for boys on the site but I needed this one for a baby girl.
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- This set stands out from the rest!
I was looking for the perfect gift for my new niece and this set fit the bill. I looked at many other Beatrix Potter sets and this one just stood out ~ from the design, to the quality to the lovely keepsake box it is presented in. Great product for a fairly reasonable price!
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- Precious set! Priced a bit too high for our $100 family limit!
This is a precious set which blends in perfectly with the Beatrix Potter set. The artist has a fresh look at a classic topic. I wish the price was below $100 so that it would below the price limit we usually honor.
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