So what inspired her Quintessentially British design? It was inspired by her friend’s Mum, who could drink upwards of 15 cups of tea a day as long as it was in a proper bone china cup and saucer! Her original design celebrates over 240 people, places and things that are quintessentially and fabulously British. The Queen, French and Saunders, fairy cakes, Big Ben, punch and judy, red squirrels, the Beeb – they are all there!
Cleverly, the central cross reads ‘A nice cup of tea in a proper bone china cup. One lump or two?’ and the diagonal cross is an old reliable recipe for a Victoria sponge cake. It’s made from 100% cotton and is screen printed in Wales and hemmed on all sides. A fantastic addition to any kitchen and a great read too!
In anticipation for a summer filled with camping and bbq’s, we have 3 to give away along the fabulous The Camper Van Cookbook, Lahloo Tea and a handy mug tea infuser (all perfect for those British countryside and seaside staycations) worth £45
To be in with a chance simply email Vicky the answer to: who wrote the Camper Van Cookbook?