• Snowdrops and Emma Bridgewater

    by  • 12/01/2010 • Country style • 3 Comments

    The first snowdrops are just starting to push through despite the freezing weather. It never fails to surprise me how delicate and beautiful they are.

    Emma Bridgewater has just launched a new range of Spring mugs, which includes this one with snowdrops. Every piece of Emma’s pottery is made by hand in a Victorian factory in Stoke-on-Trent using an adapted ‘recipe’ for earthenware that was invented by Josiah Wedgewood 250 years ago. Pretty, isn’t it?

    Snowdrop mug from Emma Bridgewater

    Snowdrop mug from Emma Bridgewater, £15.95

    3 Responses to Snowdrops and Emma Bridgewater

    1. Cheryl Bailey
      12/01/2010 at 11:47 pm

      I was in London in November and HAD to find Emma Bridgewater’s store in Chiswick. Knowing I had to haul my goodies back to the US I couldn’t purchase everything I wanted. I purchased her Robin mug and plate. The Snowdrop mug is just as gorgeous and I wish she had a store here in the States. By the way, love, love, love your magazine. I’ve just purchased your January issue and noticed the February issue is now out in the UK. I read a few pages on your web site but don’t want to spoil it when the magazine actually hits our newstands. Keep up the good work.

    2. 13/01/2010 at 10:30 pm

      Oh I am off now to look at the website, I love Bridgewater, thanks for that,

      Love Helen

    3. 14/01/2010 at 8:53 am

      Just to say this blog is quite lively, nice and fresh, will keep an eye on you well done S x

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