Autumn is Pamela's favourite time of year, watching the transition from colourful full blooms to palettes of browns, golds and oranges. There is also nothing more satisfying than crunching through piles of leaves and examining their different forms and colours as they lay on the ground. Leaves are appealing and pleasing to carve in equal proportion, which make them a favourite subject. Pamela Haining's Oak Leave block print was inspired by a local walk in her hometown, which is lined with ancient oak trees. Pamela's Oak Leaves design is professionally printed in two colour-ways, blues and chambray and the contrasting coral and pinks.
TEA TASTES BETTER IN OUR CHINA CUPS
Or so we like to think. Our high quality, bone china cups are colourful, modern yet elegant. They come in a set of two or four, with each set in each of Pamela's two Oak Leaves block print pattern colour ways. Our bone china cup and saucer set makes for a very special gift, whether for yourself or others, and make the perfect wedding gift. The classic style of our cup and saucer set also works well for weddings, garden parties and sophisticated brunches.
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About the Artist
Pamela Haining is a Printmaker and Pattern Designer based in East Lothian, U.K., who specialises in block print patterns. Pamela uses traditional linocut techniques to create her modern block print patterns. She takes inspiration from life's simple joys such as food, nature and celebrating the everyday. Pamela is the founder of pamelahaining.com, where she sells high quality, professionally printed home decor and soft furnishings featuring her modern block print patterns. Pamela's block prints are best known for their clean and stylised look.
DESIGNER CUP & SAUCER SET
- High quality bone china
- Classic tea set with saucer included
- Available in 2/4 packs
- Cup size 7.8cm base(d), 8.4cm rim(d), 5.8cm(h)
- Saucer size 15.4cm(d) 2.5cm(h)
- Handmade to order in UK
- Production time 1 day
Wash by hand to preserve the life of the print.