A bone china breakfast cup with curlew design by Sandra Vick with poem around the rim.
The wording on this lovely curlew design comes from a poem by English poet, Cicely Fox-Smith (1882–1954). She was born in Cheshire, travelled to Canada for 9 years and then lived in Hampshire and Devon. Although most well known for her sea shantys, she writes evocatively of nature, and here in "A farewell", written in 1904 before she travelled to Canada, she describes the call of the curlew across the moorlands.
Made in the UK.
Due to the hand finished nature of our products, slight differences may occur.
The technical bit:
- Height: 85 mm
- Volume: 450 ml
- Diameter: 105 mm Cup excl. Handle
- Microwave/Dishwasher Safe: Yes
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