We have had these tea chests for years, I could never throw them out, they are part of me and will always suit the feel of any house we live in. The black & white huge flower print was flown in from the States when I was researching for products for the shop. working with textures is great especially in such a tactile place such as the bedroom, I love the wool blankets, silk oriental cushions and velvet combination.
A marquetry tea chest containing two tea canisters made by William Potter of Cornhill in 1786. A mother of pearl disc inscribed, 'Made by W Potter London 1786' is set into the inside of the lid of each canister. The set is said to have been modelled after Carlton House. T
Lethal weapons or what!! I was goalie, and no where as big as some of those lasses that came charging at you with the ball, fair means or foul l stopped it 90% of the time, just don't get seen if you do it the latter way!! Lol