Portmeirion Botanic Garden boiled corn holder was designed by Susan Ellis and measures 9¼” long, 3″ wide and 1¼” high. This lovely ceramic corn dish features a floral motif and green laurel trim. Susan Williams-Ellis (6 June 1918 – 26 November 2007) was an English pottery designer, who was best known for co-founding Portmeirion Pottery. Botanic Garden has been considered the signature product of Portmeirion. Keep for yourself or give as a gift. In excellent like new condition without scratches, nicks, cracks, chips or stains.
Beautiful set of Botanic Gardens Corn on the Cob Dish
Condish 23 cm – 1p
Size :23 cm x 8 cm x 3.2 cm
Usage :Used for dessert, teaspoon, fruit fork
Heat resistence :Can not be used in oven, can only be used in microwave oven (heat-resistant temperature 100 ° C)
Cleaning Instruction : Please wipe with a soft sponge
Great addition to any table
Dishwasher, Microwave to Freezer Safe
Flowers and butterflies decorated with delicate and realistic depiction of the period irrespective of the time invigorate the natural vibrancy of contemporary dining table, while the luxurious design has a lot of space for breakfast, tea time, I will.The botanical gardens, which show off the diversity and sophistication of flowers and butterflies and craftsmanship, are based on deep and delicate colors. With the passion and perspiration constantly changing, the trends of fashion have changed with the years, Patterns are also on display continuously.