Royal Worcester Wrendale Designs 10.5 Inch Coupe plates Set of 4 Hare, Squirel Mouse & Duck
Add a touch of colour to scrumptious family meals with this set of four large dinner plates from Wrendale Designs. Based on original watercolours by Hannah Dale, each plate features its own charming character of British wildlife: a hare cocking its head to listen, a vibrantly coloured duck in mid-waddle, a cheeky squirrel peering over a branch and two small field mice scrambling up a stem. The detailed style perfectly captures the personality of each animal, making these plates ideal for elevating your everyday tableware and bringing a characterful touch to family feasts.
- Diameter: 26.7cm/10.5 inches
- Set of four
- Design based on hand-painted originals
- Dishwasher, microwave and freezer safe
- Ovenproof up to 200°C/400°F/UK Gas Mark 6
Original watercolours hand-painted by Hannah Dale in Lincolnshire. Products designed in Royal Worcester’s studio in Stoke-on-Trent, UK.
Made by our trusted partner outside the UK to Portmeirion Group’s high standards.
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