February English Bone China Floral Trinket Box, Trinket Box, Birthday. Violets
January – “January brings the snow and makes our feet and fingers glow”February – “February brings the rain, thaws the frozen lake again”March – “All in the wild March morning I heard the angels call”April – “Oh, to be in England now that April’s there”May – “As it fell upon a day in the merry month of May”June – “June brings tulips, lilies, roses, fills the children’s hands with posies”July – “Daisies, ye flowers of lowly birth embroiderers of the carpet earth”August – “August brings the sheaves of corn, then the harvest home is born”September – “September blows soft, till fruits’ is in the loft”October – “But fruits, no blossoms, form the woodland wreathe”November – “And the glory of the garden it shall never pass away”Floral trinket box baseFloral trinket box messageDecember_Birthday_TBaFebruary_1

Floral trinket box

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A selection of delightful seasonal English bone china trinket boxes designed from an original Floral painting by Susan and inspired from her Northamptonshire garden.

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A selection of delightful seasonal English bone china trinket boxes designed from one of Susan’s original Floral painting and inspired from her Northamptonshire garden.

As a student Susan started to paint flowers from places she visited and over many years this extensive collection of plant studies became the basis of her floral library.

Susan, like her mother and sister, is a very keen gardener and her floral studies on both vellum and watercolour have become her most loved pieces of work.

Throughout history many gardeners and artists have created many natural history paintings which are now very familiar and much loved by those of us who love to garden.

This range of floral trinket boxes make lovely personalised gifts for example a Christening or Birthday.

Each month is decorated with a different flower and saying relevant to that particular month.

Around the waist of the trinket box is written Minnie Aumonier’s much loved quote ‘ There is always music amongst the trees in the garden , but our hearts must be very quiet to hear it ”

The inside base may be personalised with a name and date or short message with an optional further message on the base of the trinket box.

The piece is finished with a hand-painted gold rim and comes in an English made presentation box.

If you like Susan’s floral paintings you might be interested to see more of her work on our English bone china, such as the large square Season’s Dishes.

All our china is hand-made by one of our skilled china makers in the historic Longton district of Stoke-on-Trent and hand decorated by our Longton workshop. Longton was one of the original five towns that formed the potteries and was particularly associated with the production of  English bone china.

Once we receive your order information we will put together the artwork for your dish and email it to you for confirmation before we produce the china in our workshop in Stoke-on-Trent.

Each order is hand decorated to your specification, so please allow 1-2 weeks from artwork confirmation. If you need the finished item more quickly please ring us to discuss.

 

Height : 4cm

Diameter : 8cm

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2 reviews for Floral trinket box

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Judy

    I bought this for a friend’s “significant” birthday and it makes a lovely personalised gift for a special occasion. I was very pleased with the service from Susan Rose China – very helpful.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Sarah Duncan (verified owner)

    A truly great gift. I have bought these trinket boxes several times as birthday presents and they are now much loved by their owners. The fact that you can add personal messages makes them very special and I will certainly be buying them in the future.

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