These beautiful mugs from the V&A feature illustrations and verses from An Alphabet by Edward Lear. On each mug is an individual illustration, along with a lower and uppercase letter. On the reverse is the illustrating stanza from Lear's poem.
Designed by the V&A, this mug is crafted in ceramic in a large, squat-can shape and styled in clean white with a block-colour handle.
Instead of a card, why not send words? This festive collection edited by Scottish poet Hamish Whyte explores the many ways in which Britain’s favourite bird brightens our lives -...
A set of pencils for the passionate book-lover. 6 HB pencils in a themed box. Pack measures 19 x 6 x 1.5 cm.
Instead of a card, why not send words? This collection of ten brand new poems for dark winter nights bring us light in all its many shapes and forms –...
An Alice's Adventures in Wonderland themed pin set featuring the Mad Hatter and his Teacup. Both are inspired by Tenniel's instantly-recognisable illustrations. Set of two metal enamel pins with rubber...