HANDMADE IN 1/12th SCALE
FOR DOLL'S HOUSES
'TREE PEONY' c1820 DINNER SERVICE FOR 6
I discovered that this beautiful pattern by Masons is actually a direct copy of a much earlier Chinese Export pattern from 1735 in an Imari palette so would also work well in an 18th century setting.
A dinner service for six comprises of one each of the three service pieces, covered tureen, covered vegetable dish, open vegetable dish and six each of the dinner, side and soup plates.
We make the Stokesay Ware range of miniature china for doll's houses by hand here in London in the scale of 1 inch = 1 foot or one twelfth life size. It is made from bone china clay which is biscuit fired then glazed and fired again. The decoration of coloured ceramic enamels and 22ct gold is applied separately and permanently fired on in the kiln. We make all our own moulds and draw our own artwork so each part of the process is our own and unique to Stokesay Ware.
Name: Tree Peony
Pattern No: 142ds
Scale: 1/12th life size