‘Fame and Fashion’ Tea towel
‘Fame and Fashion’ Tea towel
100% cotton tea towel with an advertising image taken from a 1930s’ railway poster. Measures 46 cm x 82 cm. Made in the UK.
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Brighton Publicity Tea Towel
Brighton Publicity Tea Towel
100% cotton tea towel with an advertising image taken from a 1930s' railway poster. The advertisement features a stylised depiction of Brighton Aquarium and Madeira Drive.
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Carême’s Menu Cheese Board
Carême’s Menu Cheese Board
A small Melamine cheese board featuring a translated reproduction of a menu from a banquet held by the Prince Regent for Duke Nicolas of Russia at the Royal Pavilion in 1817. Overseen by the world renowned chef Marie Antoine Carême "the King of Chefs, and the Chef of Kings", it consisted of 9 courses and 121 dishes it was the service of his career.
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Careme Menu Tea Towel
Carême’s Menu Tea Towel
A 100% cotton souvenir tea towel featuring a translated reproduction of a menu from a banquet held by the Prince Regent for Duke Nicolas of Russia at the Royal Pavilion in 1817. Overseen by the world renowned chef Marie Antoine Carême "the King of Chefs, and the Chef of Kings", it consisted of 9 courses and 121 dishes it was the service of his career.
£7.95 including Tax Add to basket
Carême’s Menu Tea Tray
Carême’s Menu Tea Tray
A small Melamine pot stand featuring a translated reproduction of a menu from a banquet held by the Prince Regent for Duke Nicolas of Russia at the Royal Pavilion in 1817. Overseen by the world renowned chef Marie Antoine Carême "the King of Chefs, and the Chef of Kings", it consisted of 9 courses and 121 dishes it was the service of his career.
£12.50 including Tax Add to basket
Carême’s Menu Tray
Carême’s Menu Tray

A large melamine tray featuring a translated reproduction of a menu from a banquet held by the Prince Regent for Duke Nicolas of Russia at the Royal Pavilion in 1817. Overseen by the world renowned chef Marie Antoine Carême “the … Continued

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Cross Section Candle
Cross Section Candle
A handmade Mediterranean Fig fragranced candle, featuring a cross section of the Royal Pavilion reproduced from an original illustration commissioned by the building's architect John Nash, first published in 1826. 8cm across x 5.5cm high Warning: Never leave a burning candle unattended. keep out of reach of children and pets. Never move a burning candle. Burn on a level, fire-resistant surface, away from draughts. Before lighting always trim wick to 5mm and clear debris.
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Dining Room Set Queen Victoria's Bedroom
Dining Table Set Queen Victoria’s Bedroom Design
A beautiful and functional set of Melamine tableware including four placemats, two pot stands and a serving tray. This design depicts details of a late 18th Century Chinese wallpaper- part of a range of tablewares inspired by the interiors of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton.
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Dining Table Set Royal Pavilion Saloon
Dining Table Set Royal Pavilion Saloon Design
A beautiful and functional set of Melamine tableware including four placemats, two pot stands and a serving tray. This design depicts details of the restored Saloon at the Royal Pavilion- part of a range of tableware inspired by the interiors of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton.
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Dining Room Set William IV Design
Dining Table Set William IV Room Design
A beautiful and functional set of Melamine tableware including four placemats, two pot stands and a serving tray. This design depicts details of a late 18th Century Chinese wallpaper- part of a range of tablewares inspired by the interiors of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton.
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Queen Victoria Candle
Queen Victoria Candle

A handmade Honeysuckle and Jasmine fragranced candle with a design taken from details of the intricate late 18th Century Chinese wallpaper in Queen Victoria’s former bedroom at the Royal Pavilion. 8cm across x 5.5cm high Warning: Never leave a burning … Continued

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Queen Victoria’s Bedroom A5 Notepad
Queen Victoria’s Bedroom A5 Notepad
A greetings card with a design depicting details of the intricate late 18th Century Chinese wallpaper in Queen Victoria's former bedroom at the Royal Pavilion. The current wallpaper was reproduced painstakingly from fragments by Royal Pavilion conservator Gordon Grant.
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