It is truly a breathtaking moment when Anne secretly reads Captain Wentworth’s letter in Bath. After so many years apart, and so many currents that could keep them apart still, he confesses that he has loved no one but her. A hastily written letter using a borrowed quill has the ability to change a story they thought had ended long ago. Never underestimate the power of a well-written letter!
This lovely quill pen writing set includes a feather quill pen, a wood stylus with brass nibs, and a bottle of ink, in a gift box. The box measures 3.25 x 10 x 2.5 / 8.5 x 25.5 x 6.5.
A grand tea tray for a grand house! The Pemberly Tea Tray is a beautiful dark wood statement tray with brass bound corners and medallion. Perfect for a full breakfast or an afternoon tea, it measures 25 x 16 x 2” / 63.5 x 40.5 x 5cm. For a smaller version, please see our Individual Tea Tray as well.
This beautifully crafted natural Horn Comb is a useful yet elegant addition to any dressing table or kit bag. In the Regency period, hairbrushes were not universal yet. Many people used only combs for styling their hair. Suitable for both ladies and gentlemen.
Available in Natural or Black. Comb measures 5”. Imported.
Portsmouth played a part in Jane Austen’s own life, as well as that of her character Fanny Price in Mansfield Park. With seafaring brothers to visit, Jane was familiar with the bustling port town and made it the home town of her heroine, Fanny. Fanny was always happy to have her brother William visit her at Mansfield, and William was just as happy as she!
“I shall have enough of Portsmouth and of dancing too, when I cannot have you." ~ William Price, Mansfield Park
This lovely anchor bottle opener has a patina to it’s brass finish, evocative of vintage brass kitchen implements. Keep it in your kitchen for a charming nautical touch! Measures 3” x 2.”