Royal Worcester Wrendale Designs Cake Tin Nest Set of 3 - NEW 2018
Store homemade treats in these nesting cake tins from our Wrendale Designs collection. This set includes three containers, and each one is printed with watercolour illustrations of British wildlife, including hedgehogs, foxes and highland cows. There is a small, medium and large tin to suit a variety of baked goods. If you’re taking part in a coffee morning or popping round to see loved ones, these tins make transporting cakes and biscuits easy. The lids will keep contents fresh, ensuring there are always nibbles for the family to tuck into when they come to visit.
- Small Tin: 19.5cm/7 inch diameter
- Medium Tin: 22.5cm/8 inch diameter
- Large Tin 25cm/9 inch diameter
- Set of three
- Decorated with hedgehog, fox and highland cow watercolours
- Wipe clean with a damp cloth
Original watercolours hand-painted by Hannah Dale in Lincolnshire. Products designed in Royal Worcester’s studio in Stoke-on-Trent, UK.
Made by our trusted partner outside the UK to Portmeirion Group’s high standards.
Delivery and returns
|Standard Delivery||£2.99 Per Order|
|Next Working Day Delivery on Orders over £20||FREE|
|Next Working Day Delivery on Orders Under £20||£3.99 per order|
|Next Day Before 10.30am||£18 per order|
|Next Day Before 12pm||£12 per order|
|Saturday Anytime||£15 per order|
|Saturday Before 10.30am||£20 per order|
|Saturday Before 12pm||£17 per order|
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