I hope like me you’ve been able to enjoy the many days of glorious sunshine we’ve basked in over the last couple of months.

My family and I have spent some wonderful days walking through the countryside of Dorset and Cornwall enthralled by the stunning scenery, admiring the colours and textures in nature, and watching the blackberries appearing in the hedgerows. We’ve spotted birds prey of soaring on thermals, butterflies flitting over wildflowers and brave little rabbits venturing out of their holes when they think no one is looking!

And as the late summer harvest approaches wouldn’t it be wonderful to take some of these lovely things home with you and savour them for just a little
longer? Well thankfully you can in the form of the gorgeous flora and fauna inspired dining-ware available in store and online. Cream Cornwall
www.creamcornwall.co.uk have a beautiful collection called Game & Garden which is their own “eccentric take on the Cornish country estate”. Their
range of dining plates and bowls feature foxes, hares and pheasants, “their hand drawn vignettes combine game and garden…perfect for bringing a little
bit of country life into your home.” From £8.50 for a nibbles bowl this range is stylish and affordable.

Nina Campbell www.ninacampbellinteriors.com stocks an equisite range of table linen, in particular her English Meadow Table mat, £27.50 each, which is
embroidered with all manner of delicate wildflowers which is almost too pretty to eat off. If you enjoy a supper of cheese and wine you’ll appreciate
Anthropolgie’s www.anthroplogie.com Fox and Hare Cheese Knives in Mangowood with brass inlays, ref. 7542233290011 £38.00 for a set of 2 and their
adorable Hop to it Bottle Opener in Brass, ref. 7542088550254, £14.00 which will add a quaint humour to your meal. Finally if breakfast is your most
important meal of the day what better way to eat your eggs than from one of Graham and Green’s www.grahamandgreen.co.uk Ceramic Animal Egg Cups, £11.95

With table-ware this attractive you really dine off the best the English countryside has to offer.

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