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    • Emma Bridgewater

      Rice's Church Primer

      Emma Bridgewater

      <p>The countryside, towns and cities of Britain are full of churches. They represent some of the most iconic, beautiful and occasionally bizarre buildings in the country. They have a lot to say about our history, our art and our ideas. But how do you read them? Through charming illustrations, Rice's Church Primer reveals the basic grammar and vocabulary of church architecture throughout the United Kingdom. As Matthew Rice says, 'Once you can speak any language, conversations can begin, but without it communications can only be brief and brutish. The same is the case with Architecture: an inability to describe the component parts of a building leaves one tongue-tied and unable to begin to discuss what is or is not exciting, dull or peculiar about it.' With Matthew Rice's elegant and witty illustrations to guide you, suddenly you'll understand why naves are necessary, why towers are built as tall as possible and why sometimes even the most respectable church needs a good flying buttress.</p>

      £14.99

    • Emma Bridgewater

      Matthew Rice Lost City Of Stoke Book

      Emma Bridgewater

      <p>Is Stoke a joke? It has a bad name and tops the bill in 'worst places to live' lists. But it is, in fact, something strange and infinitely more valuable than the cheap gibes suggest. What other place is widely known for what it produces and actually still does it? This book is a song for Stoke: a fanfare for one of the great cities of the world's first Industrial Revolution...</p>

      £19.99

    • Emma Bridgewater

      Toast & Marmalade Book by Emma Bridgewater

      Emma Bridgewater

      <p>Emma's chatty memoir is full of beautiful photographs and stories, memories and accounts on everything from the perfect picnic to the best Country and Western singers. Toast &amp; Marmalade tells the personal stories behind her unique and popular designs, many of them derived from warm memories of childhood from her mothers welcoming kitchen to the laden dresser jammed with mismatched china and nights spent camping under the apple orchard under starry skies. Order Toast &amp; Marmalade and Other Stories today to save £5 off the RRP of £25.00. Please see our News Page for more information on Emma's book tour.</p>

      £20.00

    • Emma Bridgewater

      Emma Bridgewater Book

      Emma Bridgewater

      <p>This book is a celebration of 21 years of Emma Bridgewater. If you like our patterns and shapes then this is an essential guide.</p>

      £28.00

    • Emma Bridgewater

      Pattern by Emma Bridgewater

      Emma Bridgewater

      <p>Sweet peas or morning glory twining round a mug: a gaggle of hens, a greyhound chasing a rabbit around a plate edge: Rise &amp; Shire exhorting you to wake up with your morning coffee - everyone has their favourite Emma Bridgewater pattern. Including over twenty of Emma's family recipes and a complete list of every Bridgewater design, 'PATTERN' is a visual and story-filled celebration of Emma Bridgewater's design archive, stretching back 30 years...</p>

      £20.00

    • Emma Bridgewater

      Pattern by Emma Bridgewater Paperback Book

      Emma Bridgewater

      <p>Sweet peas or morning glory twining round a mug: a gaggle of hens, a greyhound chasing a rabbit around a plate edge: Rise &amp; Shire exhorting you to wake up with your morning coffee - everyone has their favourite Emma Bridgewater pattern. Including over twenty of Emma's family recipes and a complete list of every Bridgewater design, 'PATTERN' is a story- filled celebration of Emma Bridgewater's design archive, stretching back 30 years...</p>

      £8.95

    • Emma Bridgewater

      Matthew Rice Architectural Primer Book

      Emma Bridgewater

      <p>Rice's Architectural Primer is beautifully illustrated and explains the language of architecture and the evolution of styles from Norman castles to Norman Foster.</p>

      £14.99

    • Emma Bridgewater

      Toast & Marmalade Paperback Book

      Emma Bridgewater

      <p>Plunge into the world of pottery, family, childhood, work, motorway service stations, holidays, beaches, markets, recipes, dressing-up boxes, patchworking, country &amp; western music, picnics, camping and the lost world of telephone calls costing 2p. Emma Bridgewater looks back on her life and work, with a wonderful patchwork of stories that show the inspirations behind the Bridgewater business and how it all started after a failed attempt to find the perfect birthday present..</p>

      £8.95