A glorious symbol of hope and positive thinking, our faux poppy arrangement is a wonderful tonic at any time of year. The French impressionist Monet thought so and painted dazzling fields of these lovely flowers like carpets of rubies fading into the distance.
Originally launched in 1972, Portmeirion®’s celebrated Botanic Garden design perfectly captures the growing trend for all things traditional and British, as well as giving avid collectors another beautiful piece to enthuse about and now available in a Poppy design, this clock is practical and is collectable, making a stunning addition to your country kitchen or dining room, as well as matching other Botanic Garden pieces you may have.
Read about the poppy’s significance and symbolism in conflict, from the First World War to the present day. Clearly and cleverly written by modern conflict archaeologist, Matthew Leonard, Poppyganda is a fascinating study of this iconic symbol of war.
Bring summer to your every day with these colourful floral print scarves. Soft and pretty accessories for any time of year, the lightweight scarves can be worn with virtually anything to give it a beautifully feminine look.
Bring some artistic flair to even the dullest day with this elegant umbrella. A beautiful gift for art lovers, the canopy is printed with a reproduction of Impressionist artist Claude Monet’s ‘Poppy Field’ (‘Les Coquelicots’).