Ringing in the festivities with glorious Spode

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There’s something about Spode that is utterly magical. It’s elegant, timeless and beautiful… and when it comes to setting the table for a festive feast, the iconic British style, its heritage and the beauty it brings to any setting is unlike anything else I have ever experienced.

Spode is traditional, but still so relevant, modern and stunning. And in its 250th anniversary year they are celebrating by launching their very own tea-inspired gin… and it’s delicious!

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Spode-1770-Italian-Fortnums
Spode-1770-Italian-Fortnums
Spode-1770-Italian-Fortnums
Candles – Sir Gordon Bennett
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Spode-1770-Italian-Fortnums

This is Spode’s 1770 Italian tableware in Cranberry, which is sold exclusively at Fortnum & Mason. The design is just gorgeous and sipping gin and tonics from these teacups felt incredibly decadent and Christmassy :)

With skills, knowledge and expertise that have been passed down for 250 years, the Spode backstop is the mark of finest craftsmanship and will always bring a depth to any table setting.

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Spode-1770-Italian-Fortnums
Macarons by Giselle Richardson
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Spode-1770-Italian-Fortnums
Spode-1770-Italian-Fortnums
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Spode-1770-Italian-Fortnums
G&Ts all round!

Setting this beautiful table has really got me into the Christmas spirit! And with my tree arriving this weekend and a day of decorating, cookie baking and gin & tonics ahead, I am well and truly on my way to the Most Wonderful Time of The Year…

Merry (almost but not quite) month of December! We are very nearly there…

See the Spode 1770 Italian Tableware collection at Fortnum & Mason

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