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Tale of Ginger & Pickles

Introduction
Shop owners Ginger & Pickles give free credit and go bust! When rival Tabitha Twitchit raises her prices, Sally Henny Penny re-opens the shop without credit.Animals from earlier tales are part of the story. The Tailor (of Gloucester) on the piece was Beatrix’s favourite tale.

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Hazle Ceramics
Tale of Ginger & Pickles
Limited Painting of 30
on St Albans

 Pickles & Ginger with Jeremy Fisher left. This 1909 tale uses a former actual shop at Near Sawrey, then in Lancashire.

£145 Worldwide
With Free Postage

Beatrix Potter 1866-1943
Raised in London but with Lancashire roots, rural family holidays such as to the Lakes or Scotland inspired Beatrix. London’s Frederick Warne & Co published her 23 Tales and more from 1902-30. The Pre-Raphaelites were among many artistic influences. Experts still refer to her scientific fungi paintings. In 1905 after editor and fiancé Norman Warne died, Beatrix finalised their dream purchase of Hill Top Farm in Sawrey. She settled in the village full time after marrying local solicitor William Heelis in 1913. A keen Lakes farmer and conservationist, she bred her prize-winning Herdwick sheep ideal for fell grazing. The Heelis’s 18 farms were left to The National Trust.

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 Peter Rabbit, Squirrel Nutkin and Old Brown owl in Nutkin tale are on ceramic with Jemima Puddleduck in side view only.

 The ceramic’s main window has these cats and provisions.

 Mrs Tiggy-Winkle, Peter and Benjamin Bunny with Samuel Whiskers and Sally.

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