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The Rocking Horse

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 Princes William and Harry at Kensington Palace.

Introduction
At the first Woburn China event in June 2003, this marked a turning point. There was usually only one Signing Special per detailed design. But all the early birds wanted this with some coming far for the start. After a wait Hazle declared 10 would be painted, with short runs for most of the other Specials. Thereafter this became the norm for every Hazle Signing!

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Hazle Ceramics
The Rocking Horse
Artist’s Proof & No 1/10
Woburn Signing Special
on Tunbridge Wells

 With 1500s oak frame and 1700s frontage. Queen Victoria visited her biscuit makers here in 1876. The sign below is round the side near the door.

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 E H Shepard of Winnie the Pooh fame and other illustrators designed Christmas tins for Romary such as the Victorian Pantiles seen above.

 Humpty Dumpty: “All The Queen’s horses and all The Queen’s men” can put him together again!

 Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret Rose in the early 1930s, possibly in their former London home at 17 Bruton Street which sadly no longer exists.

 Alphabet blocks that are seen on the ceramic.

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