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Porthilly Cove Mug
Rick Stein
Porthilly Cove Mug
£14.00

Hawker's Cove Mug
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Hawker's Cove Mug
£14.00

Harlyn Bay Mug
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Harlyn Bay Mug
£14.00

Treyarnon Bay Mug
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Treyarnon Bay Mug
£14.00

Coves Mugs Set/4 Daymer Bay, St Georges Cove, Trevone Bay and Constantine Bay, Cornwall
Rick Stein
Coves Mugs Set/4 Daymer Bay, St Georges Cove, Trevone Bay and Constantine Bay, Cornwall
£48.00

Espresso Cups Set/4
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Espresso Cups Set/4
£58.00

Cappuccino Cup & Saucer Set/2
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Cappuccino Cup & Saucer Set/2
£43.00

Constantine Bay & Treyarnon Bay Cup Set/2
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Constantine Bay & Treyarnon Bay Cup Set/2
£21.00

Sugar Bowl
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Sugar Bowl
£24.00

Creamer
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Creamer
£25.00

Cazuela Pinch Pot Set/2
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Cazuela Pinch Pot Set/2
£8.00

CAZUELA DISH SMALL
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CAZUELA DISH SMALL
£6.00

CAZUELA DISH MEDIUM
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CAZUELA DISH MEDIUM
£12.00

CAZUELA DISH LARGE
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CAZUELA DISH LARGE
£18.00

Fish Lemon Squeezer Set/2
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Fish Lemon Squeezer Set/2
£16.00

Fishy Measuring Spoons Set of 5
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Fishy Measuring Spoons Set of 5
£8.00

Lobster Cracker
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Lobster Cracker
£5.50

Scallop Shell Dish
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Scallop Shell Dish
£4.00

Lemon Nets Set of 12
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Lemon Nets Set of 12
£8.50
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About Rick Stein

Much loved British chef Rick Stein is best known for his love of seafood. Rick's cooking career began with the opening of The Seafood Restaurant in Padstow, in the venue of his former nightclub. Rick now runs many eateries across the south of England, ranging from a fish and chip shop to high end restaurants. Rick has used his expertise in cooking fish to create a fun and practical range of cookware, serveware, utensils and kitchen texiles. To create his new tabletop collection Rick launched a competition to final year Art & Design students at Falmouth University. These beautiful designs, inspired by the land and seascape of Cornish coves, were the winning entry. Coves from North Cornwall have been hand-painted in watercolour showing the depth and colour variations in the sea. The clean design of the bone china forms compliment the subtly changing shades of each cove.