Wedgwood Wild Strawberry Noir Cushion

From RRP £85.00 £63.75
Layer up your bedding with the Wedgwood Wild Strawberry Noir Cushion. Feast your eyes on this delicious design from 1964, inspired by fresh, wild strawberries. Recreating the feelings of a lazy English summer, its finely drawn leaves and flowers transport you to a country garden where the smell of cut grass hangs on a gentle…

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Layer up your bedding with the Wedgwood Wild Strawberry Noir Cushion. Feast your eyes on this delicious design from 1964, inspired by fresh, wild strawberries. Recreating the feelings of a lazy English summer, its finely drawn leaves and flowers transport you to a country garden where the smell of cut grass hangs on a gentle breeze. In the distance, a game of cricket can be heard and even if rain does occasionally stop play, it’ll never put a halt to that most English of things, afternoon tea.

The Wedgwood Wild Strawberry Noir Cushion, Curiosity meeting Creativity at its finest.

Welcome to Wedgwood, a place fuelled by curiosity, creativity and lots of tea. A confident and colourful world, where delightful ceramics have been conjured up since 1759. Let us take you on a journey of exploration with our brand-new bedding ranges, to take our iconic patterns into new wonder-filled interior spaces. Recognising that interior design is an expression of who we are, its range of trend led looks are eclectic and versatile. Perfectly suited to modern life, this proudly British brand is at the forefront of interior design, creating contemporary spaces with an eccentric, glamourous twist. Explore a world of whimsical pattern, where past meets present, and curiosity meets creativity.
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Dimensions W x D x H
50 × 50 cm
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Cushions

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Designed by Wedgwood - England 1759

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