Plum & Ashby's
Made In England

We're feeling particularly patriotic this week as the Queen continues to celebrate her 90th Birthday and this Saturday is St. George's Day! Lots of things that make us feel proud to be British, especially when we can talk about our wonderful products made by experts and creatives up and down the country!
We like to show off our products that are made close to home as we think it's great to be able to support local production where possible and the stories behind the making is always nice to share, too! 
These unique combinations, from candles to lotions to washes, are all made in the North of England. The fragrances are just divine, but don't just take our word for it! Head over to our blog post to read a few reviews from bloggers! It's probably time to try our Seaweed & Samphire or Green Fig & Lavender wash and lotion or fill your home with our delightful candles!
The lovely chocolate or nude leather straps are hand made in Cambridge and make it ideal for taking on a long walk or finding the perfect spot on a long beach.
Woven exclusively in Wales are our Pure New wool throws. Pure New wool is super soft and ideal for keeping warm on cosy mornings and chilly evenings. We've picked a neutral colour palette that will compliment any interior.
Our lovely illustrations of Bertie and his furry friends feature on our birthday cards and wrapping paper and are printed in London!
The wonderful pull along Bertie is beautifully hand made and painted exclusively for us in Suffolk by a traditional, family run toy business. What a special house warming gift or something to hold on to as a family heirloom. 
Knitted by an expert group of ladies in Devon, these cushions are just divine and a really special piece. It takes about 12 hours to create each one of our hand knitted cushions made from a luxurious Merino wool yarn from the Emerald Isle. 
All of our ceramics, from the Bertie bits to our mugs and bowls are exclusively hand made from the North of England to Warwickshire. We love that each one of our ceramics could be slightly different to another, meaning they are that little bit more unusual and unique.

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