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 The Cape Willow Pattern, Dinner and Side Plates.

The Cape Willow Pattern, Dinner and Side Plates.

 
 

The cape willow pattern

The Cape Willow Pattern is a range of ceramics inspired by a tragic and true story that took place on a Cape farm in the early 18th Century. Using the iconic English Willow Pattern as a template, this 21st Century version is filled with local imagery which tell the tragic tale of Maria Mouton and Titus of Bengal.

They are currently available as dinner plates and side plates and cost R300 and R200 respectively. 

The plates are dishwasher and microwave friendly and are locally made.

 The first Willow Pattern plate to come out of the kilns, photographed on September the first 2017 - 303 years to the day that Maria was executed at the Castle. 

The first Willow Pattern plate to come out of the kilns, photographed on September the first 2017 - 303 years to the day that Maria was executed at the Castle.