William Morris fondant lovelies

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A tin of limited edition William Morris Fondant Lovelies.

Contains 16 soft sugar fondant pieces per tin with mixed flavours: orange, raspberry, lemon, almond, pear, violet. Please note - the proportions can be variable.

These confectionery treats are handmade, delicious and all natural.

About William Morris in the British Museum

William Morris was one of the most influential figures of the British Victorian era, and in 1861 founded the interior design firm of Morris, Marshall, Faulkner, & Co. with other leading artistic figures, such as Edward Burne- Jones. Calling themselves "fine art workmen", they deliberately broke down the modern barrier between fine and decorative art, and established an equivalent to the cooperative guilds of the Middle Ages. Morris & Co. designed murals, embroidery, stained glass, and tiles, often with nature motifs such as this floral pattern.

Currently in the Museum's Britain, Europe and Prehistory department are several earthenware tiles designed by William Morris and painted at Morris & Co.


Click here to view the earthenware tiles in the Museum's online collection.

  • Product Code: CMCN505030
  • THEME: Stocking filler
  • SUBTITLE: British Museum
  • Details: Ingredients:Sugar, glucose syrup, essential oils of lemon and sweet orange, flavours, natural colouring agents: oenocyanin, cochineal extract, curcumine, chlorophyllin copper complexes, indigo carmine. In variable proportion.
  • Weight: 0.18 Kg

A tin of limited edition William Morris Fondant Lovelies.

Contains 16 soft sugar fondant pieces per tin with mixed flavours: orange, raspberry, lemon, almond, pear, violet. Please note - the proportions can be variable.

These confectionery treats are handmade, delicious and all natural.

About William Morris in the British Museum

William Morris was one of the most influential figures of the British Victorian era, and in 1861 founded the interior design firm of Morris, Marshall, Faulkner, & Co. with other leading artistic figures, such as Edward Burne- Jones. Calling themselves "fine art workmen", they deliberately broke down the modern barrier between fine and decorative art, and established an equivalent to the cooperative guilds of the Middle Ages. Morris & Co. designed murals, embroidery, stained glass, and tiles, often with nature motifs such as this floral pattern.

Currently in the Museum's Britain, Europe and Prehistory department are several earthenware tiles designed by William Morris and painted at Morris & Co.


Click here to view the earthenware tiles in the Museum's online collection.

  • Product Code: CMCN505030
  • COMPOSITION: Stocking filler
  • Weight: 0.18 Kg