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Bespoke 77 welcomes Alice to portfolio

Company teams with the British Library for new Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland collection.

Bespoke 77 Innovations is continuing to build up its licensing portfolio, teaming with the British Library to create new gift and homeware for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

The new range has been created from the sketches in the original Lewis Carroll books and manuscripts, which are owned by the British Library.

The collection includes a celebration of the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party with fine gilded bone china cup and saucers, tea pot, cake stand, tea plates and mugs.

There is also a gilded bone china trinket box and thimble for collectors.

Within the homewares collection, there is an apron, heavyweight canvas shopping bag and tea towels.

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland was first released in 1865 with the fantasy tales having inspired and endured for over 150 years.

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