The Orphans Fine English China Plate
THE ORPHANS LIMITED EDITION FINE ENGLISH CHINA COUPE PLATE
FINE ENGLISH BONE CHINA COUPE PLATE
EDITION / 200
Fine English bone china coupe plate designed by Jane, featuring her intricate black Biro drawing The Orphans. This is the first design of her brown bears diptych and one of eight designs from her iconic print and china series In Homage to the Last Great Carnivores of Eurasia. It highlights threatened and endangered carnivores across the Eurasian continent. Inspired by Ivan Shishkin’s painting Morning in a Pine Forest, Jane created an ethereal forest setting for the The Orphans playground. Eerie creatures are formed from the patterns in the pine branches and foliage. This evokes the precarious world in which the cubs inhabit without their mother’s protection.
Jane's meticulous drawings take several months to research and make. A unique statement piece to display or as part of an elegant fine dining set, each plate design is a limited edition of 200. This exquisite collection is beautifully hand made to order in Stoke-on-Trent by prestigious ceramic designers and manufacturers The New English.
- Design and original Biro drawing by Jane Lee McCracken
- Limited Edition fine English bone china plate made in Stoke-on-Trent
- Edition: 200
- Each plate is individually hand numbered and comes in a beautiful purpose made gift box complete with a signed postcard by Jane
- Suitable for use and display
- Recommended Care Instructions: Soak plate in warm water and wash by hand with a non-abrasive cloth
5% of profits go directly to the Orphan Bear Rescue Centre, Russian helping rehabilitate bear cubs back to the wild.
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ORPHAN BEAR RESCUE CENTRE
The Orphan Bear Rescue Centre is located in Bubonitsy village of Tver Region, 450 km northwest of Moscow. The Centre rescues, rehabilitates, raises, and prepares orphaned brown bear cubs for independent survival in the wild. Specialists of the Center release rehabilitated cubs into the wild and carry out post-release monitoring to check if the cubs adapt well to their natural habitats.