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Comfort yourself on rainy days with the dry thought that life would be even wetter if you lived in the United Kingdom, where it rains every month of the year, from the southern tip of England, to lush Welsh and Irish valleys, and the soaking Scottish Highlands. 100% waterproof hat with wide brim and plaid lining keeps you happily dry and stylish, even in downpours. Blue or burgundy; women’s sizes S, M and L. Polyester and acrylic; wipe clean

Comfort yourself on rainy days with the dry thought that life would be even wetter if you lived in the United Kingdom, where it rains every month of the year, from the southern tip of England, to lush Welsh and Irish valleys, and the soaking Scottish Highlands. 100% waterproof hat with wide brim and plaid lining keeps you happily dry and stylish, even in downpours. Blue or burgundy; women’s sizes S, M and L. Polyester and acrylic; wipe clean

Taste these delightfully delicious, crisp, thin biscuits (English for cookies) that crunch and crumble at the bite. Three flavors make perfect accompaniments for a cup of tea: Lemon Curd made with a thick, lemony conserve. Stem Ginger, made with the choicest part of the...

Comfort yourself on rainy days with the dry thought that life would be even wetter if you lived in the United Kingdom, where it rains every month of the year, from the southern tip of England, to lush Welsh and Irish valleys, and the soaking Scottish Highlands. 100% waterproof hat with wide brim and plaid lining keeps you happily dry and stylish, even in downpours. Blue or burgundy; women’s sizes S, M and L. Polyester and acrylic; wipe clean

This little teapot has quite a history! Its origins date back to the end of the 17th Century and the birth of the British Ceramic Teapot. Ever since then, English tea drinkers have claimed that a teapot with a "Brown Betty" shape makes the best tea, thanks to the way it lets tea leaves swirl around while steeping. Handmade in Stoke-on-Trent (home of the Brown Betty since the 1600s). 48-oz. pot brews six cups. Hand wash and air dry.

It's a tour like no other of the British Isles and Ireland—from the air. Come fly the skies of England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland in rare style, from Dover and Stonehenge to Bath, Loch Ness, Edinburgh, Blarney Castle, Belfast and Tintern Abbey. Whether it's your first trip or a loving return to favorite places, Visions of Britain & Ireland will make this visit the one you'll never forget.

Part guard and part tourist attraction, these upstanding gentlemen add color, dignity and historical drama to Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London and your coffee and tea times. Tall enough to allow for the Foot Guard’s bearskin hat, each mug holds 12 3/4 oz. of your favorite warm brew. Fine china, from the esteemed pottery of James Sadler, founded in 1882 in Staffordshire, England. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Guardhouse gift box.

<p>Peter Bowles <i>(Rumpole of the Bailey)</i> gives a wry, warm, and winning performance as Major Sinclair Yeates, a “fine gentleman from England” who arrives in turn-of-the- 20th-century, pre-Independence Ireland to find he’s a fish out of water. Filmed in Ireland, based on books by the Anglo-Irish novelists Somerville and Ross, this <i>Masterpiece Theatre</i> favorite first aired in the 1980s. 18 episodes, 15 ¾ hrs, 6 DVDs, SDH.</p>

You don’t have to be Irish to love the magical pairing of Connemara marble and amethyst, suspended from a graceful, silver-plated quatrefoil Celtic knot. The ancients believed that Ireland’s rare green marble brings serenity and peace, and that amethyst increases your spiritual awareness and strength. Centuries later, the Celts created neverending knotwork as a sign that life has no beginning and no end. 2 3/4"l x 3/4"w pendant. 18"l silver-plated snake chain with secure lobster ...