Royal Crown Derby is one of the few original fine bone china manufacturers that still remains in Britain today, 100% producing in Britain. Theirs is a history with an illustrious heritage in British society.
All over the world collectors of the Imari pattern are smitten and it's easy to understand why. Rich in colour and design it is their most highly sought after china pattern.
1901 brought us Old Imari and 1902 brought us Traditional Imari. We celebrate those two circa's with utmost respect and honour as we have a very nice collection of pieces that have arrived over this past week.
Not for the faint of heart but for the love of something elegantly beautiful - in your china cabinet or on your dinner table.
Every week the most fun and amazing items arrive here at the store. We are delighted every day and there isn't one day that disappoints.
New arrivals boast some vintage cameras, gadgetry, gorgeous glass, cold weather reading material to curl up with, useful housewares, whimsically and entertaining painted furniture and a wonderful assortment of personal accessories. Alongside all of those are some wonderful dining furniture options.
Hunker down to all of this and enjoy this weeks array!
Don't let the cold weather stop you from shopping with us here at The Singing Lady!
Tammie & The Singing Lady Team
It's official! Our new "Encore" reward card is a hit. Since we introduced it many of you have taken advantage of that additional 10% savings. When you spend $100 (pre-HST), receive an Encore card that you can redeem for an additional 10% off your next purchase. There is no registration required and you can even give it to a friend or family member. No muss, no fuss!
Every day, we get new arrivals — fabulous finds you won't find anywhere else. Here is a small sampling of the new arrivals from the last week but there are many more in the store. We currently have over 6,000 items in the store and it keeps changing all the time. Our motto is, "If you snooze, you lose!". If you see something you like, you had better snatch it up quick because there is a good chance it won't be there the next time you visit.
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