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"Founder of the Feast" A Christmas Carol Plate


Charles Dickens completed A Christmas Carol in six weeks. In 1843 he wrote to a friend explaining how on completing it he ‘wept and laughed and wept again, and excited himself in a most extraordinary manner’ over it. It went on sale just before Christmas. A short, smaller physically and handsomely bound with a salmon brown cover, gilded design, coloured endpapers, colour-printed title page, 8 illustrations by John Leech - 4 hand tinted etchings and 4 monochrome wood engravings.

This bone china plate features a famous description of Ebenezer Scrooge by Bob Cratchit, underappreciated clerk of Scrooge, as seen in A Christmas Carol.

The mugs are created especially for the Museum as a bespoke product by James Dean Pottery in the UK.

Dishwasher safe 

Dimensions:    200mm (7.9") diameter, 20mm (0.78") depth

Dishwasher safe.



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