In 1814 a former flour miller by the name of Jeremiah Colman took over a mustard manufacturing business, at a water mill, based on the river Tas, Norwich. By 1866, Jeremiah was appointed mustard maker to Queen Victoria and Colman's was granted the Royal Seal, which can still be seen on all Colman's products and is known to still be used by Her Majesty’s household today.
In 1903, Colman's bought rival mustard manufacturer Keen & Son, making Colman's a household name and spawning the saying 'keen as mustard'; known to be one of the oldest and most successful existing British food brands. The idiom 'Keen as Mustard' is a play on the double meaning of keen, in regards being both enthusiastic and biting.
Vintage Composition Doll,
Vintage Colman's Mustard Tin,
Vintage Copper Posser,
Vintage Patty Pan Tins,
Vintage Dariole Tin,
Vintage Copper Funnel,
4x 15W Coloured Bayonet Cap Pygmy Lamps,
Old English Antique Brass Bayonet Cap Lamp holders,
3 Core Dark Brown Silk Covered Flexible Cable,
Tough Plug fitted with a 3 Amp Fuse,
Various Nuts, Bolts, and Washers,
Please be advised:
Though these assemblage sculptures contain vintage doll components that may have once been played with by children, this piece is not a toy to be played with.
As with all bulbs, they get hot! I use low 15 wattage bulbs on each piece but the bulbs still shed heat, so be advised to display your piece in a suitable location.
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Also note - as these sculptures operate on UK voltage (220-240 V 50 Hz) you will need a voltage converter to use them overseas.