British Colour Standard - an historical 1930’s colour matching system dating back to the times when dyed strips of ribbon and wool were used to specify uniforms to flags and products such as post-boxes to battleships - across the then British Empire.
Modernised for a softer approach in our digital world.
An eighteenth century colour name, this fresh green colour was determined by matching to fresh uncooked peas. A glossy, gourmet green with glittering, gilt lettering.
Light, white bone china cup, with dishwasher-safe gilt lettering.