This card displays the unique Chinese wallpaper of the Chinese Room at Dalemain Mansion. This intricately hand-painted wallpaper was brought to Dalemain in the 18th century, and is riotously alive with birds, insects and flowers.
Drink from this utterly delightful mug covered in the birds and flowers that paper the Chinese Room at Dalemain. The wallpaper was brought to Dalemain in the 1750's as a balance in a tea ship and is one of the oldest examples of wallpaper from the time in England.
Written by Frances Wilkins, this book tells the story of 100 Dalemain roses. From the Author: "There are more than 100 roses in the gardens at Dalemain. These were bred by people living in the UK, Europe and the Americas. This book considers the roses in the context of their breeders. The result is the first in a series of stories about The History behind Rose Gardens."
We have a wide variety of Dalemain postcards available. These A6-size postcards feature photography by Hermione Hasell-McCosh, and are a great little extra!
If you're stuck for gift ideas this year, our green jute bags teamed with a trio of Dalemain Marmalades are the perfect present! Please note: this product is the jute bag only, and does not include any marmalades.
"This bag could contain a year's supply of Dalemain Marmalade." The perfect jute shopping bag for marmalade lovers and it can carry up to a massive 20kg! Height 40cm x Width 36cm x Gusset 18cm
Keep the spirit of the Marmalade Festival going all year round with our orange Marmalade Festival pens! BLACK INK
The perfect bag for transporting your marmalade!
The only colour mug we like to drink from at Dalemain!
Inspired by Syria’s Narenj Trees (bitter orange) #8YearsGone since the beginning of the Syrian conflict, but Syrian lives continue to be shattered. MarmalAid is a small reminder of the beautiful tastes of Syria that once delighted our palettes and enchanted our senses. The new, handmade, limited edition of MarmalAid is delicately infused with the scent of roses to conjure the memory of the beautiful roses found in every Damascene home. The marmalade recipe is inspired by Syria's Narenj trees (bitter orange) which grow in the courtyards of old Damascus houses. PRODUCT A medium-cut bitter orange marmalade infused with rosewater and made by award winning Wild and Fruitful, a Cumbria-based jam maker. You can enjoy MarmalAid on buttery toast, make cocktails with it, or even use it to glaze a ham; it can add a delicious bitter orange rosewater infusion to even the simplest dish. 220g.
Get drawing with our Dalemain pencils! They are available in four different colours: black, navy, green, and burgundy, and are a great little extra! The text on the side reads: Dalemain Historic House, Cumbria.