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Robert Burns might compare his love to a beautiful rose, but when it comes to flowers of the Regency era, no painter could compare to Pierre-Joseph Redouté. Find out more about Redouté in this biographical article:
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Jane Austen Centre Apr 20
Maria Eliza Ketelby Rundell – regarded by some historians as the first "Domestic Goddess".
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Jane Austen Centre Apr 20
I was sent this by a friend and thought some of you may also appreciate it. Puns are great :) - Jenni
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Jane Austen Centre Apr 19
Happily, some men (and some women) still do, but we wish there were more. There's something wonderful about re-reading love letters, and texts and instant messages just aren't the same.
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Jane Austen Centre Apr 18
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Jane Austen Centre Apr 16
In the Georgian era you not only had to be aware of your pockets, but also your hair-pieces....
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Jane Austen Centre Apr 14
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Jane Austen Centre Apr 14
Books are so magical. Books make everything better.
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Jane Austen Centre Apr 12
Happy Friday :) ;)
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Jane Austen Centre Apr 11
We've been re-reading Sense and Sensibility having seen Greg Wise (aka Willoughby in S&S 1995) on the Great British Bake Off.
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Jane Austen Centre Apr 10
Jane Austen's portrait made with 5000 cotton tapes by Joy Pitts. Quite the undertaking! 71 words from the opening paragraph of Chapter 1 of Jane Austen’s novel Pride and Prejudice were woven onto 4000 cotton tapes and assembled in Austen’s face using only dressmaker pins.
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Jane Austen Centre Apr 9
Because good things happen when Jane Austen and Disney meet ;)
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Jane Austen Centre Apr 8
One of our recommendations for this week is our "Tea with Mr. Darcy" -a decadent and delicious serving of exquisite cakes, divine finger sandwiches and a delightful warm scone served with Dorset clotted cream and seasonal jam. Come and join us! :)
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Jane Austen Centre Apr 7
There's still time to take advantage of our weekend special offer. With loose tea, items from our exclusive Netherfield collection, and plenty more besides, there are plenty of wonderful things to choose from. Take a look at:
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Jane Austen Centre Apr 7
"Your dryads must go into black gloves, Madam, their father-in-law, Lady Nature’s second husband, is dead!" Horace Walpole writing to Lady Ossory on the death of Lancelot 'Capability' Brown. As spring is here we've turned our thoughts to gardening:
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Jane Austen Centre Apr 7
The charades from Emma may have baffled Harriet, but here we tell you how to decode them:
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Jane Austen Centre Apr 6
The Jane Austen Centre hopes to erect a bronze statue of the famous author at a location in the city later this year. What do you think? Is there an ideal location for a Jane Austen statue in Bath that springs to mind?
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Jane Austen Centre Apr 6
Finally we have the exquisite Pride and Prejudice hardback back in stock on the site! A beautiful silver-edged page Pride and Prejudice hardback that takes Jane Austen’s classic novels into the realms of bookshelf art <3
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Jane Austen Centre Apr 6
Save 20% on a selection of tea gifts in the latest Jane Austen Gift Shop newsletter!
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