Lord of the Manor coffee pot modeled by Shane Ridge and produced by Royal Doulton of Burslem, England, in a 2003 limited edition of 1,500. The Lord of the Manor is responsible for many things in the household and surrounding ground, as well as conducting his chosen profession. He is also in charge of his sons' education which includes how to manage the Manor and follow in the family business. The Bunnykins Country Manor Tea Set is based on characters from the household of a typical English country manor at the beginning of the twentieth century. Royal Doulton Bunnykins tableware and figurines are popular ceramic designs manufactured as nursery dishes and collectible figurines. It originated with artwork by Sister Mary Barbara Bailey, the daughter of Cuthbert Bailey, general manager of Doulton during the 1930s. Sister Mary Barbara provided illustrations to the designers of Royal Doulton. The Lord's left arm holding an umbrella forms the handle of the teapot while the "Bunnykins Times" newspaper forms the spout.
Country Manor Teaset