Tin work, known in Mexico as hojalata, goes back to the 16th century.
Known as ‘poor man’s silver’, it is perfect for decorations; light to hang
and the embossed detailing catches the light beautifully.
Designed in-house, the decorations began life as pencil drawings inspired
by various characters from frescoes in early English country churches,
medieval tapestries and early Staffordshire pottery. These sketches were
then developed with skilled craftsmen in Mexico to create this collection.