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Shopper’s Diary: Highgrove Shop

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Shopper’s Diary: Highgrove Shop

Julie Carlson April 08, 2008

We couldn't resist this story. Prince Charles has opened a shop in the ancient Cotswold town of Tetbury, selling organic items from his Duchy line, vegetables from his estate, and all manner of garden tools and accessories: pitchforks, flowerpots, sickles, saws, gardening string, and old galvanized watering cans. Also a range of specially designed Highgrove ceramics from Stoke on Kent Burleigh Pottery. (Diehard royalists take note: The Highgrove Shop is located in a "splendid 1790 listed building"—a former bank—that has been refurbished; the nine Counting House flats above the shop are currently for sale.)

Below: If you're not planning a visit to Tetbury anytime soon, Stonewall Kitchens carries an excellent range of high-quality Burleigh pieces, including the Ironstone Breadbox ($289).

Below: Ironstone White Pouring Bowl Set; $134.99 at Joanne Hudson Basics.

Below: Numbered Ironstone Canisters; $155 for set of four at Stonewall Kitchens.

Below: We feel certain that HRH Prince Charles would approve of Stonewall Kitchen's stainless steel, oiled beech, and horsehair Dust Pan and Brush; $32.90 for the set.

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