Owl and Pussycat Napkin Rings
Inspired by the poem by Edward Lear, a gorgeous owl and pussycat sit on a pair of textured pewter oval shaped napkin rings.
Perfect little presents for the happy couple, or for any special occasion.
"The Owl and the Pussycat went to sea, in a beautiful pea-green boat."
Our silver coloured owl and pussycat napkin holders make an ideal gift for birthdays, Christmas, weddings and Christenings.
The pair of serviette rings are exclusive to our showroom and gloverandsmith.co.uk
They are not available from any of our other stockists.
The Owl and the Pussycat
"O let us be married! too long we have tarried:
But what shall we do for a ring?" - Edward Lear
The famous nonsense poem by Edward Lear was first published in 1871. Featuring four animals – an owl, cat, pig, and turkey, the poem tells the story of the love between the title characters, who marry in the land "where the Bong-tree grows".
The term "runcible" as in runsible spoon, was invented for the poem.
The oval shaped ring is approx. 6cm (2.4”) long by 2.5cm (1”) high. The cat is 3cm (1.2”) tall and the owl is 2.2cm (0.9”).
Both napkin rings are presented in an organza gift bag.
All our serviette holders are made using polished lead free pewter which is non-tarnishing (that was the lead). Because we use solid metal, the surface of the napkin rings will never flake or rust. Simply wash with warm soapy water to clean.