Forget-Me-Not Bone China Sugar Dish

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Forget-Me-Not Bone China Sugar Dish

18.99
A Heritage Shop exclusive, this bone china sugar dish features Forget-Me-Not wildflowers, adapted from an original watercolour by acclaimed local artist Margaret Walsh Best. In Newfoundland, Forget-Me-Nots are a symbol of remembrance for the First World War. Part of our limited edition Forget-Me-Not collection. Dimensions are approximately 4 inches high by 5.5 inches handle-to-handle.
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Forget-Me-Not
Since the First World War, the Forget-Me-Not has been a symbol of remembrance in Newfoundland & Labrador. The small flowers can survive in harsh climates and flourish in the toughest terrain, symbolizing the strength and courage of the young Newfoundland soldiers. The blue represents the loyalty of the soldiers as they fought bravely for the Dominion of Newfoundland.