Kitchen tea card


The pots and pans on this kitchen tea gift card give a good indication of the likely focus for many new brides. The cookery book would probably be very useful! In the past, many young women set up their homes for the first time when they married. It was customary for the bridesmaids to organise a “kitchen tea” for the bride, at which women friends would give practical kitchen items, just like the ones pictured on this card.

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Balingup Heritage Display

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Apple growing has been a major industry in Balingup for over a hundred years, so an old apple packing shed is a fitting location for this small, well presented Heritage Display. The shed, in the...


32 Bridgetown Road
Balingup WA 6253

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7 days 9am - 4pm

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