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Liquorice Allsorts have been an essential in the British sweetshop since 1899...and now you can wear your favourites!!
Liquorice allsorts consist of a variety of liquorice sweets sold as a mixture. They are made of liquorice, sugar, coconut, aniseed jelly, fruit flavourings and gelatine. They come in little square "sandwiches", coconut "wheels, tubes, sprinkle covered jellies and little liquorice Berties.
They were first produced in Sheffield, England by Geo. Bassett & Co Ltd and this is the make that is foremost in the British child's memories mainly because of their mascot: Bertie Bassett – a jolly figure constructed entirely from Allsorts ;)
Allsorts were the product of a happy accident. One day in 1899, a company salesman, Charlie Thompson, was showing a potential client a tray of different types of sweets. The client was seemingly distinctly underwhelmed until Thompson accidentally knocked the tray over, whereupon the resulting chaotic mix of sweets invented themselves in the client’s eyes as an instant new brand.
This listing is for 1 liquorice allsorts badge/brooch/pin: The pink coconut wheel.
Your badge will arrive to you on a little tag, wrapped in a traditional stripped paper sweetie bag.
Designed completely by me ;)
Made from felt and stuffed with polyfil and sewn onto a stainless steel pin. Completely hand sewn and stuffed.
1 inch or 2.5 cms wide
3/4 inches or 2 cms tall
© Ouissi of British Cream Tea
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by British Cream Tea within 3 days of receiving payment.
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