The National Trust is home to a huge collection of items. Some are works of art of national significance, others are a little more mundane but nevertheless special and important. We here present five pie themed items from places around the Midlands.
Famous for its Pre-Raphaelite collection, Wightwick also houses a beautiful pair of pie moulds.
Fine dining deserves the best in tableware, so how about this Wedgwood pie dish found at Sunnycroft?
To look its best a pie needs a crimped edge. This tool from the collection at Sudbury should do the job.
There's nothing humble about a pie served in a dish like this one from Attingham.
Mr Straw's House has an extraordinary collection of domestic items, so it's no surprise to find plenty of pie-related things, including this tin of pie filling.
The places we care for house extensive collections of art and items of historical interest. Here are a few highlights to enjoy.
From luxurious afternoon tea to a cuppa with a striking view, you'll find it all at one of our tea-rooms.