The Q-pot Spring/Summer 2010 range of Alice in Wonderland accessories centres on the Mad Hatter's tea party. Continuing Q-pot's fondness for accessories that reference all sorts of confectionery treats, the teacup, teapot and spoon are motifs that appear in the collection.
I am enamoured with the teacup ring on the left!
The necklaces in the first picture are strung with pendants shaped like teapots pouring tea.
Each of the major characters (not the Queen of Hearts though!) has a series of accessories dedicated to them. These Alice pendants make me wish my name was Alice too.
These rings and pendants pay homage to the Cheshire Cat and the Mad Hatter.
The number 364 adorns the jewellery in the first picture. For those who need a refresher or just aren't that familiar with the story, the Mad Hatter's tea party celebrates the unbirthdays of all those present. Everybody has 364 unbirthdays a year--what better excuse for a celebration? The pocket watch on the right is a reference to the March Hare who is eternally convinced he's late.
Alice in Wonderland is one of my favourite children's tales, and I think it's whimsical and wonderful enough to be of interest to any mori girl.
Image source: Q-pot