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The quintessential part of an Afternoon Cream Tea.

Scones, clotted cream and jam (in this case raspberry...my favourite). You warm, split and butter the scone then spread it with a big dollop of jam and cover with whipped heavy cream.

There is great controversy about where the humble scone originates, there are accounts from Scotland, Wales and even the Romans, but wherever it comes from it is now a mainstay of British ebible culture.

How to pronounce the word scone splits the British population. I say it to rhyme with "cone" but many say it to rhyme with "gone". Apparently my pronunciation makes me posh...mmmm....

Designed completely by me ;)

I can make scones with strawberry jam, lemon curd, gooseberry preserve...basically any scone spreader imaginable...just ask ;D

Made from felt and stuffed with polyfil. Completely hand sewn and stuffed.

Please note that as each pudding is hand cut and sewn, the jam & cream may very slightly in each piece.

3 inches or 8 cms in diameter

© Ouissi of British Cream Tea

Raspberry Jam Scone Recycled Felt Food Sculpture


  • Materials: felt, polyfil, thread, love
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
  • Feedback: 78 reviews
  • Favorited by: 22 people