Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Joy Finzi

Letter No.: 
Feb 14 [1934 or 1935]

The White Gates,
Westcott Road,

Dear Joyce 

What a lovely thought of yours - and the box has just come. I like having some of yr handiwork in the house immensely1
I won’t say anything about the design for I havn’t taken it in &  only had time to admire the soft grey glaze.  I must choose the right weight books for them. 
It was nice to see the green [ink] again & I hope it means you are well again. 
We would love to see you both on 24th -  Would you like to come  for lunch at 1. or later. 
This is a scrap to catch post - we are nursing a sick puss - poison or something like it. 
Love from us 


1.  Joy had studied pottery and sculpture at the Central School of Arts & Crafts. Possibly these were pottery book-ends.


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Finzi Box 10
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