In Which a Christmas Pudding is Devoured

George_Woodward__Christmas_Pudding_c1796_01b_LWLGeorge Woodward, The Christmas Pudding, circa 1796. (Lewis Walpole Library)

The young lad, scoffing his Christmas pudding at a tripod table, is sitting on a chair with a rather splendid (and festive looking) case.

Below is a copy of The Christmas Pudding by Charles Williams, made some ten years after Woodward’s print.

Charles_Williams__Christmas_Pudding_c1806_01a_LWLCharles Williams, The Christmas Pudding, circa 1806. (Lewis Walpole Library)

Season’s greetings to one and all!

Jack Plane

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About Jack Plane

Formerly from the UK, Jack is a retired antiques dealer and self-taught woodworker, now living in Australia.
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One Response to In Which a Christmas Pudding is Devoured

  1. hughjengine says:

    Many puddings and mince pies to you and Virginia!
    Cheers,
    Burbidge.

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