I do actively seek out things that are "Made in England" because they should be saved and I am proud of our manufacturing heritage. After all for some of my teenage years, I lived in the Black Country where I went on school trips to learn about the role the local community had as the heart of the industrial revolution. My parents met when the both worked at Rotax Plant in Hemel Hempstead and my mother wedding dress was made from Notttingham Lace. My Grandad was a carpenter on the sets of films shot at Pinewood Studios. Vintage items are beautiful because they were designed and made as an integral part of the community and not shipped in from a far, sold for pennies and broken in moments.
Small money tin "Made in England"
Manicure set "Made in England"
Including a nail file "Made in Sheffield, England", the birthplace of stainless steel
Fabulous flask "Made in England"
Super special retro spotty design
With the word "sunshine" embossed on the lip cup
Finally, I'm not really sure if the pearls were made in England but they were pretty and well, I do like pearls.