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Window shopping


“THERE’S SOME LOVELY JEWELLERY IN THE CABINET OF SPARKLY STUFF”


toy by Orange Tree – we loved the miniature animal skittles (£16.95). Older children (and their grown ups) might appreciate a retro gift – we have a particular fondness for the Ridley’s Giant Bouncer – aka an orange space hopper – for £15.95. With winter on its way, a small selection of Joules clothing for kids is ideal for finding welly boots in a quirky print or a cosy yet stylish fleece. Along the corridor and in the


main room, you’ll find ‘grown up’ gifts, including Brixton Pottery ceramics, sterling silver keepsake pieces (such as smart cheese knives and presentation dishes) by Culinary Concepts and some lovely jewellery – with pieces for every budget, from pretty sterling silver in the cabinet of sparkly stuff, to the good value but well-designed Joma range of silver plated designs. Premium beauty products are well


represented, and we were pleased to see a local brand in stock – The


The back room displays gorgeous home and garden accessories


Somerset Toiletry Company. There’s also a lovely selection of other smellies, such as candles and room fragrances by Heyland & Whittle, signature natural wax candles by Max Benjamin, and the affordably priced but deliciously scented Naturally European beauty brand – we liked their lavender hand cream for £6.95. Whether you’re looking for the


perfect gift, or a treat for yourself, there’s something for every budget and taste at Cadeaux & Co. Even a £2 Miss Patisserie Bath Macaroon will brighten someone’s day… WL


Cadeaux & Co, 5 High Street, Wells, BA5 2AA Tel: 01749 672332 www.cadeauxandco.co.uk


A wide choice of beautiful cards and gift wrap here


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