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www.giftwarereview.net Giftware Review May/June 2014 19


Eye-catching and individual


Walsh Glass Designs is a small dynamic business producing hand blown glassware in the heart of Devon. Each eye-catching stopper produced is handmade so no two pieces are exactly the same, giving them an individual quality. Further collections are available and can be seen on the company’s website, ranging from scent bottles to one-off wall installations. Walsh Glass Designs is happy to work on bespoke orders tailoring colours, styles and designs to suit your clients’ needs. Visit: www.walshglassdesigns.co.uk t: 07825255270


Simple stem vases Exclusive designs


Produced from recycled glass and toughened to take casseroles and pans straight from the heat, these robust place mats and coasters withstand temperatures up to 280°c. The products look stunning either entertaining at a formal dinner party or for everyday use. They are also dishwasher proof. Made in the UK, these exclusive designs, painted by the artist Camilla Clutterbuck, are exclusive to Gadd & Company. Visit: www.gaddandco.com t: 01285 641453


The Stem Vase Collection from Dartington (Exclusively Housewares Stand 451) is just one of the many new ranges to be launched this Summer. Designed to make life simple, with these vases you can display single stems proudly to make a statement in the home and can even hold a small cluster of flowers beautifully. With five jewel-like, transparent colours and slow curving sides these vases are sleek and stylish: a perfect pick up gift. Complete with gift tube packaging. RRP £20. Visit: www.dartington.co.uk t: 01805 626262


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