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www.giftwarereview.net Giftware Review May/June 2014 23 Table & Kitchenware Original and humourous New from Pyrex


The Attraction range from Pyrex (Exclusively Housewares Stand 444) features market leading technology with its secure magnetised smart handle. The handle can be easily and safely clicked on and off of pans, meaning only one handle is required when cooking. The range, available in a stylish grey colour, consists of seven different products, all reinforced with a high quality non-stick coating material. Pyrex Attraction is safe for all hobs, including induction, and has an incredible ten year product guarantee. Visit: www.pyrexuk.com t: 01564 786 030


Bikes are back


Le Tour is the stunning new kitchen textile collection from C’est Ca. With the Tour de France starting in the UK this year, and cycling growing in popularity, this cream and black vintage bicycle fabric makes a real statement. The Le Tour collection includes a choice of aprons, tea towel, tea cosy, double oven glove and gauntlet. All items made in the UK, visit the website to download the new textile brochure. Visit: www.ictc.co.uk t: 01603 488019


Created by Laureston Designs, Winesavers is a range of hand painted novelty bottle stoppers. The company’s collection of over 200 designs includes Sports, Professions, Animals, Christmas and “Cheeky”. Unique, original and humorous, these are an affordable gift for every occasion and will add an extra dimension to any table setting, including the Summer BBQ. New designs this year include Dolphin, Seahorse, Cyclist and an angry Golf Ball. Visit: www.winesavers.net t: 01803 201232


100 years of experience


With over 100 years of design and manufacturing experience, L J Millington Silversmiths combines modern and traditional manufacturing skills to create contemporary Sterling Silver gifts. The family business offers gifts for all occasions, including Christening Cups, Photoframes, Pens, Tableware and Candlesticks. The company designs and works with international brands, national retailers, and local high street stores. L J Millington, one of the few silversmiths to use CAD Design with modern 3D Printing, welcomes bespoke and corporate enquiries. Visit: www.ljmillington.co.uk t: 0121 523 2846


Icy inspirations


Heather Power’s inspiration for her images comes from the winter landscape around her home in Oxfordshire. The images of the winter trees, seed heads and grasses are screen printed from her original drawings on to clear or black glass. The image is then capped with another layer of clear glass and then fused together. This ensures the image is then protected from damage when used. Some of the pieces are then kiln formed into various items. These range from coasters and small dishes to large platters. It is also possible to personalise items with text for special events and occasions. Visit: www.heatherpower.co.uk t: 01865 331365


Intuitive baking


Pyrex (Exclusively Housewares Stand 444) has introduced a smart and intuitive baking solution to its range. AsimetriA is a collection of new non-stick metal bakeware products designed to ensure ease of use and handling. Reflecting the needs of busy homeowners, the new AsimetriA metal bakeware products feature a large, grip handle with upwards incline, supported by a small handle on the opposite side. The products’ carbon steel composition is strong, durable, but remains light and allows for rapid heat diffusion, which is perfect for evenly baked cakes. Visit: www.pyrexuk.com t: 01564 786 030


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