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www.giftwarereview.net Giftware Review May/June 2014 47 Bee friendly


Since launching in 2012, Beefayre (Home & Gift Stand DP2-43) has enjoyed huge success with its range of Natural Plant Wax Candles, Diffusers, Body & Bath products and Greeting Cards. New for 2014 is the ‘Bee Garden’ Homeware collection, consisting of melamine table mats, coasters, mugs and tea towels. Your customers can now enjoy the Waggledance and Bee Garden candles in the company’s new gift box sets, containing three small scented candles in a lovely box, with small gift card. RRP £24. 3% of profits go to Bee Conservation, something Beefayre is passionate about. Visit: www.beefayre.com t: 01858 434492


Enchanting Anatolia awaits Stunning RibbonWick


From Xystos comes RibbonWick’s stunning new Scalloped Glass Collection, which features flowing curves and 18 of the brand’s most popular speciality fragrances, while Coral Sands, Sweet Embers, Moonstruck and Pink Cupcake are also fresh to the market. There are also extensions to the Décor White and Décor Glass ranges, including Peach Poppies, which is pictured. Visit: www.xystostrade.co.uk t: 0191 499 1570


From soaps fit for Ottoman sultans, through scented candles inspired by the orient, to delectably appealing bath cupcakes and bombs, all of Ottoman Scent Co’s products draw on centuries-old aspects of Turkish heritage. The company’s soaps are still meticulously hand-crafted by the descendants of the original artisans living in the same area of Turkey, and its candles, bath cupcakes and bath bombs are handmade in rural Wales. Visit: www.ottomanscent.com t: 01633 619 196


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