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40 Giftware Review July/August 2014 www.giftwarereview.net Home & Gift preview


Stunning collection


Caspari’s (Home & Gift Stand DP1-51) Christmas collection will be on full display at Harrogate with items from its Entertaining lines such as elegantly designed paper napkins, coordinating crackers and tabletop stationery. Gift lines such as calendars, diaries, advents, jigsaws and a vast gift wrapping collection. All categories coordinate beautifully and when merchandised together offer a stunning collection. The company looks forward to welcoming you and introducing its new Autumn collection. Visit: www.CaspariOnline.com t: 01799 513010


New security feature


Mala Leather (Home & Gift Stand A28) is launching new collections with bright new colour palettes and some great new styles and designs for the new season. The Origin range has been updated and now all styles feature RFID security to prevent card details from being stolen. This feature is also included throughout new styles and colours of ladies’ collections. The Abertweed range (pictured), made with 100% British wool and leather, has a beautiful new classic green shade and some fantastic bags to complement the current range. Visit: www.malaleather.com t: 01827 67401


Exclusive designs


Innovative, exclusive and unique new designs highlight the extensive Sea Gems (Home & Gift Stand C15) jewellery and gift collections. Contemporary Sterling Silver jewellery brand Pure Origins encompasses an eclectic blend of wildlife, romantic and floral designs whilst the Celtic Lands and Mackintosh collections captivate the legacy of historic design, combining modern ideas with ancient motifs. Vibrant fine enamels transform pillboxes, compact mirrors, new scarf rings and jewellery into inspired gifts. Pens and bookmarks complete this rich and diverse heritage collection. Visit: www.seagems.co.uk t: 01736 335840


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