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www.giftwarereview.net Giftware Review July/August 2014 55


Home & Gift preview Wearable art


Established for over 20 years Hazel Atkinson Jewellery (Home and Gift Stand QS33) produces original hand crafted anodized aluminium jewellery. This award winning, highly colourful and very wearable art is available in hundreds of galleries across the U.K. Every piece is individually hand-decorated at Hazel’s Nottingham studios. Intricate patterning coupled with the finest workmanship has proved a winning combination with women of all ages. Prices range from £6 to £18.50. A free ring with every order placed at the show. Visit: www.hazelatkinsonjewellery.co.uk t: 01159 411110


Girly fun


2014 marks 10 years since the Lolita® product first hit the market in the US and the brand’s lasting appeal is testament to artist Lolita’s girly sense of fun. At Home & Gift, licensee Gaeltag (Home & Gift Stand DP4- 5) will be previewing its Christmas range, introducing beautiful seasonal items which will make wonderful gifts or lasting table accessories. Also making a first appearance will be a number of new wine glasses including glitzy, jewel-encrusted new addition, ‘Quiet Night In’, set to blow the socks off any lover of glam. Visit: www.lolitadesigns.co.uk t: 020 8998 1781


Candlelight reinvented


WoodWick’s sister brand RibbonWick – slogan ‘Candlelight Reinvented’ – features stylish glass and ceramic vessels. Its secret technology is said to give a mellower burn than that of a wooden wick or cotton wick. Seven new fragrances will be available from Xystos (Home & Gift, Stand CM1-5) at Home & Gift – including Cinnamon Ribbon and Peppermint Truffle – available in medium and large sizes in the Décor Glass range, while the Scalloped Glass Collection has three new scents, including Golden Pumpkin and Frosted Balsam. Visit: www.xystostrade.co.uk t: 0191 499 1570


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