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www.giftwarereview.net Giftware Review July/August 2014 61 Home & Gift preview


Adventures anywhere


Playrama (Home & Gift Stand G29) are traditional card play sets. In each set you will find a building, props and several delightful characters all illustrated by Leo Hartas. Simple tabs allow them to stand up, prompting children to invent stories almost anywhere. They promote imaginative and creative play, and make easy-to-post fun gifts, that are much more than a greetings card. The range is growing to cover all the popular themes for boys and girls. Visit: www.playrama.co.uk t: 01823 672997


Peter Rabbit and Jemima


Alongside its best selling Selecta Wooden Toys and Clemens Bears, A M International (Home & Gift Stand D36) is launching a new collection of Peter Rabbit and Jemima baby and christening gifts. Designed by the famous Reutter Porcelain company and handcrafted in Germany, the collection includes breakfast, eating and porringer sets, eggcups, mugs and moneyboxes with lock and key. The delicate, contemporary designs come in new soft pastel boxes ideal for shop display and mail order alike and the range is carefully priced for maximum sales appeal. Visit: www.am-international-agencies.com t: 01246 269723


New from WoodWick


Xystos (Home & Gift, Stand CM1-5) best seller, WoodWick – the candle with the crackling wick – will add nine new fragrances to the core range for Harrogate. They include Sonoma Sunset and Cranberry, while Canyon and Vanille join the male- oriented Reserve Collection. Peace & Joy, Autumn Comforts and After Sunset are new WoodWick Trilogy scents, while there is a facelift for the Inspirational range which has five new vessels – Faith, Family, Friends, Happy Birthday and Love. There are also three new patterns in WoodWick Accessories. Visit: www.xystostrade.co.uk t: 0191 499 1570


Christmas sparkle


Candle bag designers Tindra™ will be introducing new products to add extra Swedish sparkle to the Christmas season. Alongside the company’s ‘Write & Light’ Alphabet candle bag Wordkits and individual letters for personalised greetings, there will be new candlebags featuring festive messages, and new chic and contemporary tree decorations. Tindra products offer style and a magical ambiance that’s just right for a beautiful Christmas. Gaeltag Keltika (Home & Gift Stand DP4-5) will be showing Tindra™ at Harrogate. Visit: www.tindra4u.com t: 020 8998 1781


Original and humourous


Created by Laureston Designs (Home & Gift Stand D31), 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. New designs this year include Dolphin, Seahorse, Cyclist and an angry Golf Ball. Visit: www.winesavers.net t: 01803 201232


Exciting new brands


Uworldwide (Home & Gift Stand DP4 – 46) is pleased to launch exciting new brands and products at the show. Look for; M Clip the world’s finest money clip, PRATO Umbrella stands, Cascada Art Umbrella Collection and the exclusive World’s First Folding Pagoda Umbrella. All available to order now. UK distributors for Bugatti, S Oliver, Doppler, Blunt, FARE, Carbon Steel Umbrellas & the Rollor Suit Carrier. Fab offers for new orders placed during the show. Visit: www.uworldwide.com t: 01204 238 300


Proppa Toppa are renowned for stylish velour waterproof packable hats & winter cosies.


Lots of tempting scrummy new designs for Autumn/Winter 2014


www.proppatoppa.co.uk hats@proppatoppa.co.uk Tel: 01691 773752 Home & Giſt 13th - 16th July Stand DP3-33


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