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www.giftwarereview.net Giftware Review July/August 2014 63


Home & Gift preview A winning formula


Expect more meerkat merriment as Dolly, Robin and Poirot join the Magnificent Meerkat clan. Each resin figurine is handmade and hand painted to the highest standards. Taking a light-hearted look at some of the most illustrious meerkat heroes throughout the ages, Country Artists’ Magnificent Meerkats series was first introduced in June 2010, and since then has amassed a huge following. Combining the curious human-like behaviour of the meerkat with highly recognisable personalities from history has proved a winning formula. Brought to you from Enesco (Home & Gift Stand CM1). Visit: www.enesco.co.uk t: 01228 404022


Best seller


Julie Dodsworth (Home & Gift Stand M9) is a British artisan designer who works and lives on her narrowboat - Calamity Jane. The heritage designs reflect the colour of the waterways with a beautiful romantic twist. Julie’s collaborations include Churchill China, Wax Lyrical, Arthur Price and Dartington Crystal. The recent global launch of the Julie Dodsworth range with Barbour has sparked the love for Julie’s designs on other fashion accessories. The Fulton range of umbrellas and the beautiful city bags by McCaw Allan complement the already successful JD Barbour collection. The best seller New England city bag by McCaw Allan, launched S/S14 is pictured. Visit: www.dodsworths.com t: 01423 360818


Vintage inspired


A battered brown suitcase crammed full of faded postcards, stamps and scraps of vintage fabric has become the inspiration behind the LoveOlli (Home & Gift Stand DP2-19a) range, established by designer Olive McCaughan in 2012. All of LoveOlli’s products are exclusively designed by Olive and then manufactured by a wonderful group of British and Irish suppliers to bring you a unique range of vintage inspired gifts with a fresh contemporary twist. Visit: www.loveolli.co.uk t: 0787 2972 020


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Robin Reed Crackers www.RobinReed.com Crackers@RobinReed.com


He may not like to be reminded of it but Julian Reed is no whipper snapper when it comes to the cracker industry. He has been making crackers for nearly 40 years – he was just 13 years old when he made his first box. It is a great success story his company Robin Reed now sell worldwide from Australia to Norway and are one of the longest established manufacturers. “The reason we make superb crackers, they are all still made by hand and carefully crafted in the traditional way with paper. This is what makes them special and keeps our customers coming back every year for more.”


Creating a buzz


Beefayre’s (Home & Gift Stand DP2-43) fabulous new Homeware Collection is creating quite a buzz this year, using an on- trend pastel palette of colours, across melamine mats, coasters and bone china mugs. The collection also includes pretty tea towels, an apron and quality double oven glove. Also new for 2014 is the ‘Waggledance’ three candle box set, complete with matching gift card. (RRP £24) Made in England, using the finest natural ingredients. Visit: www.beefayre.com t: 01858 434492


Genuine Leather Accessories Home & Gift A28


Mala Leather Ltd


Unit 2 Bridgeside Trading Est, Kettlebrook Road,


Tamworth, B77 1AG Tel: 01827 67401


email:info@malaleather.com web: www.malaleather.com


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