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


Home & Gift preview Disney by Britto™


Enesco’s (Home & Gift Stand CM1) popular Disney by Britto™ collection has a fabulous mid-year offering of new Disney characters available in both functional and figural designs to appeal to both Disney and Britto enthusiasts. Latest additions include new figurines of favourite characters: Minnie, Mickey and Donald, as well as six colourful notebooks with glitter details and three festive mini figurines, including Minnie, Mickey and Tinker Bell. All items are made from resin, are hand painted and have high gloss finish. Product is supplied in branded gift packaging. Not a toy or children’s product. Intended for adults only. Visit: www.enesco.co.uk t: 01228 404022


Humorous cards


Peartree Heybridge’s (Home & Gift Stand H1) card and gift portfolio includes humour for different tastes and age groups. Established brands inlude Spring Chicken and Camilla & Rose along with Daily Mail cartoons by Pugh, Pam Ayres’ witty poetry and Forgotten Moments in Music History as featured in Private Eye. New ranges at Home & Gift include Mollie and Snowball, Over The Edge and Chocolate Mousse. Visit: www.peartreeheybridge.co.uk t: 01423 876311


Mugs for men


‘Little Histories’ is a range of mugs ideal for a male gift. The mugs depict a brief history of a popular sport, hobby or pastime, making a fantastic Fathers Day present. Millbrook Gifts specialises in gift mugs at an extremely competitive price. Other ranges include: My Life, The Fired Word, Moonfire, Bella and Impressions. Please check the company’s website to see full ranges. Visit: www.millbrookgifts.co.uk t: 01453 872903


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