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Gift of the Year


On trend


The T&G Woodware CrushGrind®


contain the superior CrushGrind®


ceramic


mechanism which effortlessly grinds not only salt and pepper but also, using the same grinder, whole dried herbs and spices. The ceramic mechanism/grinder is fully adjustable with over 12 settings to grind from fine to coarse grain. In addition these mills are without spindle, making them easy to fill. It is no surprise that these stylish mills were awarded Gift of the Year for Kitchen Dining 2015. Visit: www.tg-woodware.com t: 01275 841 841


Optic Mills


Classic board games


Games Room is the latest success from Wild & Wolf’s homegrown brand ‘Ridleys House of Novelties’. The range consists of classic board games presented in stylish geometric pattern boxes. Coming soon to the company’s range, fun trivia quiz and games ideal for any get-together plus more Ridley’s later in the year. Visit: www.wildandwolf.com t: 01225 789909


INTRODUCING OUR AWARD-WINNING CERAMICS RANGE


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Songbird Grey Ceramics range won both the ‘Made in the UK’ and the ‘Judges Choice’ awards at this year’s Spring Fair.


For further enquiries please contact one of our friendly sales team: Phone: 0161 946 1234


Email: sales@mygiftstrade.co.uk


email: sales@mygiftstrade.co.uk | web: www.mygiftstrade.co.uk March / April 2015 Giftware Review & Home Interiors 57


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