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Spring Fair highlights Contemporary figurines


‘Climbing to the Top’ is JJ Vaillant Ltd’s new addition to the established range of contemporary pieces with electro-plated figurines. They appeal as a decoration or gift to people who have achieved or are striving to reach their goal. 45 cm high SRP £39.50. Visit: www.jjvaillant.com e: info@jjvaillant.com


Stylish Zen Spa


As candles are now a bathroom favourite, Xystos has responded by adding the stylish Sienna Gold Zen Spa home lighter to its portfolio. With an RRP of £29.99, it is available in four colours – blue, purple, green and yellow. Says Xystos general manager Tom Sykes: “For 130 years, people have been lighting candles with matches. This has meant burnt fingers, dripping wax and broken matches. Our partnership with Sienna Gold puts an end to that pain and frustration.” Visit: www.xystostrade.co.uk t: 0191 499 1570


Realistic gorgeous blooms


Mezu Silk Flowers has extended its existing and popular range of gorgeous blooms with a number of new varieties including real to touch lilies and orchids, lupins, phlox, scabious and tulips. Mezu’s blooms are considered some of the most realistic in the marketplace today. The company offers a highly personalised service to meet customers’ individual needs. Visit: www.mezusilkflowers.com t: 01248 422279


Fusion melts are a winner at Spring showing


Best Kept Secrets’ own range of hand poured and hand finished Heart Fusion wax melt range has been an outstanding success since its launch in January. The new heart shaped wax melts come in 12 seriously scented fragrances and have been hand poured with glitter decoration. An outstanding new line for independent retailers across the country. Visit: www.bestkeptsecrets.co.uk t: 01670 512222


Delightful packaging


Creative Colours International Ltd is a small company that has been trading for the last five years. The company’s aim is to bring new concepts to the market at affordable prices. This year it has designed an exquisite range of Personal Care Gifts - Fleurs Classiques. The delightful packaging will be ideal for consumers while the alluring lavender fragrance only adds to the appeal of the range. e: starling@creativecoloursint.com t: 01256-842075


Used indoor and out


Kitras Art Glass - the largest hot glass studio in Canada is excited to bring its line of home décor and garden products to the UK. All items can be used indoors or outdoors and enjoyed year round. Kitras Art Glass uses post-industrial recycled glass for all of the pieces that it creates and all of the colours are melted in so they will never fade, chip or peel in the sunlight or weather. Visit:www.kitras.com t: +15198432480


TWISTS GLASS STUDIO


Twists Glass Studio is an established and respected British brand offering unique original designs for the perfect gift.


Creative Colours International Ltd is a small company that has been trading for the last five years. We aim to bring new concepts to the market at affordable prices.


This year we have designed an exquisite range of Personal Care Gifts for Garden Centres - Fleurs Classiques. We believe the delightful packaging will be ideal for


consumers while the alluring lavender fragrance only adds to the appeal of the range. The range is competitively priced to maximise margin. For more details please contact:


Contact Simon Tarling E-mail: starling@creativecoloursint.com Phone: 0782-4775787 / 01256 842075


Wessex House, Upper Market Street, Eastleigh, Hampshire SO509FD 62 Giftware Review & Home Interiors March / April 2015 Email: michael@michaelhunter.orangehome.co.uk Tel: 01750 23195


The bright and cheerful Zanfirico range features handcrafted blown venetian style glass collectables owls, ducks, penguins, apples, pears, bowls, vases, Christmas decorations and sweeties are available - price range £20- £220.


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