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Jewellery & Fashion Accessories Luxury scarves for men and women


Fine Art on Silk - Damian Clarke Creatives introduces hand-made luxury scarves for women and men, using prints derived from Damian’s abstract paintings. Plain silk (pictured), or combined with lambswool, cashmere and Harris tweed. Also one-off handmade satin ties and bowties. The silk designs create stunning combinations of colour and pattern, from subtle changes in tone to complimentary colours. These are feel-good classics to last a life-time. Visit: www.damianclarkecreatives.co.uk t: 0777 312 888 5


The Walking Stick Specialists


Traditional and contemporary walking sticks, folding canes, seat sticks and umbrellas


Current trends from Carrie Solid pewter cufflinks


Kutuu’s new range of cufflinks feature solid pewter discs with stamped phrases and delicate illustrated designs. As with the entire range, each piece has a thoughtful sentiment which has been carefully incorporated into the effective packaging with messages such as ‘the best is yet to come’ and ‘i’d be lost without you’ found on the box lids. Each pair has a suggested retail price of £15. Visit: www.kutuuwholesale.co.uk t: 01244 346490


You cannot afford to miss Carrie Elspeth’s exclusive new Summer Collection, which is a joyful feast of delicious bright colours and cool pastels. Keeping pace with current trends, these gorgeous designs maintain a classical versatility, ensuring they will become enduring favourites. Look out especially for the best-selling Juicy Gem and Tie Dye ranges. Carrie’s jewellery is still beautifully handmade in Wales. Visit: www.carrieelspeth.com t: 01446 771271


Please contact us for a trade catalogue:


Warren House, Hinton St George, Somerset TA17 8TQ Tel +44 (0)1460 75686 www.classiccanes.co.uk Also on Facebook and Instagram


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