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The Little Shop Of (Stand L46) opened in April 2009 to sell The Little Book of Earrings. The idea for the book came after Jackie had been searching for years for a better way to store and organise her earrings. The company’s aim was to create something unique and innovative that would hold earrings securely but could also be stored safely and also used for traveling. A new addition to the range is the Little, Little Book of Earrings which can hold up to 12 pairs of earrings and is perfect for use while travelling. The Little Book of Necklaces makes an appearance too, which follows the same established style but solves the problem of tangled, damaged necklaces. Visit: www.littleshopof.co.uk t: 02033 711522


Stress free entertaining


Whether it’s an informal or formal occasion, this fun, useful dinner party planner pad from Dodo Pad (Stand J35) is perfect for working out a menu, making up a shopping list, devising a seating plan and it includes a vital ‘things to do-do’ planning checklist section. 30 strong cards glued at the side edge and double perforated with a removable shopping list, it is punched with two standard holes for record keeping in a binder. Visit: www.dodopad.com t: 0345 634 6272


Handsome brogues


Tour de Space and Time with Ted’s new men’s collection featuring handsome brogues and a collage of cyclists through time. The new Ted Baker collection from Wild and Wolf (Stand D29) features a watch case, accessory tray, glasses case, notebooks, hip flask with cups, bike clip, bike repair kit, show shine kit and more. RRP from £9.95. Visit: www.wildandwolf.com t: 01225789909


28 Giftware Review & Home Interiors September / October 2015


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