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Autumn Fair preview Handsome brogues Fragrant nostalgia


Paddywax’s Holiday Trimmings is just one of the stunning collections The Fragrance Lounge (Hall 3 Stand J41) is introducing at Autumn Fair. Inspired by vintage decorations with a handmade charm, four festive fragrances have been hand-poured into Christmas bauble shaped mercury glass. The beautiful metallic finish and seasonal colours of red, green, gold and silver create a nostalgic touch. e: sales@thefragrancelounge.com t: 01829 730028


Gifts of Love


Since its launch in 2014, Demdaco®’s Art Hearts collection from Enesco (Hall 3 Stand W04-X03) continues to grow with the June 2015 offering eight beautiful new designs of heart sculptures. Each heart shape features a contemporary and imaginative design from a popular artist in the gift industry, and expresses sentiments of love, friendship, celebration or thoughtfulness in a format that is perfect for any age and gender. Visit: www.enesco.co.uk t: 01228 404022


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 (Hall 3 Stand T02-U03) 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


Christmas diffuser


Diffuser Range is Perfect Christmas Gift A newly launched range of 12 fragranced diffusers from Best Kept Secrets (Hall 3 Stand G40) has received an excellent reception at trade shows across the Autumn period, with plenty of positive feedback from customers, on the appeal of the range for Christmas gifts. The range comes with additional, aesthetically coloured reeds, and a high quality cube bottle with replaceable pull off cap. e: sales@bestkeptsecrets.co.uk t: 01670 512222


Fun VW giftware collection


Volkswagen’s legendary Camper Van and Volkswagen Beetle have become cult symbols amongst their legions of fans around the world. The Camper Van stands for originality, evolution and independence, while the Beetle (Bug) is loved for its unmistakeable style evoking the spirit of a bygone era. These emotions are embraced by the VW Collection by BRISA, which is now exclusively available from Enesco (Hall 3, Stand W04-X03) in the UK and Ireland. Visit: www.enesco.co.uk t: 01228404040


Design-led adult and family games


Launched in 2007, Ginger Fox (Hall 3 Stand T41) is a UK-based company that specialises in designing, creating and developing ranges of design-led Adult and Family Games, Brainteasers and Novelty Gifts. The company is young, imaginative with a creative flair and an eye for a cunning idea. With an extensive range available, be sure to visit their stand. Visit: www.gingerfox.co.uk t: 01242241765


In 1968 Colin Kellam set up his pottery at the Lion Brewery, Totnes,


building a large oil-burning kiln. A comprehensive range is produced by Colin and the workforce, including oven-to-tableware, lamp bases, garden pots, large decorated platters and Colin’s much sought after and diverse bird, animal and fish sculptures. All the work is hand- decorated using natural pigments over an ash glaze.


Visit: www.colinkellampottery.co.uk t: 07803976065 Hall 3 Stand Y39


54 Giftware Review & Home Interiors September / October 2015


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