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Autumn Fair preview Bestselling products


Something Different Wholesale (Hall 5 Stand J41) is one of the UK’s leading distributors to the gift trade. Launched in 1999 the company supply customers with products carefully selected from around the world. Renowned for exceptional customer service, it prides itself on the variety of product lines on offer. This year the company has introduced over 500 of the bestselling products from the Windhorse range. Visit: www.somethingdifferentwholesale.co.uk t: 01792793610


Noir et Blanc Wonderwick™


Autumn Fair Hall 5 Stand L20 Top Drawer Stand V32


Wonderwick™ Blanc from The Country Candle Company (Hall 5 Stand H39) is a favourite with retailers and the Noir Collection gives the range even more style, targeting a wider consumer audience. The black glass features gold lettering, stylishly accessorising consumers’ homes. Available in the classic glass jar complete with a gift box, the fragrances are; Black Pomegranate, Coconut & Mango, Honeysuckle & Jasmine, Lotus Flower, Spiced Lime, Sea Salted Fig, Tonka Bean & Vanilla and Wild Fig & Cassis. Visit: www.thecountrycandlecompany.com t: 01225 794920


Japanese stationery


JPT Europe Ltd (Hall 5 Stand M77) is a subsidiary of Japanese company called Japan Publications Tradings Co. Ltd. The company has a shop in Piccadilly Circus in London and does retail as well as wholesale. The head office in Japan has a broad range of business with various local manufacturers and it imports and does wholesale as a distributor in UK. You can see a wide range of high quality Japanese stationery and character items at the stand. e: masuda@jpbooks.co.uk t: 02078394839


76 Giftware Review & Home Interiors September / October 2015


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