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Scotland’s Trade Fair


Wearable art


Award-winning artist, Marion Boddy- Evans of the Isle of Skye Art Studio (STF Stand F68) turns miniature original paintings into brooches and pendants. Painted on wood and protected with a dimensional glaze, they are inspired by the colours of the Scottish Highlands. Collections include seascapes, landscapes, abstracts. Specific colours can be selected. Visit: www.boddy-evans.com e: info@isleofskyeartstudio.com


Stunning jewellery from Hazel


Established for over 20 years, Hazel Atkinson Jewellery (STF Stand J62) continues to deliver a unique product to the highest standards of design and craftsmanship. Exclusively handmade in the UK this stunning jewellery shines across all seasons and flatters all ages. The striped ‘Linear’ range with its combination of black, orange, fuchsia and purple is perfect for Christmas parties. Visit: www.hazelatkinsonjewellery.co.uk t: 0115 9411110


Highland Cow logo


Glen Appin (STF Stand D72) of Scotland designs its own products and arranges manufacture supplying retailers around the world with Scottish clothing, Harris Tweed handbags, purses and other accessories and a large range of gifts. The distinctive Highland Cow logo can be seen in a wide variety of retail outlets from small village shops to castles. Visit: www.glenappin.com t: 0141 4450095


See the launch of the new Bewitched Autumn range at


Scotland’s Trade Fair


24th-26th January Stand I51 or call 01488 649520 for a catalogue


email: sales@bewitched-accessories.co.uk www.bewitched-accessories.co.uk


November / December 2015 Giftware Review & Home Interiors 47


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