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Spring Fair preview Handmade ornaments


Beautiful handmade ornaments that look like trees from Kitras (Spring Fair Hall 5 Stand B22). Each one has its own story and special hang tag. All made with recycled glass in Canada and perfect for Mothers Day, birthdays and anniversaries. Distributed in the UK by White Pebble International. Visit: www.kitras.com t: 01243 78051


Wind spinners


Joe Davies (Spring Fair Hall 5 Stand C30/D31) introduces thousands of new products at Spring Fair including these entrancing ‘Wind Spinners’ designed for inside and outside. The Spinners are made from laser cut stainless steel and produce a hypnotic display. Attractive ‘levitating ball spirals’ can be used for customisation and small revolving motors used to make a captivating retail display. A starter pack featuring a practical display stand is available. Visit: www.joedavies.co.uk t: 0161 975 6300


Metallic glass LED balloons


These eye-catching, light-up, LED glass balloons are just one of over 2,500 new products on Joe Davies’ (Spring Fair Hall 5, Stand C30/D31) stand right at the start of the new Spring Fair gift area. The balloons are beautifully made with a metallic ‘Mercury’ finish which looks even more fantastic when illuminated. They make a great window display with retail prices from just £2.99. Visit: www.joedavies.co.uk t: 0161 975 6300


104 Giftware Review & Home Interiors January / February 2016


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