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Halls 9, 10 & 12 Kitchen, Dining & Housewares


Kitchen Craft


Showcasing a mix of cutting-edge kitchen and housewares brands, products and designers, Kitchen, Dining & Housewares is perfectly pitched for specialist sector buyers, cook shops and gift retailers seeking the most covetable new products and brands. An express registration area in Hall 9 will make access quick and easy.


Touch of elegance and style


Duckydora’s (Spring Fair Hall 9 Stand A29) range of contemporary hand painted tableware, British made kitchen linens and home furnishing accessories bring a touch of elegance and style to a home. Great gift ideas for family and friends extending to family pets, with coordinating pet accessories. The Duckydora collection includes four designs, Amalfi, Florence, Sienna and Verona in muted blues, yellows and pinks. Visit: www.duckydora.co.uk t: 08434 873104


Denby


New ranges from Denby


Made in England and hand-crafted by skilled artisans, ‘Natural Canvas’ by Denby (Spring Fair Hall 9 Stand C10- D11, Ambiente Hall 4.1 Stand B21) is beautiful and functional. Items serve several functions – the sugar bowl as a ramekin or olive bowl, the cafetière as a pretty vase or handy large jug. Dishwasher, freezer and microwave safe. Also new is ‘Gastro’ by James Martin, a collection of serving kits. Visit: www.denby.co.uk t: 01773 740700


108 Giftware Review & Home Interiors January / February 2016 Breath of fresh air


Who would have thought you can have so much pleasure from a mere kitchen utensil? Bojje (Spring Fair Hall 9 Stand A57) does and has plenty to offer this season. Simplicity abounds and ‘highly desirable’, quietly echoes around the soul. A breath of fresh air where honesty and natural become tangible. e: info@bojje.com t: 01449 798321


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