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Spring Fair preview Designers Guild license Queen’s 90th birthday in April


Dunoon (Spring Fair Hall 9 Stand H01) celebrates the Queen’s 90th birthday on April 21 with its Cairngorm shape desiged by Kate Mawdsley. There is also the Birthday Commemorative Mug in the Wessex shape (above) embellished with 22 carat gold, designed by David Broadhurst. Visit: www.dunoonmugs.co.uk t: 01785817414


Cute little birdies


Fine bone china from Dunoon (Spring Fair Hall 9 Stand H01) offers these cute and colourful designs based on Blue tits, Nuthatchs and Wrens. Branches of flowering blossom with pink, green and blue backgrounds by artist Angela Rozelaar. Made in England. Visit: www.dunoonmugs.co.uk t: 01785817414


Ulster Weavers (Spring Fair Hall 9-10 Stand C28- D29) is delighted to announce the launch of its new Designers Guild licensed product. For well over 40 years Designers Guild has been a leading creative force. Working with Ulster Weavers to create this range of accessories for the kitchen is another exciting step on Designers Guild’s journey. Available now. e: sales@ulsterweavers.com t: (0)28 9032 9494


Celtic Vapours


Celtic Vapours (Spring Fair Hall 10-12 Stand B22) aims to deliver a high quality product bursting with flavour. From personal experience, the company believes there just isn’t enough flavour in other e-liquids, so has made getting more flavour into its e-liquid a top priority. Visit: www.celticvapours.com t: 01792 791000


January / February 2016 Giftware Review & Home Interiors 109


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