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Spring Fair preview British made Jewellery


Ronin Jewellery (Spring Fair Hall 19 Stand E05) is designed and handmade in rural Wales. Made from semi-precious gemstones, freshwater pearls and glass beads, the jewellery is stylish and easy to wear. All beautifully gift boxed. Visit: www.ronindesigns.co.uk t: 01269826000


Fashion for the over 30s Highly polished silver


Talbot’s (Spring Fair Hall 19 Stand F21) is presenting its new Silver Tide collection of Sterling Silver. The range includes gemstones set in highly polished silver. The stones are hand selected and each piece different. Earrings and pendants are available in classic and stylised designs. Choice of amethyst, blue goldstone, rainbow moonstone and turquoise inset stones. Celtic, angel wings, cat, owl, butterfly and dragonflies are a few of the designs included. All supplied in bespoke Silver Tide boxes. Visit: www.talbotfashions.com t: 01273 776415


With a focus on trans-seasonal styles for women over 30, British brand, Sugar Crisp (Spring Fair Hall 20 Stand F28) delivers stylish dresses, separates and outerwear. The label’s strength is easy-wear styles that flatter every shape, with unique silhouettes and fabric combinations. For S/S16 expect unusual cuts, luxe fabrics, high end knits and laid-back shapes. Wholesale prices range from £4 to £18. No minimum order. Visit: www.sugarcrisp.co.uk t: 0161 834 7711


126 Giftware Review & Home Interiors January / February 2016


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