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Design-led Unlocking the Love with Art Hearts


Since its launch in 2014, DEMDACO®’s Art Hearts from Enesco (Hall 4, Stand H90-J91) collection has gone from strength to strength and January 2016 sees the addition of five beautiful new designs. Each heart features sentiments of love, friendship or celebration. Highlights of the launch include two new themes: Grandma Art Heart, designed by Rebecca Jones and True Friends Art Heart designed by Valentina Ramos. Each Art Heart carries the artist’s name and comes packaged to create a memory that will be cherished. Visit: www.enesco.co.uk t: 01228 404022


Made in Devon


Lancaster and Gibbings (Spring Fair Hall 6-7 Stand R33) has resisted the trend for overseas production and every piece continues to be made in its own Devon based workshop. The original giftware comes from a passion to produce beautiful items, and from a belief that if a piece is to be loved it must be designed and made with care, pride and integrity. Visit: www.lancasterandgibbings.co.uk t: 01803868181


Create your own bespoke range


Ever wish you could put your own mark on a product before you offer it to your customers? Valley Mill allows all trade customers to design bespoke Welsh slate products using a unique online design facility. Add words or phrases, incorporate place names or local sayings... you can even use your own logo or artwork. Visit: www.valleymill.co.uk t: 01639 750748


Celebrating celebrities For craft lovers and cooks


The new ‘Cut Out and Sew’ range from Ulster Weavers (Spring Fair Hall 9-10 Stand C28-D29) makes an ideal gift for craft lovers and cooks alike. Can be used as a colourful tea towel or cut out and made into a cute cushion. Available now. e: sales@ulsterweavers.com t: 028 9032 9494


Colourful Spring launch


Add some colour in your home and garden with the Ragged Rose lifestyle concept. From garden cushions and seat pads to outdoor table linen through to gardening gifts in distinctive floral prints. New colourways launch in Spring 2016 - latest catalogue and price list available now. Visit: www.raggedrose.com t: 01622 812897


HearthWick keeps on giving


Over the years Virginia Gift Brands has been responsible for a number of breakthroughs in the candle sector which have given retailers many repeat orders. Xystos (Spring Fair Hall 4 Stand H50-J51) says the range now delivering these is HearthWick featuring WoodWick fragances in beautiful oval vessels. These give the cosy comfort of a glowing fireplace and the sound of a crackling fire. Visit: www.xystostrade.co.uk t: 0191 499 1570


Star Cutouts (Spring Fair Hall 3-3A, Stand D15) supplies an amazing range of cardboard cut outs and masks. The popular array of celebrities, both old and new, includes everyone from Audrey Hepburn to trending Justin Bieber. Also, a wealth of popular film stars and characters, including the new Star Wars Force Awakens range, Marvel, Teenage Mutant Turtles, Frozen and Doctor Who. Vegas signs and even telephone boxes are best sellers. Visit: www.starcutouts.com t: 01613 445839


Fine tea caddies


Ahmad Tea London is proud to introduce the latest addition to its wide range of exclusive tea gifts, the Fine Tea Collection caddies. These beautifully embossed metal caddies each contain 100g of the finest loose leaf tea. There are four exquisite blends to choose from; Ceylon, Earl Grey, English Breakfast and Orange Blossom. Visit: www.ahmadtea.com t: 02380 27 89 00


28 Giftware Review & Home Interiors January / February 2016 Realistic silk flowers


Mezu (Spring Fair Hall 2 Stand C23) has a collection of stunning silk flowers suitable for all occasion. The gorgeous flowers have been carefully selected and hand crafted. Fast friendly service, delivering customers individual needs with a real can do attitude. Visit: www.mezusilkflowers.com t: 01428 422279


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