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Spring Fair preview Personalised charm bracelets


The Personalised Memento Company (PMC) (Spring Fair Hall 4 Stand E90– F91) is the UK’s leading supplier of personalised jewellery and accessories. Personalised charm bracelets include a stunning variety of colour and charm combinations. Over 7,000 personalised products all drop-shipped to order. Visit : www.personalisedmemento.co.uk t: 01782 744 900


Lolita glassware joins Enesco


The Lolita glassware brand has joined the Enesco (Hall 4 Stand H90-J91) family. Fresh designs for the hand- painted glassware collection famed for its cocktail recipes on the bottom of each wine glass. For 2016 are 14 new designs - highlights include the Tipsy Birthday wine glass and Sweet Dreams. Beer glasses decorated with witty concepts also remain in the range. All are packaged in Lolita branded gift boxes. Visit: www.enesco.co.uk t: 01228 404022


Magical money box


Renowned for some of the most entertaining gifts on the market, House of Marbles (Spring Fair Hall 5 Stand D30-E31) is launching its brand new Magical Money Box. Coins magically disappear in this wonderfully mysterious money box whilst a marble appears to float in mid-air. See the fabulous range of high quality traditional toys, games, novelties and books online. Visit: www.houseofmarbles.com/trade t: 01626 835358


84 Giftware Review & Home Interiors January / February 2016


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