spring fair @ home review ENESCO

The art of botanicals, in the palm of your hand. A beautifully crafted collection of Copa Gin Glasses from Ginology. With the boom of craft gins sweeping the nation, sit down and enjoy your favourite new flavour in a glass that is as uniquely crafted as your gin.

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T&G Woodware

Celebrate with Friends & Family with a range of ceramic kitchen storage pieces and sustainable natural wood kitchen items. Inspired by the last year T&G have created a range of ceramic storage pieces including three sizes of store jar, utensil/bottle pot and a serving plate all with ‘Family & Friends’ graphic details perfect for the kitchen. To accompany the ceramic storage pieces T&G has designed a sustainable FSC® certified beech wood range. Including serving block, handled wood boards, egg cups, rolling pin, 3 different sizes of wooden spoon, spatula and pastry brush. A little home baking either with loved ones or given as a gift as each of these items has the ‘Friends & Family’ characters beautifully lasered on each piece.

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Rebecca Pitcher

Rebecca Pitcher is a home & giftware designer based in the North Yorkshire countryside. Passionate about British manufacturing, Rebecca produces all her products alongside skilled manufacturers with years of experience here in the UK. The ‘Dogs’ range of kitchen linens and fine-bone china is one of the brand’s bestselling lines, with products retailing at £9.95-£24.95.

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ENESCO Peter Rabbit as you’ve never seen him before — with a unique Jim Shore twist...

Award winning folk artist Jim Shore brings his unique style to Beatrix Potter’s beloved story, The

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David Mason Design

The Spring Fair @ Home event gave us an opportunity to show off our Pressed flowers range new for 2020 a beautiful collection of porcelain teaware and Home accessories.

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