CHRISTMAS IS COMING….despite the fabulous weather… it is inevitable.
We’ve got lots of fabulous new stock and more still on the way
The plywood bird clocks by Claire Mcvinnie covered with Japanese papers and with contrast coloured pendulums have been selling well, I’ll place another order ! She also has brooches the reindeer ,dogs and birds have proved to be very popular.
A great selection of Anna Tilson mosaic mirrors in different colours and sizes. The beautiful combinations of the vintage crockery makes them each completely unique. We also have a good selection of her saucer mirrors that make an affordable gift.
The Lush trays have arrived along with tins, tea towels, aprons, mugs, notebooks, prints, cushions and of course their lampshades. Singly or together they make stunning gifts
We now have a varied selection of scarves from Katie Mawson. Her hedgehog scarf , such an amazing texture that is always much admired when worn, is a good investment you’d never tire of. She also does great gloves and hats.
Wallace Sewell’s range combines colour and weave in a interesting way a mix of contemporary and traditional styling that works well for men and women.
Emma Bradbury has a designed merino wool scarves for Tait & Style the sophisticated colours of the painterly stripes will take you through winter and spring.
Margo Selby’s jewel like silk scarves are available in three sizes and the wool / cashmere scarves are a strong pattern with a delightful mix of colour. We now have her cushions too which are sumptuous !
Joy at Seven Gauge knitwear has scarves and hats in vibrant colours and op art style patterns that will add a much needed zing to your wardrobe as the winter draws in.
Jen Rowland’s linen and silk lampshades and cushions in Daisy and Acacia designs are a in a subtle
colour palette that will easily complement an existing interior and give your home the pre Christmas boost it needs as the nights close in.
That’s all I can manage for now. We do have new jewellery, ceramics and bags too, so do come and have a browse as you start to get ideas for your gifts. We do run out of pieces and some items are one offs or can not be re ordered in time for Christmas so do check with my colleagues so you won’t be disappointed.
Leigh Shepherd pendants, brooches and earings are made from vintage scrabble, domino and sixpenny pieces. A wide selection of Japanese papers gives a great choice of colour and pattern. The pendants and earings come in their own tin which is a nice touch.
Prices start £15.95
Diddicoy has a range of brightly coloured felt tea cosies, purses brooches and stuffed animals the dog and cat image is playful and strong. A great gift for a pet lover young or old.
Prices start £8.95
Katie Mawson scarves, hats and gloves strong colours and tactile texture.
Prices start £32.95
Joy at Seven Gauge the vibrant colour and jazzy pattern in her scarves and hats will brighten even the dullest day.
Prices start £26.95
Emma Bradbury’s soft merino wool scarves can be worn indoors and out, the sophisticated painterly stripes work through winter and spring.