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Halcyon Days

Halcyon Days

Halcyon Days are one of the UK’s most well-loved enamelware gift companies, and to this day, their products still continue to demonstrate their commitment to quality and detail, although their range has expanded considerably over the years.

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Lulu Guinness

Lulu Guinness

Luxury British brands are often celebrated for their quirky, eccentric styles – and Lulu Guinness epitomises this gloriously off-the-wall approach perfectly. Her range of handbags, clutches and other accessories are often valued not just as fashion items, but valuable collectibles of the future.

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Aga Cookshop

Aga Cookshop

An Aga is undoubtedly one of the most sought-after appliances in any kitchen in the UK. These beautiful cookers are not only ideal for roasting, slow-cooking and developing flavour in foods, but also provide a rustic, elegantly British look in the home.

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Wallace Sacks

Wallace Sacks

Wallace Sacks is one of the country’s best known luxury British brands, and to this day, still remains a family business, even after over 30 years of trading. The company is synonymous with high-end design, complete with an affordable price-tag.

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Liberty

Liberty

From humble beginnings, Liberty has risen to become one of the most instantly recognisable luxury brands in the UK. The company is renowned throughout the world for its high quality products, most notably fabrics featuring the famous Liberty print.

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Fortnum & Mason

Fortnum & Mason

Fortnum & Mason, situated in the heart of central London, is a quintessentially British luxury brand. Originally opened in 1707, the company has always been associated with royalty, and to this day, continues to supply high-end goods to the royal household.

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Smythson

Smythson

First established in 1887, this luxury British brand has remained true to its original design concepts, offering practical, functional items that showcase a distinct sense of fashion-forward style.

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N Peal

N Peal

This luxury British brand has risen from humble beginnings to become a celebrity favourite, with A-listers such as Daniel Craig and Kate Moss listing N Peal among their favourite designers.

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Kelly Hoppen

Kelly Hoppen

A luxury British brand that has a distinct style of its own; so much so, that many people in this country and abroad are now familiar with the ‘Kelly Hoppen look’.

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India Jane

India Jane

Founded in 1991, India Jane is one of the UK’s more distinctive home interiors companies; with a strong sense of style running through all its products.

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Nina Campbell

Nina Campbell

Nina Campbell is one of the most well-loved luxury British brands, with an extensive range of furniture, fabrics, carpets and even vintage antiques available on her online store.

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Designers Guild

Designers Guild

Designers Guild, one of the best loved luxury British brands supplying homeware, fabric and wallcoverings, was originally formed in 1970 by Tricia Guild, who was later joined by her brother Simon.

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Waterford Crystal

Waterford Crystal

Waterford Crystal is a name commonly associated with unsurpassed quality in glassware; and products from this luxury brand are always in high demand. However, when you examine the history of the company, you realise that its fortunes have not always been so smooth running.

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OKA

OKA

In 1999, luxury brand OKA began life as a mail order company, stocking a variety of high-quality items for the home. From its very inception, founder Annabel Astor was firm about her vision for the company; to be a supplier of beautiful products.

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The White Company

The White Company

The White Company was born from the creative vision of Chrissie Rucker. Twenty years ago, she was searching for new bed linen, principally in white. She was unable to source anything that met her needs, so decided to begin creating her own instead.

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