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100% Natural Tea Tree Soap 125g

$6.75
This magnificent soap, with its intense, woody fragrance is ideal for use after hair removal. Tea tree oil has long been recognized for its stimulating, energizing and regenerating properties. It’s also great for soothing those little blemishes or nicks that shaving can bring. Free of palm oil, preservatives, coloring, edta, silicon and paraben this wonderful soap is made using only 100% ingredients of natural origin. It’s also enriched with organic shea butter to moisturize and hydrate skin – making it even more ideal for those post-shave showers! 100% natural ingredients, biodegradable and not tested on animals, the soap arrives with no plastic packaging. Retail box available separately. Key points: - 100% natural ingredients- Enriched with organic shea butter - Great for after hair removal - Soothing and hydrating - Completely biodegradable. Not tested on animals. Zero plastic. Vegetable oils sourced responsibly (RSPO)

Amber Bracelet – A Timeless Accessory – 1

$29.00
Amber bracelets are a popular piece of jewelry, often worn for their unique beauty and healing properties. This fossilized resin is known for its vibrant colors and natural inclusions, making each bracelet one-of-a-kind. But aside from being a fashion statement, amber bracelets also hold significant cultural, historical and even scientific value. Amber has been used in jewelry making for thousands of years, with evidence dating back to the Stone Age.

Amber Bracelet – A Timeless Accessory – 2

$29.00
Amber bracelets are a popular piece of jewelry, often worn for their unique beauty and healing properties. This fossilized resin is known for its vibrant colors and natural inclusions, making each bracelet one-of-a-kind. But aside from being a fashion statement, amber bracelets also hold significant cultural, historical and even scientific value. Amber has been used in jewelry making for thousands of years, with evidence dating back to the Stone Age.

Amber Bracelet – A Timeless Accessory – 3

$29.00
Amber bracelets are a popular piece of jewelry, often worn for their unique beauty and healing properties. This fossilized resin is known for its vibrant colors and natural inclusions, making each bracelet one-of-a-kind. But aside from being a fashion statement, amber bracelets also hold significant cultural, historical and even scientific value. Amber has been used in jewelry making for thousands of years, with evidence dating back to the Stone Age.

Amber Bracelet – A Timeless Accessory – 4

$29.00
Amber bracelets are a popular piece of jewelry, often worn for their unique beauty and healing properties. This fossilized resin is known for its vibrant colors and natural inclusions, making each bracelet one-of-a-kind. But aside from being a fashion statement, amber bracelets also hold significant cultural, historical and even scientific value. Amber has been used in jewelry making for thousands of years, with evidence dating back to the Stone Age.

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BELL SHAPE CRUET SET WITH WILD VIOLET PATTERN

$39.00
The use of cruet sets dates to ancient times when they were made from precious materials. In the 18th and 19th centuries, cruet sets became a common household item and were often elaborately designed and decorated. They usually consist of several small containers, each holding a specific condiment such as oil, vinegar, salt, pepper, mustard. This Crown Dorset fine bone china ‘Bell Shape’ cruet set is adorned with an enchanting Wild Violet chintz pattern, resting on a stunning ornamental tray, completing the elegant look with 24 carat gold adding a touch of sophistication to the overall design. This exquisitely beautiful cruet set is proudly made by Staffordshire Fine Ceramics / Crown Dorset in Stoke on Trent, England, using traditional methods that have remained unchanged for over 250 years. Not suitable for use in a dishwasher or microwave.

CREAMER AND SUGAR SET W/ MORNING GLORY PATTERN

$29.00
The tradition of taking afternoon tea with creamer and sugar is a long-standing one that dates to the 19th century. Serving tea, coffee with a sugar and creamer completes the table setting, adds refinement and compliments the table setting. The use of such items not only enhances the overall aesthetic but also shows respect for tradition and culture. In addition to creamer and sugar jars, there are many other elements that make up an inviting afternoon tea setting. These include delicate teapots, dainty cups and saucers, a single stem flower vase, tiered cake stands filled with sweet treats, and beautiful tablecloths. Each item has its own significance in the ritual of afternoon tea drinking and adds to the overall experience and enjoyment.

DAISY CRUET SET WITH MORNING GLORY PATTERN

$39.00
The use of cruet sets dates to ancient times when they were made from precious materials. In the 18th and 19th centuries, cruet sets became a common household item and were often elaborately designed and decorated. They usually consist of several small containers, each holding a specific condiment such as oil, vinegar, salt, pepper, mustard. This Crown Dorset fine bone china ‘Morning Glory’ cruet set is adorned with an enchanting Wild Violet chintz pattern, resting on a stunning ornamental tray, completing the elegant look with 24 carat gold adding a touch of sophistication to the overall design. This exquisitely beautiful cruet set is proudly made by Staffordshire Fine Ceramics / Crown Dorset in Stoke on Trent, England, using traditional methods that have remained unchanged for over 250 years. Not suitable for use in a dishwasher or microwave.

CRINOLINE CRUET SET WITH WILD VIOLET PATTERN

$39.00
The use of cruet sets dates to ancient times when they were made from precious materials. In the 18th and 19th centuries, cruet sets became a common household item and were often elaborately designed and decorated. They usually consist of several small containers, each holding a specific condiment such as oil, vinegar, salt, pepper, mustard This Crown Dorset fine bone china ‘Crinoline’ cruet set is adorned with an enchanting Wild Violet chintz pattern, resting on a stunning ornamental tray, completing the elegant look with 24 carat gold adding a touch of sophistication to the overall design. This exquisitely beautiful cruet set is proudly made by Staffordshire Fine Ceramics / Crown Dorset in Stoke on Trent, England, using traditional methods that have remained unchanged for over 250 years. Not suitable for use in a dishwasher or microwave.

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MAKE A STATEMENT OF SOFISTICATION AND STYLE, WITH AN ITALIAN SILK TIE – 4

$37.00
Italian silk is renowned around the world for its exquisite quality and luxurious feel. For centuries, Italy has been a center of excellence when it comes to producing high-quality silk fabrics, especially silk scarves and ties. The country's rich history and culture have heavily influenced the design and Italian cities such as Como, Venice, Florence, and Genoa became renowned for their production of fine silk fabrics. One of the reasons why Italian silk is so highly regarded is because of its superior quality. Mulberry silk, which comes from silkworms fed only on mulberry leaves, is the most used type of silk in Italy. This type of silk results in a smooth and lustrous fabric that is incredibly soft to the touch. Italian silk ties are not just known for their quality, but also for their beautiful designs and patterns. Each tie is meticulously crafted using traditional techniques like hand-rolling and hand-stitching, resulting in a unique and detailed piece of art.

MAKE A STATEMENT OF SOFISTICATION AND STYLE, WITH AN ITALIAN SILK TIE – 1

$37.00
Italian silk is renowned around the world for its exquisite quality and luxurious feel. For centuries, Italy has been a center of excellence when it comes to producing high-quality silk fabrics, especially silk scarves and ties. The country's rich history and culture have heavily influenced the design and Italian cities such as Como, Venice, Florence, and Genoa became renowned for their production of fine silk fabrics. One of the reasons why Italian silk is so highly regarded is because of its superior quality. Mulberry silk, which comes from silkworms fed only on mulberry leaves, is the most used type of silk in Italy. This type of silk results in a smooth and lustrous fabric that is incredibly soft to the touch. Italian silk ties are not just known for their quality, but also for their beautiful designs and patterns. Each tie is meticulously crafted using traditional techniques like hand-rolling and hand-stitching, resulting in a unique and detailed piece of art.

INDULGE IN THE BEAUTY AND HERITAGE OF ITALIAN SILK AND ELEVATE YOUR STYLE GAME WITH THESE EXQUISITE SCARVES – 3

$69.00
Italian silk is renowned around the world for its exquisite quality and luxurious feel. For centuries, Italy has been a center of excellence when it comes to producing high-quality silk fabrics, especially silk scarves and ties. The country's rich history and culture have heavily influenced the design and Italian cities such as Como, Venice, Florence, and Genoa became renowned for their production of fine silk fabrics. One of the reasons why Italian silk is so highly regarded is because of its superior quality. Mulberry silk, which comes from silkworms fed only on mulberry leaves, is the most used type of silk in Italy. This type of silk results in a smooth and lustrous fabric that is incredibly soft to the touch. Italian silk scarves are not just known for their quality, but also for their beautiful designs and patterns. Each scarf is meticulously crafted using traditional techniques like hand-rolling and hand-stitching, resulting in a unique and detailed piece of art.

INDULGE IN THE BEAUTY AND HERITAGE OF ITALIAN SILK AND ELEVATE YOUR STYLE GAME WITH THESE EXQUISITE SCARVES – 1

$69.00
Italian silk is renowned around the world for its exquisite quality and luxurious feel. For centuries, Italy has been a center of excellence when it comes to producing high-quality silk fabrics, especially silk scarves and ties. The country's rich history and culture have heavily influenced the design and Italian cities such as Como, Venice, Florence, and Genoa became renowned for their production of fine silk fabrics. One of the reasons why Italian silk is so highly regarded is because of its superior quality. Mulberry silk, which comes from silkworms fed only on mulberry leaves, is the most used type of silk in Italy. This type of silk results in a smooth and lustrous fabric that is incredibly soft to the touch. Italian silk scarves are not just known for their quality, but also for their beautiful designs and patterns. Each scarf is meticulously crafted using traditional techniques like hand-rolling and hand-stitching, resulting in a unique and detailed piece of art.

Italian Silk Hairband: A Touch of Luxury – 3

$35.00
Italian silk hairbands have become a luxurious accessory among fashion-conscious individuals all over the world. They are known for their luxurious look and feel, making them a favorite amongst those who want to add a touch of luxury to their outfit.

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