A delightful gift for a tea lover who doesn’t believe in restricting tea for certain times of the day. The basket-style gift box contains three tall caddies containing breakfast tea, afternoon tea and earl grey. Included in the set is a personalised mug that states ‘Specially brewed for’ with 15 characters of space left after for personalisation. Personalise the front of the mug with a name of up to 15 characters plus message of up 40 characters on 2 lines that appears on back of mug.
Take the stress out of having to serve up lots of different dishes at once with this heated food warmer. Crafted in stainless steel and looking stylish on any dining table it has 3 spacious 1.5 litre dishes to keep vegetables, rice and all sorts of other pre-cooked food hot for several hours.
Get a grip of your joint and cut it into perfectly even slices, completely hassle-free! A must-have kitchen gadget for anyone who likes to cook a weekly roast, these clever meat tongs get a firm grip on even the most awkward joint. There’s no chance of burning or cutting your fingers, or the roast sliding all over the place as you try to cut it. Once the meat is clamped firmly within the tongs’ claws, you can use the gaps as guidelines to cut your slices.
Cook everything from some lightly steamed vegetables to a meaty lasagne using just this one versatile pan. A space-saving and highly useful addition to any busy chef’s kitchen, it’s quite simply the only saucepan you will ever need! Crafted in a durable aluminium with a high-quality copper infused non-stick ceramic coating, it can be used on any type of hob, including induction, as well as in a conventional oven. The non-stick surface allows you to cook with little or no fat, food simply sliding off onto the plate, and it is so easy to clean, too. The circular induction plate on the base of the pan ensures even distribution of the heat right into the corners of the pan so that there are no cold spots.
Prince Albert started it all: the British tradition of decorating fir trees at Christmas time. In 1840 he married Victoria – well, strictly speaking she married him. Victoria was the queen, Albert a minor German prince and protocol had to be observed. But anyway, on their first Christmas together they had three huge trees in Buckingham Palace and several more at Windsor. The Illustrated London News ran a feature on the new 'Christmas trees' and they became a festive 'must-have'. Some people called it a 'craze', but crazes come and go. Now, 176 years later, Christmas trees are more popular than ever. Which is why our new Woodland Tree looks set to take the nation's living rooms and halls by storm. Richer, fuller, more luxurious - it's astonishingly lifelike, with painstaking attention to detail right down to the individual (non-dropping) needles. Perfectly shaped, and so fresh and green visitors will think it's just been cut - all it needs are a few drops of our pine tree scent for the final finishing touch. We'd like to think Prince Albert would have approved. And when she was told it wasn't actually real, perhaps even Victoria woul...
At Christmas we love coming up with new ideas for decorating your home and this metal tree is a lovely twist on the traditional 'tannenbaum'. Elegant yet spare enough to give centre stage to your favourite and heirloom ornaments, the tree has a graceful trunk, beautifully scrolled branches and a star topper.
Have an enchanting Christmas tree in your home complete with lights and decorations that takes just minutes to put up! A beautiful and practical alternative to a real tree, this artificial Christmas tree not only looks stunning, it can also be brought out and enjoyed year after year. Decked with red baubles and ribbons, its branches are fitted with 200 warm white LEDs that glow enticingly day and night.