New Greeting Cards

Colourful new "birthday cards" from the UK,
just in time for the Leos in your life!



Photographic Greeting Cards

Just some of the fabulous images ….
new greeting cards in store now!



Donatella Pellini… just some of the books

… which have featured the amazing jewellery of Donatella Pellini over the years.



Only One More Sleep Lucy!


Cire Trudon's Louise

Louise was the daughter of the architect Alexandre-Théodore Brongniart (1739-1813), 
famous for designing the Stock Exchange building in Paris
and transforming the Père Lachaise Cemetery.

Thanks to his mother who was a painter and 
his father who was a caretaker at the Louvre museum, 
Brongniart became acquainted at a very early age with the best sculptors of his time. 

In 1777, he commissioned one such sculptor, Jean-Antoine Houdon (1741-1828), 
(considered by many to be the most brilliant portraitist of the 18th century) 
to sculpt in stone the portrait of his daughter, Louise.


Cire Trudon's Napoleon

Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) became aware of the importance 
of having his portrait shown to the French people. 
Thus, he initiated the edification of his own legend.

The many objects bearing the effigy of the Emperor 
constituted an extraordinary propaganda tool for the Napoleonic legend. 
During the Restoration, however, 
Bonapartists and their Napoleonic symbols were forced to hide.

The Emperor’s death in 1821 made him less dangerous in the eyes of Royalists 
and objects representing him once again multiplied. 
The Second Empire (1852) made the imperial legend official, with commissions of sculptures and paintings exhibited in museums and public squares.

Although the Second Empire re-established the official propaganda, 
the fall of the regime in 1870 put an end to the celebration of Napoleon for 20 years. 
Nationalist fervour rose again in the 1890s and 
since then he has not ceased to be a heroic figure.

Well aware of the richness of its history, Maison Cire Trudon asked
 the Réunion des Musées Nationaux the rights to reproduce in wax 
some jewels from its Molding Workshop catalogue. 
Cire Trudon is proud to introduce the busts of characters in French History, 
a precious theme for the company that was the official Royal Wax Manufacturer.



Reminder… Thursday July 24th 6pm….


Chunni Chopping Boards

These gorgeous chopping boards are handmade from 
sustainable mango wood. 
The natural grain of the wood and smooth finish makes them 
incredibly tactile and heaven to use.

For an original gift, team the board with our "kitchen papers".
Ideal for cheese, fruit and more, in pads of 25, 
designed and made in USA from recycled paper and lightly oiled - 
great for a housewarming or a gourmand's birthday!



Aesop Ginger Flight Therapy

Uplifting pulse-point therapy to stimulate the senses.

Whether in transit or stationed at a desk, pulse-point application of 
Ginger Flight Therapy stimulates the senses with warm, spicy notes.

Apply directly onto neck, temples, wrists, behind the ears and abdomen 
in times of stress, nausea or weariness. 

This invigorating blend is formulated to give weary workers and travellers 
a much needed sensory lift enliven the spirit.



Kitchen Papers Vintage Bouquet Serving Papers

Designed and printed on recycled paper in USA
 these " Vintage Bouquet" serving papers will showcase your culinary skills 
and add that "wow" factor to your next dinner party.



Aesop Resurrection Rinse-Free Hand Wash

An alcohol based hand wash to cleanse and refresh.
The perfect, pocket-sized product to ensure perpetually clean hands . 
When fresh water is unavailable,
 this gentle formula will kill bacteria and combat contagions, 
simultaneously delivering moisturising agents to ensure hands aren’t stripped of moisture. The essential companion for those who travel by public transport. 



"Fragrance Layering" Master Class


Jean Dubost Laguiole Knife Set in Exotic Woods

Handmade in France,
 this set of 6 steak knives is the ultimate luxurious gift 
for the person who has everything.

Using traditional craftsmanship, each knife blade edge,
in 2.5mm thick stainless steel, is beautifully engraved. 

 Made from six different exotic woods - 
 olivewood, wenge, bubinga, rosewood, oak and juniper,
the aesthetics of these knives is sublime.  



Le Shop Guide by Michi

Shop like a local!
This should be the "mantra" for every shopping exhibition.

When it comes to shopping nobody knows more than Michi.
And when it comes to fashion, nobody does it better than the French.
So when Michi takes us shopping in Paris, it can only have a happy ending.

Together with her local friends, Michi has scoured the streets of Paris to bring you
 the cool, the chic, the vintage and the must-see shop's of the world's best-dressed city. 
With perfectly designed days to suit your every mood, 

Michi will guide you from blow-outs to budget bliss, flea markets to Fendi.
This is le guide for those who love le shopping!



Aesop Reverence Hand Balm

Also available in this handy 75ml purse size tube.


Aesop Reverence Hand Care

It's winter, a time when our hands can become dehydrated and rough.

Reverence Aromatique Hand Wash is an exfoliating hand wash
 with a careful blend of botanical extracts and finely milled Pumice. 
This formulation performs a mild exfoliation to effect 
purified, refreshed and exceptionally smooth hands. 

Follow with an application of Reverence Aromatique Hand Balm,
a rich readily absorbed moisturising balm for labour-wearied hands and cuticles.
This sublime, highly sought-after product contains 
a careful blend of fragrant botanicals and skin-softening emollients 
that deliver rich hydration to hands and cuticles. 
It is formulated for frequent use. 



A Change of Appetite by Diana Henry

Where healthy meets delicious.

Here are the dishes that Diana Henry created when she started to crave
 a different kind of diet – 
less meat and heavy food, more vegetable-, fish- and grain-based dishes.
Often inspired by the food of the Middle East and the Far East, 
but also drawing on cuisines from Georgia to Scandinavia.

Curious about what ‘healthy eating’ really means, 
Diana discovered a lighter, fresher way of eating. 

From a Cambodian salad of prawns, grapefruit, toasted coconut and mint to North African mackerel with cumin to blood orange and cardamom sorbet, 
the magical dishes in this book are bursting with flavour, goodness and colour.
It’s all about opening up your palates to new possibilities. 
There is no austerity here, simply fabulous food that nourishes body and soul.



Nesti Pomegranate and Blackcurrant Soap

According to Wikipediathe Ancient Egyptians 
regarded the pomegranate as a symbol of prosperity and ambition.
So imagine what could happen if you wash with it!?!

This refreshing Italian soap is full of the natural goodness 
of anti-oxidant rich blackcurrants and the hydrating qualities of juicy pomegranates. 
Made with love and care in Florence, Italy
 according to traditional Italian soap making techniques.