Preferring to stay clear of the clichéd bouquet of roses this Valentine’s Day? We’ve put together a special collection of gift ideas perfect for the art lover in your life. Read on to discover the top five gift ideas we feel will make a splash this Valentine’s Day. Order now to receive your gift in time for the special day. For our loyal readers, we are offering free shipping on orders over £30 pounds by entering offer code HEARTART at the checkout. The offer is valid until the end of February.
Our first suggestion, to set you on the right road to that special person’s heart, is a charming trivet sure to please even the most discerning chef. Made by The Braided Rug Company, in a manner specific to the Blue Ridge Mountains on the eastern coast of America, this beautiful heart-shaped trivet is the perfect complement to your kitchen décor.
Our next suggestion may seem one-sided but it is sure to benefit the both of you! Old folding maps have produced a remarkable map called ‘24 Miles Round London’ taken from the work of cartographer Edward Mogg.
The map covers from Ryegate in the south to Hertfort in the north, and from Windsor in the west to Gravesend in the east. This map will provide you and your loved one with all you need for an exploratory Sunday afternoon around the city you love.
Third on our list, is a gift idea for the one particularly fascinated with the art of movement, or what we like to call dance.
Mirabelle designer, Veronique Henry, has been creating stylish accessories for museums and galleries for some time. As seen on high profile women like Kate Middleton and Ellie Goulding, Mirabelle jewellery is highly adaptable and always classy. The dancer midst pirouette, featured here, comes on a gold chain and is the ideal gift for the Degas-lover in your life.
Our next gift idea is for him. We bring you the leather horseshoe coin purse by Laurige. Laurige fine leather goods are hand-crafted from quality leather and come in a variety of colours. Laurige have been designing and creating fine leather goods in France since 1950. The company is recognised by the French state as a “Living Heritage Company.”
The Gentleman’s Letter Writer takes the reader on a journey to learn the art of letter-writing with a Victorian twist. Find examples of how to propose to a lifelong female friend, how to get your son into a good school and how to politely wriggle out of the repayment of a debt.