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  • 05/03/2018 March News
    • March News

      Well that was a snowy start to March. Bring on summer, which believe it or not is the 25th of this month and around the time we hope to have most of the stock in our coming soon section fulfilled, this includes our selection of new dreamcatchers from Bali and Thai wood carvings and the full range of new clothing.

      This month should also see the bulk of our new Jewellery range become available on the website.

      The Nepalese container that arrived recently also contained a number of larger one-off artisan pieces that are now available in our Unique Items section, among the limited number of massive singing bowls was the most expensive item we've ever added to the website a huge 10kg elaborately etched singing bowl as well as a selection of huge masks and hand painted wheel of life thankas. 

      The bosses are returning from visiting suppliers from India and Nepal and we hope to have some new articles in our Blog when the jet-lag has subsided. Also expect some new pieces to be added shortly including a new range of Indian incense that generated a lot of interest at the spring fair.

      Bombangles are a brilliant new product line for us, with a fantastic story behind the product. If you haven't seen them yet it's worth a read.

      Baja Hoodies are still generally well stocked from our container in Februry though a few colour /size combos are starting to run low and 3XL size have been very popular. Next container is due late April.

      Wholesale customers: if you haven't received a copy of our new additions catalogue do let us know also please be aware that we had a few price rises in February if you haven't visited in a while.

    • Unique items

      The last shipments from Indonesia and Nepal that arrived recently contained a number of larger one-off artisan pieces that are now available in our Unique Items section. Of you are after a centrepiece show stopper then please check out these beautiful items. We added a range of massive singing bowls that are large enough to stand in as well as the most expensive item we've ever added to the website: a huge 10kg elaborately etched singing bowl.

      We've also got a couple of huge laughing Buddhas from Bali, giant elaborately carved and decorated masks and a selection of beautiful, hand painted wheel of life Buddhist thankas, framed in silken feeling brocade. 

    • Jewellery

      We've just started adding products to our new Jewellery section of the website. Starting off with a selection of fantastic Mexican earrings, we will be expanding shortly to include some delightful pieces from Peru and some inspired Nepalese Buddhist items.