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12 June,2018

Five Country Style Gift Ideas For Fathers Day

With Fathers Day in the UK fast approaching on Sunday 17th June, the dad’s in our lives can sometimes be difficult to buy for. If your father loves life in the countryside, then we have put together five Fathers Day present ideas that any dad who loves the fields and woodland would be grateful to receive:-


Shotgun Pewter Letter Opener

This stunning letter opener is a super gift for any father and within a reasonable budget. The English Pewter Company are world renowned manufacturers of the highest quality pewterware, and the use of high quality, lead free pewter means that all of our items remain tarnish free, and actually improve with time. This beautiful Shotgun style letter opener is no exception, and the hand cast pewter opener has a striking appearance that is added to by the inclusion of the company logo on the handle. The high quality letter opener is supplied beautifully packaged on a velvet effect pad that sits within a stylish black and cream box, with magnetic closure.

Please visit The Flying Fox to purchase


Game Bird Boxed Luxury Hankerchiefs

We love these stylish and colourful boxed hankerchiefs that make a super gift for Fathers Day. With one for a top pocket and four spare, these large 100% cotton hankies each with the game bird design will be very much appreciated.

Please visit Fur and Fin to purchase


Walker & Hawkes Tweed Waistcoat

Everyone knows a waistcoat is a valuable item of clothing, especially in the countryside. This sturdy Teflon coated Derby Tweed gilet from Walker and Hawkes doesn’t merely look great, this waistcoat was created to be the country gentleman’s perfect piece of kit, no matter what he happens to be doing at the time! With its very reasonable price tag, this will make a brilliant gift for Fathers Day.

Please visit Equestrian Co to purchase


Hair of the Dog Labrador Mug

Anybody loves to receive a mug as they are so handy for that morning coffee, an afternoon cup of tea or emergency cup of something stronger! We love this range of fine bone china mugs from At Home In The Country which comes in a lovely presentation box, any dad would be happy to receive this on Fathers Day.

Please visit At Home in the Country to purchase


Farlows Planished Hip Flask

A hip flask full of something stronger is a must out on longs days in the countryside, particularly through the autumn and winter months. We love this Farlows 6oz Planished Hip Flask with Leather Pouch which is a great example of how a stylish leather pouch compliments perfectly the traditionally elegant pewter flask.  With the top of the flask date stamped with Farlows 1840, any father would be delighted to open this up on Fathers Day!

Please visit Farlows to purchase


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