As it’s the season of giving we thought we’d put together the ultimate gift-list for our discerning clientele. We hope it provides a little inspiration and you enjoy giving as much as you do receiving.
1.Hampers Do It Best
Take a look at this beautiful hamper from Harrods. It’s filled with tasty goodies and treats, from ground coffee, truffles, shortbreads, jams, chutneys, pasta, and some of the best wines money can buy. You’re totally spoilt for choice with this delectable hamper and opening it will be such a treat; you won’t know where to start! Everything arrives smartly presented and in a renowned Harrods wicker-hamper, which can be re-used for the races, regatta, picnics and days-out.
2. Coffee Machine of Dreams
For all the coffee-lovers out there, this DeLonghi Elite coffee machine is a real show-stopper. You can personalise your recipes, select a healthy variety of coffee choices, and the full touch, colour display makes it so easy to use (and easy to maintain on that note). There’s no denying this DeLonghi coffee machine is stylish and full of substance, time to get shopping!
3. Sign in Style
The Meisterstück Solitaire Geometric Dimension was born of the desire to unite Montblanc’s classic design with unique materials. We think they’ve done this beautifully, and there’s no denying this would make an exceptional gift.
The craftsmanship is impressive. The pen comes engraved with its three-dimensional geometric pattern with optical effect, in a sophisticated champagne tone. Features include a champagne gold-coated clip and three champagne gold-coated rings embossed with the Montblanc brand name. Finished with the Montblanc emblem, this pen appeals to one’s individuality and class. Say Merry Christmas with Montblanc.
4. Statement Watches
When it comes to treating a loved one, there’s no denying a Rolex watch would make a serious statement this Christmas.
We’ve been lucky enough to meet a plethora of watch brands over the years, yet Rolex still gets our number 1 vote. The Rolex deep-sea D-blue dial has recently caught our eye. Available for £9,700, this Rolex uses Oystersteel for its case. Specially developed by the brand, Oystersteel belongs to the 904L steel family, and is most commonly used in high-technology and in the aerospace and chemical industries, where maximum resistance to corrosion is essential. It maintains its beauty even in the harshest environments.
The blue dial is to commemorate James Cameron’s historic solo dive; one man’s journey to the deepest place on earth: the bottom of the Mariana Trench.
5. Quintessentially English
Available in a variety of different colours, the Hampstead by Mulberry is a bag to take note of. The Hampstead shows off a new, key silhouette for the English brand. It is a soft but structured bucket bag with a drawstring closure. In a versatile day-to-evening size, the bag features a sleekly pared-back version of the Twist Ring Lock to cinch the bag closed.
It’s beautifully designed, classic yet modern, and buying a red bag for someone you love, is, oh so, very Christmas!
6. The Gift of Giving
Last but by no means least is the gift of giving back.
If you would rather dedicate time and / or money this Christmas, there are plenty of charities who offer volunteering schemes across the festive season. You could go one step further and make a donation to a charity or non-profit that means a lot to you.
We’ve seen local shoe-box appeals taking place, providing for under-privileged families, and many charities have gift-lists of their own so you can ask relatives to gift a donation to them, rather than spend on you.
Either way, with Christmas fast approaching, we hope this gift guide has helped you make some decisions for the coming weeks.
Here at Saxe Coburg, we love this time of year, and wish everyone a very happy December!