Trevithick Day 2014

Cornwall hip flask

Cornwall hip flask

Trevithick Day on Saturday April 26th is the annual celebration of the life of Richard Trevithick, a Cornishman who is famed for inventing the steam carriage in 1802.

We have a number of Cornish themed gift ideas, including Cornish tin and bronze jewellery plus many pieces with a Celtic design, Cornwall tankards in glass and pewter and hip flasks. Click HERE for more info on a Cornish flag hip flask, on sale in Camborne on the day. We will be open Trevithick Day between 8am and 4pm. We can also engrave and gift wrap items too. Have a great day!

 

Easter opening hours

Easter egg

Easter egg

Our branches at Camborne and Helston will be open this week, closing on Good Friday and Bank Holiday Monday. Opening in between on the Saturday, when we will be able to show and gift wrap a range of gifts for special occasions like birthdays christenings, weddings and anniversaries. We canĀ  also provide those essentials, like battery replacements and straps.

Happy Easter to all our customers, hopefully it will be another sunny one.

Easter

Easter

Easter

Easter is a popular time for weddings, christenings and anniversaries. We also stock gifts which help commemorate those occasions. Don’t forget gifts for the best man or bridesmaids, that we can also engrave. For christenings we keep a range of silver, silverplated and pewter gifts. Ask about free gift wrapping.

Cornwall emblem glassware

Cornwall glass

Cornwall glass

Cornwall emblem glassware including decanters, glasses, paper weights and miniature clocks, engraved with the Cornish emblem and the legend ‘One and All’.
A beautiful gift that is also a useful addition to a sideboard or table too. Click the picture for a closer view.
Drop in to our branches at Camborne and Helston to view our range of Cornish giftware.

Diamond-April birthstone

DiamondDiamond is the birthstone for April. Often recognised as a ‘white gemstone’ they can also occur in a range of colours. Being the hardest of gems they retain their brilliance even after years of wear. A family heirloom set with diamonds is often treasured as it is passed down the generations.

A diamond is cut to allow as much light to be reflected and refracted as that stone allows, which is why a diamond has such sparkle, or scintillation.