My Gifts Trade bolsters British brand portfolio with Julie Dodsworth

British artisan, Julie Dodsworth has signed for a new kitchen collection by My Gifts Trade.

The recent collaboration has unveiled a range of cake tins, trays, coasters and kitchen textiles available this autumn/winter and next spring/summer.

The collection includes designs from Dodsworth’s successful Lavender Garden and new Forget me not designs. Each are true to her style using soft blues, greys, greens in florals and leaves.

The creative director of My Gifts Trade, Nikki Courtney, said: “I am thrilled to become one of Julie’s licensees and look forward to working with her other partners to extend the range of products available in Julie’s beautiful designs.

“Julie is a pleasure to work with and her enthusiasm for our products along with her designs, I am certain, will be a winning combination. We can’t wait to launch the new products later in the year.”

Dodsworth added: “The quality and detail the team at My gifts Trade apply to all they do is very inspiring. The prototypes and first strike offs have surpassed all expectation.

‘Their products will be a fantastic addition to the wider Julie Dodsworth collections.”

This is the latest in a raft of licensing deals with prime British brands by My Gifts Trade and sister company ECP Design. These include Sara Miller London, I Like Birds, Costa Nova, Su Pryke, Caroline Zoob and The National Gallery. 

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