Dolls, jewellery and holiday decor on the way, following deals from Knockout Licensing.

US: Three new licensees for Downton Abbey

A trio of new Downton Abbey licensees have been announced in North America: Bradford Exchange, Danbury Mint and Kurt Adler.

Knockout Licensing signed the licensees for the popular TV series.

Bradford Exchange has been granted the licence to produce a line of figurines and collector dolls based on Downton Abbey characters.

Danbury Mint will create Downton Abbey fine collectible jewellery – replicas of actual pieces of jewellery featured in the show.

And Kurt S. Adler Inc will sell a range of Downton Abbey holiday decor including hanging ornaments, stockings, stocking hangers, light sets, water globes, nutcrackers and more.

“These new Downton Abbey licensees all make beautiful products – great as gifts or collectibles – which Downton fans will be proud to own for years to come,” said Knockout Licensing Co-President Carole Postal. 

Knockout Licensing – licensing agency for Downton Abbey in North America – is seeking additional licensing partners for product categories such as home furnishings, kitchen accessories, lighting, timepieces, tableware and formal attire.

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