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Taylor’s Eye Witness boss calls for urgent action to amend Offensive Weapons Bill

Taylor’s Eye Witness joint managing director Alastair Fisher is urging retailers and suppliers of kitchen knives to support an amendment to the Government’s proposed Offensive Weapons Bill. In an open letter to the housewares industry, Alastair said: “You will no doubt already be aware that the Government’s Offensive Weapons Bill …

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Taylor’s Eye Witness boss calls for action to amend Offensive Weapons Bill

Taylor’s Eye Witness joint managing director Alastair Fisher has written to Home Secretary Sajid Javid expressing his concerns about the proposed Offensive Weapons Bill. Introduced on June 20, the Bill proposes to ban the delivery of knives and corrosives bought online to residential addresses. At the time, Sajid Javid said: …

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Taylor’s Eye Witness Greenwich range

Taylor’s Eye Witness says: ‘Injecting some fashion into the normally conservative kitchen knife market, we recently launched the Greenwich range with on trend coloured handles and rainbow titanium coated blades. ‘The iridescent rainbow coating provides a very hard surface layer and increases corrosion resistance, whilst being easily spotted in a …

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Taylor’s Eye Witness Vintage range

Taylor’s Eye Witness launched the Vintage knife range at the Spring Fair. Inspired by the ornately decorated table and kitchen knives that the company produced in the 1800s, the Vintage collection exhibits ‘a touch of Victorian chic’ with a traditionally designed cast metal bolster. Taylor’s Eye Witness has been making …

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Housewares trio features in Boswells’ ‘fantastic brands’ list

Oxford department store Boswells has compiled a list of the 10 oldest labels on its shelves – all of which are well over 150 years old. Boswells, which has been trading since 1738, is the Oxfordshire city’s largest independent department store. It specialises in housewares, gifts, linens, luggage, cosmetics, pharmacy …

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