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Viners Select Gold Cake Server

The Viners Select Cake Server will add style and sophistication to any dinner setting. With a subtle, slender teardrop handle shape, the server is expertly balanced, making it a delight to hold. Crafted from the finest quality 18.0 stainless steel, it is finished in a luxurious gold-coloured, titanium coating. 0151 …

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Kilner Yoghurt Making Set

Creating homemade yoghurt has never been easier with the Kilner Yoghurt Making Set. Ready to consume after only 10 hours, this set comes with a 0.5 Litre Jar, a 0.25 litre jar to decant into smaller portions, a steel thermometer, an insulating pouch, two metal lids and a handy recipe …

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Viners Twilight 6-piece Knife Block Set

The Viners Twilight 6-piece Knife Block Set contains all you need for food preparation in the kitchen. Featuring contoured handles for optimum comfort and grip, the non-stick coated blades help reduce cutting friction when preparing food, while the clear block showcases and protects the blades. 0151 486 1888 sales@rayware.co.uk www.rayware.co.uk 

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Price & Kensington Sweet Bee Teapot

The Price & Kensington Sweet Bee teapot is made from durable stoneware and boasts a moulded beehive, ribbed effect. The teapot is decorated with cute flying bumblebees and decorative spots and is perfect for entertaining. This teapot is part of a coordinating collection, including dinnerware and other ceramic items. 0151 …

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Kilner Smoothie Making Set

The Kilner Smoothie Making Set makes it incredibly easy to create homemade smoothies or other cold drinks. Its uniquely designed silicone splash guard prevents spills during blending, while the durable stainless steel straw can be kept in place by the innovative silicone holder when not in use. 0151 486 1888 …

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‘The Kilner Cookbook’ hits shelves next month

Housewares brand Kilner is celebrating its 175th anniversary with the launch of its first cookbook on August 10. The original Kilner jar was invented by John Kilner and Co in 1842 in England and is now used worldwide to not only preserve and pickle fruit and vegetables but to cook …

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