March Newsletter

21 March 2017
   
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Spring in Salisbury

Isn't it wonderul that Spring is finally here. We've had some beautiful days in the city and the parks and Cathedral Close are coming to life with the Spring bulbs cheering up the gloomier days. Our Mothers' Day and Easter stock is in and we have some more fabulous deliveries coming from Voyage Maison, Thomas Kent and India Jane. Our SS17 collection of scarves from Amet & Ladoue is stunning and we have summer hats and bags to complement them.

In May we are supporting the Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival. Click on the image above to go straight through to their website.

 

Mother's Day

We have so many great ideas for Mother's Day gifts from Katie Loxton's pouches and keyrings to Emma Bridgewater's Mum and Mummy mugs; from our vintage china and glass to scented candles and beautiful scarves. 

Happy Mother's Day to you all!

 

Eco Braided Rugs

These new rugs are wonderful. They are as strong as our very popular jute rugs but are much softer and can be left in the sun or damp areas as they won't fade or go mouldy - you could even leave them outside! They are machine washable and dry naturally very quickly.Made from recycled plastics these rugs are Eco friendly and look fab.

 

Loyalty Scheme

Scrummy is a free loyalty app which is being used by more and more businesses in Salisbury including Henderson's, Cambridge Wines and Fisherton Mill. it is easy to download and each businbess offers points on each transaction ( usually with a minimum spend) which can be redeemed for vouchers.

At Casa Fina you receive a point every time you spend £25, when you collect 4 points you receive a £5 voucher. 

 

Nicola's Fundraising Raffle

Nicola Sadler from the High Street Post Office is running the London Marathon in April in order to raise money for Cancer Research UK. We have donated these beautiful chamagne saucers and other local businesses have come up trumps by donating silver jewellery, a Raffinee handbag, meal vouchers, champagne, hair cuts and loads more. Tickets are just £1 and we have some to sell in Casa Fina so please support Nicola.

 

Vintage notes - Glass

We love glassware and often pick up pretty pieces on our travels. Cut glass peaked in popularity by 1900 - its intricately cut patterns reflected the candlelight at the dinner table. By Edwardian times etched glass became popular and we find the best examples of both at reasonable prices from decanters & drinking glasses to candlesticks, trifle bowls and individual smaller bowls which were usually sold in sets to go with berry bowls or as fingerbowls. Our custard cups are cute too - little footed bowls with handles originally used for serving syllabub, jelly or custard after a meal.  

 

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