With Christmas nearly upon us, we’d recommend ordering in some of these great British Christmas gifts for him.
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This bridge set from Smythson is made from printed calf leather and comes with jotter pads and gilded pencils. Playing cards included.
These hand-crafted scarves come with a 200-year pedigree and are made to the same style as they were during the reign of Queen Victoria. This ‘butcher blue’ pin spot sized foulard printed silk twill scarf with ivory polkadots is timeless.
Classic styling combines with state-of-the-art DAB technology in this beautiful Roberts Revival digital radio with LCD display and backlight.
Dress to kill
This meticulously crafted floral tie from the Savile Row Company has wool interlining and a hand finish, and would go well with a blue or white shirt.
Luxury leather brand Ettinger offers fine hand-made products, like this purple billfold wallet, inspired by the hues of a £20 note.
Back in time
This watch is the perfect gift for collectors. The face is displayed in an attractive hand-blown glass dome with cherry wood base.
These hallmarked silver racing car cufflinks are by silversmiths Deakin & Francis, a British company that dates from 1786.
This Limited Edition Wright Flyer from British watchmaker Bremont includes original material from the 1903 Wright Flyer (the first powered flight), which the manufacturer describes as “priceless”.
£17,950 ($28,950) for stainless steel; £27,950 ($45,000) for rose gold; £30,950 ($50,000) for white gold.
Tickets to the Battle Proms
Think ahead this Christmas and buy tickets to next summer’s Battle Proms: a series of musical celebrations featuring cannons, Spitfires and fireworks, with a patriotic atmosphere.
£29.50/$47 if you book before Christmas; a great saving on the full £40 gate price
Buy a Bond jumper
To celebrate the golden anniversary of the James Bond film Goldfinger, tailor Anthony Sinclair has collaborated with Slazenger’s exclusive Heritage Gold label to re-issue the iconic sweater worn by Sean Connery in the film. The burgundy V-neck sweater has been recreated using merino wool yarn and embroidered with the original 1960s Slazenger Panther logo.
Sherlock Holmes deerstalker
To coincide with the Sherlock Holmes exhibition, which launched at the Museum of London in October, you can now purchase a deerstalker hat or flat cap, both made of grey tweed with accents of blue and gold, from the Museum of London shop, for the would-be detectives in your life. The hats are produced by Lovat Mill for Christys’ London, which has been making hats since 1773.
Deerstalker £47 ($75), flat cap £39 ($62), Christys’ red hat box £15 ($24).