The F&C Blog — Silk Scarves

Flowers in Art - A Fragrant Romp Through History by Jemima Haddock

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Flowers in Art - A Fragrant Romp Through History by Jemima Haddock

Florals are probably the most frequently used designs on textiles, for clothing and furnishings alike. 

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A Silky Something for Someone Special by Ashley Peters

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A Silky Something for Someone Special by Ashley Peters

The transience of cherry blossom reminds your Valentine to savour the beauty of love and life...

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Silk: Small luxury, big benefits.

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Silk: Small luxury, big benefits.

Silk is the perfect travel accessory and wonderfully versatile, and it takes up no space in your luggage.

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New Balls Please!

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New Balls Please!

An estimated 27,000 kilos of Strawberries and 7,000 litres of cream are eaten each year during the two weeks of the Wimbledon tournament.

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Discover Ancient Egypt

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Discover Ancient Egypt

5000 years ago the region now known as Egypt was instead referred to by its ancient people as km.t, often styled today as Kemet meaning ‘the black land’.

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