Get Inspired with Good Father’s Day Gifts
First in our pick of good Father’s Day gifts is this personalised token by Spaceform is engraved with the phrase ‘I am so glad that you are my dad’ and can be combined with a personalised signature. Focusing on quality of craftsmanship, Spaceform’s personalised tokens go through 32 individual hand-making processes before the finished design is complete. Creating a unique gift that can be treasured for years. Retailing at £40 personalised tokens are available to purchase from the Spaceform website.
Luckies is a great London-based company with an extensive range of cool, stylish gifts; amongst the selection is a number of unique gift ideas for Father’s Day. The Memo Mug is great for office-based or entrepreneurial dads. Alternatively team a Father’s Day fry up with a Luckies Fried Egg Cup. Retailing at £8.95 each, Luckies gifts are available from stockists nationwide and direct from the Luckies website.
A few months ago I featured independent retailer, Hirst & Hirst in a ‘Meet the Retailer’ feature here on the blog. One of their gift picks was a James Bond-themed typography artwork by TypaPrint; from first seeing the print I thought it would be an amazing gift for Father’s Day. Specialising in forgotten quotes and characters from TV & film, TypaPrint create unique works of art that would make fabulous gifts for dad’s. The James Bond print retails at £32 and can be purchased from the TypaPrint website.
Georgie Parker design quintessentially British gifts, with every item manufactured right here in the UK. My last Father’s Day pick for today is from their collection of bone china ceramics. In a dark rustic colour palette, each mug features a sport-themed photographic image, paired with a co-ordinated British sporting phrase. Mugs retail at £10.99 each or £39.99 for a set of four, and are available to see and purchase on the Georgie Parker website.