Tuesday 1st March 2016

New Products Launch For The Country Diary Of An Edwardian Lady

It's been an exciting Spring for The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady with new partners and categories coming through globally.

The Personalised Memento Company (PMC) launched their beautiful new range of personalised gifts at Spring Fair to include stationery, ceramics, candles, Christmas decorations and more. The collection targets women of all ages with three distinctive design treatments - traditional, modern and Christmas, covering a variety of designs from soft botanical illustrations, to festive prints and bolder simplistic design statements.

In addition, Samuel Lamont launched their home textiles range to include aprons, oven gloves and tea towels. Led by a festive product offering it is perfect for the Christmas period in any home. The range will be expanded later in the year to include an everyday home textiles collection.

The brand's success story is bolstered by ongoing new product development from long term card partner The Great British Card Company who have launched a new range of cards and formats for 2016.

Across the ocean in the US, new partners have been signed by local agent RJM Licensing to include Rizzoli for English language books set to launch Worldwide Spring 2017, while new calendar partner Tide Mark will be launching later this year.

The Country Diary of an Edwardian LadyTM is based on a 1906 hand-illustrated diary by noted British illustrator Edith Holden who recorded with words and illustrations the seasonal changes in flora and fauna in the English Countryside. The book has sold millions of copies in its print editions globally.

With new design treatments delivered regularly adding to the extensive artwork bank, partners have the freedom to create styles to suit a variety of products and seasons.

The Country Diary of an Edwardian LadyTM © Rowena Stott (Designs) Ltd/Lilytig Ltd, 2016



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