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Some of our favourites in Bath this Christmas
The Silver Shed
Local jewellery designer maker using traditional silversmithing techniques to produce whimsical rings, bangles and pendants inspired by folklore and fairy tales.
Lucknam ParkFrom £245
21st Century country house living at its very best.
Luxury handmade & ethical handbags, clutch bags and purses made with the worlds finest eel skin leather.
Where Jamie Oliver meets Cath Kidston, at the heart of Milsom Street.