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New Creaturewares: colourful coasters and beautiful bowls

The cheeky Creaturewares pets are back! Starring the curious cats and the ‘Rabble’ dogs, the adorable furry friends are making their first appearance on new gift ideas for animal lovers.
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Creaturewares pet feeding bowl from Burgon & Ball
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New Creaturewares: colourful coasters and beautiful bowls

The cheeky Creaturewares pets are back! Starring the curious cats and the ‘Rabble’ dogs, the adorable furry friends are making their first appearance on new gift ideas for animal lovers.

The happy hounds and the feline friends star on colourful sets of coasters to bring elevenses to life! These high quality, vibrant coasters have a cork backing to protect furniture, and a glossy finish to the upper that really makes the colours sing out. Each of the four coasters in the ‘Doris’ cat set and the ‘Rabble’ dog set features a different print, so everyone can pick their favourite.

And for the first time in the Creaturewares range, our furry friends get a product, just for them! These bright and beautiful feeding bowls are brilliantly practical. The 15cm diameter ‘Doris’ cat bowl and the 21.5 cm diameter ‘Rabble’ dog version are manufactured in sturdy stainless steel with a tough powder coating for durability. There’s also a contrasting non-slip silicon ring around the base to keep the bowls firmly in place on the floor - even with the most enthusiastic eater.

These new gift ideas make perfect presents for anyone who adores their dog or worships their cat. The cheery Creatures are just too adorable, and are sure to bring a smile to faces both human – and furry!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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