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Top Drawer preview: Dunoon

During the upcoming Top Drawer show, which runs January 15-17 at London’s Olympia, Dunoon will unveil a new range of geometric designs

During the upcoming SS17 edition of Top Drawer, set to take place January 15-17 at Olympia, London, fine china mug company Dunoon will reveal new geometric designs, among others.

Dunoon is a company that began manufacturing stoneware products in 1974 in Argyll, Scotland, and now delivers a wide array of fine bone china mugs in various original designs and unique shapes.

The company will unveil a variety of new designs and shapes at the show, including a new range of geometrics on the contemporary Lomond shape.

“We’ve used 22k gold in the six patterns, which makes this set incredibly eye-catching,” says sales manager Peter Smith, adding “the artist who produced them has put her own twist into the geometric patterns to give them a more hand-drawn look, while keeping them looking smart and crisp.

Find Dunoon in Home A69.

Top Drawer SS17
With thousands of hand-picked brands on the map, most showing exclusively, a host of exhibitors joining the roster for the first time, and more world launches than ever, Top Drawer S/S17, set to take place January 15-17, is set to be a winner for creative retailers on the look out for the finest new products.

As part of the Top Drawer landscape, Home will present more exclusive brands than ever, as well as an exclusively curated pick of around 1,000 UK and international brands across the entire lifestyle landscape, including Interior Accessories, Kitchen & Dining, Lighting & Furniture, and Outdoor Living. 

“Increasingly, brands are choosing to show at Home and nowhere else so, as well as more exclusives than ever, S/S17 includes new names to the show including Design Letters, Maxwell & Williams, Melin Tregwynt, Bluebellgray, and Tokyo Design Studio,” says Alejandro. 

These join destination brands such as Alessi, Black + Blum, BlissHome, Eva Solo, Garden Trading, LSA International, Grand Illusions, Bloomingville, Joseph Joseph, Make International, ICTC, Orla Kiely Home, IBride, PR Home, Skagerak, Stelton and Umbra.

Animating proceedings, star potter Keith Brymer Jones, from the BBC’s hit series The Great Pottery Throw Down brings ceramics dynamics to proceedings: he will be live in action at the wheel throughout the event bringing creative wonder to the heart of Home.

Academy Live returns, bringing expert voices to the live stage. The S/S17 programme, promising a provocative, inspiring and informative series of talks, will be announced soon.

The popular product trails are back too: Men Only highlights original gifts and accessories for him, while the UK Debut trail introduces buyers to new international brands showing for the first time in the UK. The Product GB and Eco trails are always in demand, helping visitors pinpoint products with a particular story about provenance and production. 

Top Drawer will be held January 15-17 2017 at London Olympia. Trade buyers are now invited to register online at

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