Gift Guide: For Your Favorite Anglophile

Gift Guide: For Your Favorite Anglophile

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Claire Bock
Nov 16, 2011

With the recent nuptials of Prince William and Kate and the upcoming 2012 Summer Olympics, the Brits are on everyone's mind at the moment. Find a unique gift for the Anglophile in your life by selecting an item that takes a traditional British symbol and puts a modern spin on the design.

Top Row
1. Needlepoint and bright colors just screams 1970's England in this coaster set. Jonathan Adler, $48
2. Tea time never felt so proper than with tea from Fortnum and Mason (It's where the Queen shops for her groceries). Williams-Sonoma, $14.95
3. Wrap up your gift in a neon London map tote. Maptote, $17

Middle Row
4. A fanciful collage of Big Ben. Paste SF, $75
5. Read up on the latest indy places to shop and eat in London with Eat, Shop, London. Amazon, $14.95
6. Wrap up a gift in this British map or frame it as a lovely print. Paper Source, $3.95

Bottom Row
7. A melamime tray by Swedish graphic artist Anna Viktorsson. Liberty, £28.50
8. Dine on the London skyline anywhere in the world. Transport for London, £24.95
9. Emma Bridgewater is a quintessential British artist whose designs are emblematic of jolly old England. Emma Bridgewater, £15.95

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