23 APR 2013

Press - April 2013

April has seen some of Mr Bigglesworthy's most exciting press yet!

VIVA - 24 APRIL 2013 It was awesome to be part of Viva's 10 Favorite Things feature! Dan and Emma shared their passion for design, gardening and unique objects with Viva's dedicated readers and we were overwhelmed with the positive response. Click here to read the article in full. KIA ORA - APRIL 2013 After featuring in the April edition of Kia Ora magazine, the Ubelaker vase was sold the next day! VIVA - 17 APRIL 2013 Our luxurious Adrian Pearsall sofa was highlighted in an edition of Viva, earlier in the month. It was up for auction at Webb's on April 17 and has gone to a happy new home.

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