During this renaissance, all the vegetation which had been soundly asleep during the dark winter months comes alive. So do Cadeaux de France goods. Our suppliers have outdone themselves for Spring 2019.
The Cadeaux de France team will be hosting a warm and inviting booth of all French wares – our linens, skin and body care products, and fun and clever tabletop items – at the renowned DASH Spring Market from May 2-5 at Silverstreet Studio, 2000 Edwards St just off Washington Ave. in Houston. There is a great map on the Website: www.dashhouston.com
Renowned Garnier Thiebaut linens are the focus of our presentation at this spectacular design market. The Spring/Summer Collection that the artists at GT have created captures the true essence of the French spring season. From lovely warm and frequently bold colors to enchanting floral and graphic jacquards, all the table linens are extraordinaire. The multi-functional torchons are zippy, whimsical, as well as subtle and smooth to wrap a bottle of wine for the hostess or line a bread basket. They are just gorgeous this season!
We also spotlight our Pré de Provence Heritage Savons, Creams and Gels at DASH. In staying with the season, Rose de Mai gift sets have been prepared, beautifully wrapped and are all ready for Mother’s Day on May 12.
And we always carry a varied line of Lavender products: savons, lotions, gels, and Crème de Mains.
Naturally, the No.63 Collection for Men will be featured, ready also for Father’s Day gifting on June 16 this year.
To celebrate the wonderful current Van Gogh exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts, we have Pré de Provence Starry Night savons.
And you can pick up some miel de lavande (lavender honey) and EVOO in a strikingly designed metal container. Surely they are both from France among the other yummies we will have.
With 100+ vendors, this promises to be an outstanding show! Come by the booth and have a glass of Mimi de Provence, a superb new rosé wine, and petites galettes.
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