This is a range celebrating the pioneering days of space travel from that era, taking influence from the Soviet era artistry seen on postage stamps, posters and associated space race ephemera from years gone by. Bright, bold, eye-catching and definitely a talking point.
A lot on the range too. The porcelain tableware collection features individually boxed mugs (£10) and a boxed set of four side plates (£22.50).
There is also a kitchenware collection consisting of mixer glasses in four different styles (£8), a boxed set of four mini glasses (£16), a boxed set of four cork backed lacquer coated coasters (£10), a large bamboo fibre platter (£16), a set of four bamboo catch-all trays (£16), a pack of two cotton tea towels (£14) and the T-BOT – a waste disposal ceramic caddy in the form of a helpful droid for £15.
Oh yes, not forgetting the stationery and homeware accessories collection too, which includes notebooks in four different designs (£7), a set of four nesting cardboard boxes (£16), greetings cards in four different designs (£2.25), giftwrap (£2) and a module unit storage system available in two designs for £15.
All of that can be picked up at Life of Jay