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Van Dyks Launches Maxwell & Williams Online

Van Dyks Launches Maxwell & Williams Online


Van Dyks Launches Maxwell & Williams Online 23rd June/12.30pm, Putaruru, New Zealand; Maxwell & Williams is globally known for it's range and affordability when it comes to designer homewares.

Van Dyks have over 500 lines of Maxwell and Williams with over 200 lines currently available online. Maxwell & Williams unique and diverse collections offer an abundance of products from which to choose.

From the kitchen to the table and beyond, through to the variety of materials offered, including the finest-quality ceramics, glass, stainless steel, acrylics and the like. Van Dyks is proud to offer this popular brand online to make it easier for customers to buy Maxwell and Williams online.

In fact Maxwell & Williams have over 1500 product lines and the brand is sold in over 50 countries. "Our recent Maxwell & Williams prize draw created a record number of entries, proving how popluar this brand is" said William Wetere

" When I won my Maxwell and Williams prize I was rapted as I knew it was top quality" explained Marina Hireme, winner of the prize draw.

Information about buying Maxwell & Williams is available at their website: www.vandyks.co.nz Maxwell and Williams can be purchased starting from around $2 through the website and an extra 15% discount is available when joining Club Van Dyks membership program.

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