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Classic Kiwiana Revived

Media release 2 November 2006

Classic Kiwiana Revived

Classic Kiwiana has been brought to life in House of Baddeck’s latest range of vibrant designer aprons, oven mitts and teatowels available from their Classic Kiwi Collection.

House of Baddeck has revitalized age old favourite kiwi icons such as the original tomato sauce bottle, pavlova, and icy slice ice cream wedged between pink wafers, showcasing genuine New Zealand heritage. Bringing a designer look to the classic kiwi barbie, House of Baddeck’s quirky Classic Kiwi Collection is fast acquiring the name as the “must have” accessories for the Kiwi bach and barbeque this summer.

Featuring the words ‘A classic kiwi sweetie’ and ‘A classic slice of kiwi’ alongside colourfully rich images of icy slice ice creams and pavlovas topped with kiwifruit, these little beauties are already being snapped up as the perfect Christmas presents ideal for friends, family and overseas visitors. And who could forget that nostalgic original rich red tomato sauce bottle perfectly summed up as ‘A classic taste of kiwi’ and reminiscent of kiwi summers in so many ways.

Bold and bright, House of Baddeck also offer a multitude of unique New Zealand themed gift ideas from their Canvas Capers and Contemporary Kiwi Collections.

So no longer must you search in vain for that perfect Christmas gift to send overseas – make an expatriate feel right at home with kiwi styled accessories and “A taste of Kiwi” from House of Baddeck’s exclusive range.

All products from House of Baddeck’s stunning Classic Kiwi Collection are designed and made in New Zealand.

Available from Smith & Caugheys and other leading stockists Ph 0800 331333


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