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NZ Gifts – In Time and Perfect for Christmas

New Zealand Gifts – In Time and Perfect for Christmas

Nelson, New Zealand - - 11/14/07 - - New Zealand Gifts On-line Retailer Silverfernz.com offer a large selection of New Zealand Gifts for Christmas with cheap and fast shipping.

The on line retailer of New Zealand gifts, jewelry, and souvenirs adds is making sure everyone who wants a piece of New Zealand this Christmas will get it on time. They offer a large selection of New Zealand icons and gifts including greenstone, bone, paua and native wooden jewelry and gifts and this year are making sure all their customers get their gifts on time.

“We have tried extremely hard to make sure we have stock of all our items so they can ship as soon as someone orders,” says David Finlay of Silverfernz. “this combined with a fast and inexpensive shipping service means our customers won’t be disappointed this Christmas.”

Silverfernz have extended the final dates for shipping as long as possible to ensure orders get to their customers in time for the Christmas holidays. Items shipped via Airmail to Australia can be purchased up to the 10^th of December, for the rest of the world orders can be made up until the 3^rd of December. After these dates customers can choose the express option which means Australian orders can be placed up until the 17^th of December and to the 12^th of December for the rest of the World.

“With our inexpensive fast shipping, our customers can be sure we will get their New Zealand gifts to them in time for Christmas” Finlay Says.” Ensuring a fun filled Kiwi Christmas for all.”

Silverfernz also offers New Zealand gifts, jewelry and New Zealand made and themed items.

Silverfernz ships around the World from New Zealand. Visit Silverfernz online at See... http://www.silverfernz.com

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