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Exciting new collaboration with ANTA Scotland!

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LOVE ANTA SCOTLAND? What’s not to love?

We adore ANTA… Beautifully decorated stoneware, textiles and furniture designed and made in Scotland, with sophisticated muted colours that are reflective of the Scottish landscape. Now you can purchase a selection of ANTA handpainted stoneware at our shop in Bruntsfield. The jugs, bowls and vases are perfect for an informal posy of flowers or a plant. Visit our shop and you’ll see our ever changing selection of beautiful flowers, foliage and plants set beside our gift-wrapped ANTA ceramics available to purchase.

At Snapdragon we are always on the look-out for stylish and fragrant candles to add to our select range of brands. ANTA, as luck would have it, produce a range of fragranced candles at their factory in the Highlands. There are 3 welcoming scents to choose from. Rose Geranium captures a garden in summer and will take you back there when it’s cold and dark outside. Welcoming and warm Orange & Cinnamon is wintry and festive, whilst Lavender is relaxing and calming. All candles are presented in the robust ANTA stoneware that can be re-used time and time again long after the flame goes out.

Of course there are plenty of fresh flowers to choose from at our Bruntsfield shop which compliment any ANTA design, but now, if you are shopping in ANTA’s George Street store you can also order a bouquet designed by Snapdragon to compliment your chosen tartan bowl, jug or vase. Great news if you are treating yourself, or someone special to a thoughtful gift. Each week the stoneware vessel and posy featured in ANTA’s celebrated ‘Tartan Tuesday’ email will be in the ANTA showroom to see if you welcome some inspiration! We also invite you to bring us your existing ANTA stoneware and we’ll make you a bloom to suit – a true match made in Scotland!

To learn more about the ANTA story, to sign up for their Tartan Tuesday emails and to see the full range click here

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