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Pen Holder (Wyrm - Dragon)

We've all been there. You've got several pens, and it looks a bit untidy with them rolling around the desk all higgledypiggledy. Worse still, one of them's round: it might roll off onto the floor where someone might step on it ... or worse.

You, Sir or Madam, need a pen holder!

"Wyrm" is, as you may guess, not a squishy thing usually found under a log in your garden. It is an archaic term for a dragon. This one's actually called Bruce, but will answer to "Wyrm" if you'd rather.

Height: 11cm approx.


Mechanical Fire incense holder

A creature of ancient mythology, rendered in a genre style identified by a motif of futuristic technology in a Victorian historical context. With a joss stick rammed between its shoulderblades. You'd be surprised how many letters we've been getting looking for exactly this.

About 33cm nose to tail.


Embossed notebook (Sacred Love)

With a tough hardback binding and integral ribbon bookmark, 150 blank pages (well, it looks about that many) await your scribbling pleasure within this eerily beautiful A5 notebook.

When the world around you turns bright blue, the Sacred Love of a unicorn and its foal will see you through. That's what my gran used to say anyway, and she knew a thing or two about atmospheric anomalies and cryptids.


Three Wise Goblins

As if Skeletons and Cats weren't enough, now here are some goblins getting in on the "Three Wise thingies" meme. (Or is it three Vince Cables?)

Although often depicted as villainous rogues in modern fiction, goblins' earliest folkloric depictions were as helpful (if playful) household spirits, often found doing housework while the dweller slept.



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