Victoria Eggs designs and manufactures premium quality homeware, gifts and stationery, made in Britain. The playful and bold designs celebrate Britishness and are guaranteed to bring a smile to your face. The designs range from hearty British grub to giant London buses, seaside fun to Christmas delights and are available on tea towels, aprons, canvas bags, oven mitts, mugs, cushions, screen prints, wallpaper, gift wrap and greetings cards.
Victoria Eggs chooses only ever to manufacture in the UK supports British jobs and local economies. Knowing where her products originate, what materials they are made of, and who has given them their finishing touches and seal of approval means that each and every one of the creations carries a personal story.
We offer exceptional customer service and strive to build long term relationships with direct customers and retailers alike.
Award winning designer Victoria Eggs (yes… that is her real name!) founded 'Victoria Eggs Ltd' in March 2011. Based in London, Victoria began her journey by selling tea towels, bags and T-Shirts on Spitalfields Market and storing all the stock in wardrobes and draws in her flat (including 150 mugs under the bed!). Her simple and eye-catching products are now available in over 150 stockists in UK and overseas, including Selfridges, West Elm, The Tate Galleries and Whole Foods and her fulfilment warehouse in Rugby dispatches orders worldwide on a daily basis.
The highly skilled manufactures use the finest materials including recycled FSC approved paper, organic cotton, fine bone china and environmentally friendly inks. Scattered around the UK, from Lincolnshire to Staffordshire, they combine traditional skills with modern technology and delicate craftsmanship.
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2. Write it down. If you have a plan then write it down, it's much more likely to happen if you do.
3. Build the right team: surround yourself with people that are enthusiastic and better than you in each area. You may know what Facebook is but it doesn't make you an expert!
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