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Win a large Luisa Cevese Riedizioni tote bag

LUISA CEVESE RIEDIZIONI is a collection of home and personal accessories made out of an innovative and original material, called II (eleven), which recycles industrial leftovers – mainly textile scraps – and combines them with polyurethane. Each piece, entirely made in Italy, is unique due to the nature of its basic, scrap elements and its sustainable production process: almost like a craftsman, the machine “decides” what to do each time, creating a truly unique product. We are happy to offer readers the chance to win a large tote bag made with coloured silk selvedges worth £498.

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Win a 'for Her' bespoke gift box from Assembly of Objects

Assembly of Objects search for exceptional goods, creating an interplay of established brands and emerging makers, set within exquisite limited edition gift boxes. We believe that to give is one of life’s great pleasures, and to do it well is an art. Assembly of Objects is offering Selvedge readers the chance to win a for Her bespoke gift box. This thoughtful curation for a bright, well-travelled woman with an eye for design and luxury includes a hand-dyed indigo shibori silk twill scarf by Lookout & Wonderland, Irving Place Studio’s hand-thrown lidded bowl, Hiba soap by Studio Cue LA, P.F. Candle Co's hand-poured Mojave candle, shea butter handcreme by Tokyomilk Dark and the 849 Original iconic ballpoint by Caran D'Ache. Presented in a handmade wooden box with a reversible sliding lid, this gift also features original artwork by Dani Garreton. 

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Win an exclusive candle-lit tour of Alastair Hendy's famous Tudor House

Alastair Hendy is offering our readers an exclusive candle-lit tour of his famous Tudor House in Hastings Old Town, no 135 All Saints Street. Available for a party of up to six people, readers are in with a chance to explore this 16th century merchant’s house and experience first hand what is quite possibly one of the city’s most atmospheric and historical houses – meticulously restored to its original design by Alastair Hendy himself. Over the course of five years he has restored every internal fixture to create a marvelously authentic portal back to the Tudor era. The house will be open to visitors during the May bank holiday – Hastings’ Jack In The Green weekend, on Sunday 30th April and 1st May.

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