Father’s Day: More Gift Ideas On Our Radar

Seven days to go, seven more suggestions.

Ecridor Avenue Pens,  from £275, by Caran d’Ache
Inspired by Art Deco, the Ecridor Avenue combines the art of guilloche with Swiss precision, over a six-sided geometry that  Caran d’Ache fans will recognise instantly.

Father & Son Day t-shirts, £75, by Orlebar Brown
Available at orlebarbrown.com and mrporter.com, these garments celebrate Father and Son Day, which was set up in 2014 by Daniel Marks and Jack Dyson, both survivors of testicular cancer, to elevate consciousness around male cancer. Proceeds from the tees will help fund the staff counselling and psychotherapy team at The Royal Marsden.

 

Gift Vouchers, Various Amounts,  The Beaumont and The Colony Gil
Whether he opts for a spa package or haircut and wet shave, the London hotel has pledged that for each Gift Voucher sold, until 31 December 2020, a donation of 20 per cent of the purchase price will be made to NHS Charities Together – to support the extraordinary work of the NHS frontline staff during the COVID-19 crisis.

‘Bailey’ Cufflinks in Donegal Granite, £190, By Alistair R
Nature’s imperfections and a love of simple, clean design informs these, and other products from UK studio Alistair R.

Water Bottle, £95, by Larq
The perfect gift for the active parent, this rehydration tool self-cleans itself at the touch of the button using UV-C light. Yup.

Sherried Whisky, £50, by Darkness
This 8-year-old single malt is matured in ex-bourbon barrels, before spending three months in specially-coopered Oloroso sherry octaves.

Walnut Burr Notebook, £300, by Bark & Rock
With Royal Mail research reporting one in five Brits, during lockdown, ordering stationery in a bid to be more creative, Bark & Rock’s B5-sized edition made from the burr of the Walnut tree, in a growth normally found in the root system offering wonderful wood grain patterns, is perfect for the father who has decided to live by the pen.

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