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Time to reconnect...

As Spring blossoms with change and new beginnings, we are inspired to embrace the beauty of nature and connect with our loved ones.

From heart-warming family get-togethers to idyllic picnics in serene parks, an air of anticipation and joy fills the air.

This month, immerse yourself in our delightful collection of gifts, from handmade ceramics and whimsical jewellery to artisan-designed objects, crafted using traditional techniques.

Treasures from nature

Grainne Morton never ceases to surprise us with her fun and joyful creations, made using ethically sourced 18k gold-plated silver, vintage glass and found objects.

A celestial get-together

The magical lights of planets and stars come together in this extraordinary tablecloth by Malaika Linens, delicately made using an appliqué technique.

Unknown Territory x GBG

Greek Bearing Gifts first collaboration with The Unknown Territory is inspired by the epic Story of Troy. It is the tale of a Greek Gift that turned out to be both a surprise and masterstroke.

Who is your favourite hero?
Helen, Paris, Achilles or the Trojan Horse?

Our Wrapping

Each gift is gorgeously wrapped with sustainability in mind, using eco-friendly materials.

A reusable pouch is included with every purchase and a personalised handwritten note can be added.

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Our Green Initiative

Our impact on the planet is important to us, which is why we have partnered with the Future Trees Trust, with a donation being made for each sale. In addition to this, we endeavour to use eco-friendly packaging and wherever possible to make this recyclable or ideally reusable. Of course, there is still more to be done. We will continue to make changes whenever possible to prioritise the planet and create an environmentally sensitive brand that future generations can be proud of. future="Everyone knows that we need more trees to help save the planet. Future Trees Trust is a charity dedicated to improving broadleaved trees by conventional selective breeding. By helping trees to survive longer, sequester more carbon and produce more timber more quickly, many more people will choose to plant broadleaved trees, with all the benefits they bring to our environment, our society and our economy." For more information on the Future Trees Trust, please click here.