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Scott Brothers become official UK distributor for Décor homewares

Published: 15 September 2016
Scott Brothers, the UK's leading distributor of household storage products, have become the official UK distributor for Australian-owned homewares company Décor.
Scott Brothers become official UK distributor for Décor homewares
Boasting an extensive product-range, including kitchenware, picnicware, gardenware, brushware and baby-care products, Duncan Pratt-Thompson, MD, Scott Bothers, said, "We're delighted to work alongside Décor who built their reputation on design excellence and product quality. It's exciting to bring award-winning products like Thermostone® and Microsafe® to the UK market."

The Thermostone® stoneware baking range is the latest innovation in baking and winner of the Ambiente's Design Award for 2016. Beautifully designed, allowing you to take meals straight from the oven to the table for serving.

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08 April 2017 01:31:48
Joyce

Hi there. 

I would like to know where I can buy decor microsafe food containers here in uk. Many thanks. 

 

Joyce

 

 


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