Gift cards

  • Classic Caffè Nero Gift card

    Our classic gift card design is timeless and perfect for everyone.

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  • Penguin Classics: Metamorphosis

    Featuring an ordinary man who wakes up to find himself turned into a giant cockroach, Kafka’s masterpiece of unease and black humour, Metamorphosis, is is regarded as one of the best of his short stories. It also inspired for our latest gift card collection.

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  • Penguin Classics: Sanshiro

    A shy, unworldly young student has his eyes opened to Tokyo’s bustling metropolis, in this delicate, bitter-sweet work of innocence and experience from Japan’s foremost modern novelist.

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  • Penguin Classics: Walden

    One man’s account of his solitary and self-sufficient home in the New England woods, this is homage to the original book about abandoning our ‘lives of quiet desperation’ and getting back to nature.

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  • V&A Acanthus Leaf

    This block-printed design with a meandering repeat of stylised leaves was designed by Lewis Foreman Day (1845–1910) for Turnbull & Stockdale in 1888.

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  • V&A Falls Village

    A wonderful example of a dress fabric designed for U.S. silk manufacturer, Stehli Silks, in 1927.

    The range of unconventional dress fabrics were designed specifically to depict contemporary American life.  It forms a collection of dress fabrics held in the V&A’s textile collection.

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  • V&A Jelly fish

    The jelly fish dress fabric was manufactured by the Calico Printers’ Association in 1945. These novelty fabrics proved indispensable to the expanding summer leisure wear industry.

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  • V&A Shikhara

    Wallpaper designs such as Sikhara were produced for Lightbown & Apsinal’s Palladio range in the 1970s and are typical of ‘70s designers subverting historical styles.

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  • V&A Wald

    Designed by the German artist and architect, Josef Hillerbrand (1892–1981), this early-1930s gardenscape was produced by Morton Sundour Fabrics.

     

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  • V&A William Morris

    This furnishing fabric was designed by William Morris (1834–96) in 1884.  It required thirty-four wood blocks to print the full repeat, and was the most expensive of all the textiles produced by Morris & Co.

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  • V&A Penguin

    Inspired by the V&A’s national collection of textiles, our latest gift card features a glacial scene from Penguin furnishing fabric by the Old Bleach Linen Company, a manufacturer of linen textiles from Randalstown, Northern Ireland.

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  • V&A Voysey deer

    This charming deer motif has taken inspiration from an original design by the much celebrated C.F.A. Voysey (1857–1941).

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