Valentiner Designs - always a little different

on 06 June 2017.

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Independent trading at its finest, Valentiner Designs is a perfect example of what Marlborough does best – selling fairly-priced, quality products that you won’t find in the big chains. Informed by a rigorous design aesthetic, Valentiner’s range of gifts both quirky and tasteful, well-chosen beauty products and fashion accessories, and a very witty selection of greetings cards make for browsing heaven. Combine this with a first-rate kitchen shop on the 1st floor and what you have is an irresistible urge to spend. Happy shopping.

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