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The 10 Best Mother's Day gifts

By Kate Hilpern

Published 16/03/2012

<b>1. The Merchant Hotel afternoon tea</b>
1. The Merchant Hotel afternoon tea £19.50,
2. Engraved pebbles £14, Smoothed and flattened naturally on riverbeds, these stones are engraved with whatever words you want.
3. Rococo Cat That Got the Cream chocolates £16, Inside you get 12 delicate little ganache truffles made from Valrhona chocolate.
4. Flowers From £6, You'll be spoilt for choice with M&S's list of striking arrangements, many of which are presented in chic gift bags.
5. Vintage Classics £9.99, Vintage Classics has teamed up with the V&A Museum and a host of designers to produce a series of new covers for well-known books.
6. Dior 5 Couleurs lift eyeshadow £36.90, Here's a luxurious make-up kit with a colour combination to suit all ages and tastes.
7. Early Bird mug £9.99, This chirpy mug will go down well with your mother, and even better if you remember to fill it with tea from time to time.
8. Family silhouette print From £40, Choose a much-loved photo of your family and this company will turn it into a stunning custom-designed digital-silhouette print.
9. Aromatherapy Associates de-stress oil £37, This lush oil is blended with wild camomile, petitgrain and frankincense to help to clear the mind.
10. Albelli personalised canvas From £19.95, Dig out a precious drawing or artwork of your mother's and turn it into a piece of everlasting wall art.

1. The Merchant Hotel afternoon tea £19.50,


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