LLG Shops: Presents for Dog Lovers. Well….Dachshund lovers, really…

by Sasha Wilkins on December 17, 2012 · 3 comments

Posetta Baddog

Because of Grumpy above, there is no shortage of sausage-related merchandise chez LLG. (She is sporting her Woof! Markus Lupfer for Whistles’ sweater, a Christmas present from the Whistles press office. Sausage-size is a medium. Available here.)

So, next up in my present buying guide (we’ve had Godchildren & Tricky Women already), here is a rundown of my favourite sausage-related pieces: (and some for other animals too.)

Fenella Smith

Fenella Smith Dachshunds

Fenella Smith’s lovely ceramics are made in Stoke-on-Trent, the home of the Potteries. Using best Cornish clay, she creates strong, slip-cast tableware.

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Mug £17.50, Mini Mug £14.50, Dachshund Rectangular Dog Bowl £35.00, Slim Jug £27.50
(Also Black Labradors, Spaniels, Pugs  - hello Louisa these are right up your street! And, whisper it, cats.)
(Last date for ordering for Christmas is December 19th, so get a wiggle on. There’s free delivery over £75, and she ships worldwide.)

And in case you needed more sausage-style mugs:

Dachshund Mugs

Bottom left: Repeat Repeat’s Dachshund Silhouette Mug in Green, which Miss P gave me as a moving in present is actually on sale at Heals at the moment. £7.00 (was £10.00)

Bottom right: My sister gave me Mary Kilvert’s Larry the Long Dog Mug yesterday as an early Christmas present. £12.50 (+ free UK shipping)

Rory Dobner Marvellous Mugs Hot Dog Rory Dobner Marvellous Mugs Hot Dog

The artist Rory Dobner’s Marvellous Mugs are works of art in themselves. Lovely Richard gave me this one last year, when he spotted it in Liberty’s, and I adore it. (It’s called the Hot Dog, £16.) It’s sold out everywhere online, but his other mugs are at Graham & Green here, with other work is available from Liberty here.  BUT Rory tells me you can pick up a Hot Dog mug in person from his Hampstead studio, or he can pop one in the post. His website and more info is here.

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Wonderful hand-embroidered cushions and other dog-related loveliness from Edwyn UK. (I wrote about it all here.) Edwyn UK’s Etsy shop is here

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Katie Rose gave me this wonderful paperweight by Penny Lindop Designs £12.00. (She also sells Scotties, Border Terriers & Westies.)

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I also have an amazing Dachshund Tea Towel £9.95 from Bottle Green Homes. Inspired by Jackson de Beauvoir, their very own in-house miniature wire-haired dachshund, this tea towel will ring very, very true for any dachshund owner. (You can also read Jackson’s very own blog at http://jacksondebeauvoir.wordpress.com)

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Repeat Repeat also do a tea towel to match their mug (above), also quite clearly designed by someone who understands the obstreperous nature of the Sausage. £10.25

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And, if you really need one, you can buy a dachshund pen here. £3.25

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CW December 20, 2012 at 10:37

Those Fenella Smith mugs are adorable! I checked out her site after seeing her products here, and I think I want everything. I only wish she had a few more cat items, and that I had more dog lovers as friends to whom I could give some of her products as gifts.

I was in Anthropologie the other day (in the U.S.) and saw a couple more dachshund gifts that made me think of you/this post/Posetta Baddog. I don’t know if they’re available in UK stores/online, but they were this letter holder (http://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/product/search/25489923.jsp?cm_vc=SEARCH_RESULTS) and this extra wide notepad (http://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/product/search/20517520.jsp?cm_vc=SEARCH_RESULTS). I found the notepad particularly cute.

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Caren January 4, 2013 at 19:56

Thanks so much for sharing all these wonderful doxie goodies! Makes me wish I lived in the UK so I could get my hands on them in person :)
You’ve definitely shown me some designers + items I’ve never come by before – thanks for the Dachshund education!
~Caren

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