Father's Day Gift Guide

15 June 2020

After several months in lockdown, it’s even more important Dad is shown appreciation this Father’s Day. Pack a picnic for the garden—with champagne of course—and bestow upon him one of the below gifts.

Leica D-Lux 7 Camera, £1,075

Leica has released a new colour of their celebrated D-Lux 7 compact camera just in time for the holiday. Updated with a black body and lens, it has a classic look that houses advanced technology for capturing unique moments in stunning quality. Lauded for its intuitive operating system, this discreet camera will enable him to freeze important moments in time, forever.

Tall Stoneware Mug, £28

Since morning coffee is typically enjoyed at home, for now, elevate his experience with this handcrafted mug. A matte exterior contrasts the glazed interior and handle, while the large size—approximately 250 ml—means it can hold enough coffee to fuel even the most sluggish of mornings.

The Impossible Collection of Wine, £825

Authored by the world’s best sommelier, Enrico Bernardo, this hand-bound book is an essential addition to the library of any wine connoisseur. Detailing the most exceptional wines of the twentieth century with consideration toward rarity, terroir, taste, and mystique, it features beautiful photography in an oversized silhouette and is presented in a wooden crate.

Cereus Paolina Cactus, £40

Even the most incapable green thumbs are typically able to care for succulents, such as this beautiful cactus. The experts at East London’s Prick take the guesswork out of which one to choose, even pairing the plants in a selection of stylish pots. Although their store has been closed throughout the pandemic, online orders are delivering throughout London.

Mr NICE CBD Oil, £70

Times have been stressful. If Dad needs a bit of extra relaxation, Mr NICE’s full-spectrum CBD oil can encourage him to chill. Inciting a greater sense of positivity, these drops can relieve stress, aches and pains, and even help with sleep. Mr NICE oversees production of their products from start to finish—often rare in the cannabinoid world—ensuring the best quality.

Asprey Hanover Leather Chess Case, £4,500

The most luxe gift for a chess aficionado, this set includes a foldout board with 32 hand-carved wooden pieces. Housed in a leather case with palladium hardware, it is lined in soft calfskin and features individual compartments for each piece. The carry handle means it can easily be transported on holiday or to the park, and the vegetable-tanned leather will wear well over time, taking on a personalised patina.

Orangerie Royale Tea, £12

Packaged in a chic black tin, this tea is naturally flavoured and created by hand. An Assam base is enhanced with strong citrus notes courtesy of blood orange peels, alongside marigold flower and hibiscus. Sunny and rejuvenating, this refreshing blend is a lovely gift for any Dad who prefers tea over coffee in the morning.

Bang & Olufsen P2 Portable Bluetooth Speaker, £149

Encourage Dad to bring his music into the garden, shower, or beach. This lightweight speaker from experts in sound Bang & Olufsen does not sacrifice quality or volume. Offering crystal clear sound, it is also splash and dust-resistant. Connecting via Bluetooth, it can be used for both music and calls. Slip into a pocket and go, a single charge will last for up to 10 hours—cue the drums.

For help procuring these gifts or for other suggestions, please contact your lifestyle manager.

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