Launch Of Exclusive Luxury Gift Hampers Inspired By Masterpieces From The National Gallery
Prestige Gifting Limited and its sister brand Prestige Hampers™, are delighted to launch a luxury gift hamper filled with fine wine and exquisite gourmet food in collaboration with the National Gallery Company Ltd. The National Gallery’s Delicious Art™ range brings together high quality gift food and drink, inspired by the magnificence of the National Gallery’s collection.
Prestige Gifting Ltd, producers of high end retail gifting and owners of the widely recognised international flower delivery brand Prestige Flowers™ and luxury brand Prestige Hampers™, have designed a hamper with a selection of some of the finest products from the Delicious Art™ range. Each hamper is hand made to the highest standards; the quality of craftsmanship is exemplary with only the very best willow selected for the National Gallery Company Ltd.
Philip Crowther, head of sales and marketing at Prestige has said, “We are all very proud to be working with The National Gallery Company. When we were first approached, we jumped at the chance to collaborate to develop this product and we have many more great ideas for the National Gallery Shops.”
Colin Chester, Head of Buying at the National Gallery Company said, “We are delighted to be collaborating with Prestige Gifting in launching our first Delicious Art Hamper and we look forward to developing more exciting products in due course”.
About Prestige Gifting Limited:
Prestige Gifting Limited, based in the heart of the Yorkshire valley, is a UK based privately owned gift company with despatch facilities throughout the UK and in Europe. The company not only owns the popular brand Prestige Flowers, Prestige Hampers and 123 Flowers but also works with some of the biggest brands in the industry via e-commerce and retail with an international presence.
About The National Gallery
The National Gallery houses the national collection of paintings in the Western European tradition from the 13th to the 19th centuries. The collection contains over 2,300 works including many famous works such as van Eyck’s Arnolfini Portrait, Velázquez’s Rokeby Venus, Turner’s Fighting Temeraire and Van Gogh’s Sunflowers. All major traditions of Western European painting are represented from the artists of late medieval and Renaissance Italy to the French Impressionists.
With a commitment to free admission, a central and accessible site, and extended opening hours the Gallery ensures its collection can be enjoyed by the widest public possible.
About the National Gallery Company Limited
The National Gallery Company Limited is owned by the National Gallery Trust; the primary purpose of the Company is to generate income for the Trust and The National Gallery, through a number of commercial operations. The main business is to run the Gallery Shops in store and online at www.nationalgallery.co.uk produce a range of commercial publications, products and services including licensing images, to both enhance the experience of visitors to the Gallery and effectively reach markets beyond the Gallery.
Every purchase from the shops and restaurants generates valuable revenue for the Gallery to ensure that future generations are able to enjoy the paintings as we do today.