We can all agree dads are special. That is why when you are looking for gifts for Dad you should give him something special. They’ve taught us to ride a bike, drive a car and have encouraged us to be the best we can be, and also been that late night taxi service. He’ll love a British made Father’s Day gift and will surely treasure it. And every time they use it the gift, it will remind them of you. Show your appreciation and love with gifts for Dad made with craftsmanship and love.
Sir Gordon Bennett knows what Dad’s like. And know how hard they are to buy for. Gifts that are well made and do the job that they are intended. That is why Sir Gordon Bennett purveys British made goods and gifts that make splendid Father’s Day Gifts.
Maybe Dada is a bit of an adventurer, then a pair of William Whiteley Expedition Scissors made buy the oldest scissor workshop in the world. Perfect for the outdoorsy Dad. Cuts through pretty much anything. Or maybe he is into his classic car, then a pair of handcrafted classic driving gloves would get his motor running. He could of course be more of a bookish type of guy and love a pair of slate bookends, hewn from the Old Man of Coniston in the Lake District.
He maybe more at home pottering around in the garden or shed then a handmade Khaki canvas and leather apron that come with a lifetime guarantee would be more his style. He could of course be a builder or architect, then what could be better than a stunning Brick vase. And as he has spent many years running after his kids he may really appreciate a traditional seaweed bath, made from seaweed harvested from the Kent coast.
Sir Gordon Bennett is dedicated to purveying goods and gifts that people actually want in their lives and that have less of an impact in the environment, especially on Father’s day.
SirGordonBennett.com is a specially curated, content driven online shop. Everything we purvey must pass through 4 fundamentals before Sir Gordon gives it its seal of approval. In cascading order they must, look beautiful, be made well, work better and finally produced in Britain. We believe that people should buy less but buy better. We follow many of the principles of John Ruskin and William Morris but added modernity to their thoughts. We call the goods we purvey Modern Heritage.