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It has just been announced the Design Toscano, the US manufacturer of high quality garden ornaments which include many heavy duty resin statues will now be distributed to the UK market through Interpet.
Originally Design Toscano was distributed to the United Kingdom through Henri Studio who manufacture cast stone fountains, this was then moved over to the current distributor Hamac Trading who are based in Northern Ireland and distribute Aqua Creations resin water features.
The fact that Design Toscano have now moved their distribution to Interpet shows that they are taking the UK market very seriously as Interpet are a major player in the distribution of many products related to pets, aquatics, ornaments and much more.
We're also hoping that this means the Design Toscano range for the UK will be increased as only a certain range of products is currently available, but that's not to say that there aren't plenty already available.
You can learn more about the products that are available from Design Toscano by going to their website, if you are interested in any of the products available through our website have a look at our Design Toscano products page.
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