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The article, although embryonic, is referenced and is certainly not 'promotional' - I don't work for the company, nor (unfortunately) do I own any of their products! If there is a specific section with which anyone has an argument then I will happily rewrite it. As ever, I attempted to be as neutral as possible when writing, but it can be tricky to describe a company producing products as gorgeous as these without appearing a little 'biased'! (this a talk page, I can say that here...) As I say, I would be happy to take any suggestion about rewriting the article. ANHL (talk) 21:29, 19 March 2012 (UTC)