XMASWRAPPING

THAT’S CHRISTMAS ALL WRAPPED UP

If your recipient begins to crease up before their gift is revealed, take it as a sign that you lack the wrapping prowess of Penhaligon’s. What can we say? We’ve had 150 years of practice. But there’s no need to panic. Instead, discover Penhaligon’s festive assortment of gift-wrapping options, available with one's purchase.


This Christmas, our gift-wrapping options are inspired by classic British confectionery – with a Penhaligon’s twist of course. Choose from a festive colour palette of red and green, with candy cane-inspired ribbon to finish. Gifting this year is sure to transport you into a festive fantasy of sweet-smelling wonder and nostalgia. 
 

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FESTIVE GIFT-WRAPPING OPTIONS

Select from our festive assortment of gift-wrapping options. Add a special finishing touch to their gift this Christmas, available with one's purchase at checkout. T&Cs' apply.

TRADITIONALWRAPPING

THE TRADITIONAL WRAP

Wrapped with Penhaligon's gift wrap and the iconic, black-ribboned Coachman's Knot. 

FESTIVEREDWRAP

THE FESTIVE RED WRAP

A seasonal special. A red gift wrap, festive ribbon, and a green gift tag.  

SNOWMANFESTIVEWRAP

THE SNOWMAN'S FESTIVE WRAP

Wrapped with a red gift wrap, a festive ribbon, and a snowman gift tag. They'll be walking in the air!

GREENWRAP

THE FESTIVE GREEN WRAP

A seasonal special. A gift wrap, festive ribbon, and a red gift tag.

PREMIUM FESTIVE GIFT BOX OPTIONS

Or why not upgrade to one of our premium gift box options? Whether you opt for the signature or extravgent box, make their gift extra special this chrsitmas by selecting your choice at checkout. T&cs apply.

CLASSIC BOX

THE SIGNATURE GIFT BOX

Nestled in Penhaligon's gift box and tied with a black ribbon. 

SNOWMANBOX

THE EXTRAVAGANTLY FESTIVE GIFT BOX

Nestled in a festive gift box, and tied with a dashing ribbon, snowman gift tag and handkerchief. 

THE EXTRAVAGANTLY ICONIC GIFT BOX

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Nestled in a Penhaligon's gift box and tied with a black ribbon and handkerchief with express shipping.

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