The Copyrights Group, which manages licensing for the classic book The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady, has announced a series of new extensions for the brand including an e-book edition and new product partners.
RosettaBooks has created a digital version of the book now available for iPad, which is based on the 1906 hand-illustrated diary by British illustrator Edith Holden.
For decades the Country Dairy merchandising program has been led by a paper goods line at Marks & Spencer in England. Now Copyrights has teamed up with new partners in the U.K and the U.S. New products including tapestry and printed cushions, greetings cards, kitchen textiles and ceramics will launch this spring in the U.K. In the U.S., Sellers has signed on to create calendars and burton + BURTON is preparing a new gifting range.