Too Marvellous Press Information

For more information about Too Marvellous see our About us page.

Below are Too Marvellous Logos available for Download for use in the press, publications and online.

Logos for use...

All of our logos are available for download here in EPS and JPG format in various sizes contained within a zip file. Simply right-click the appropriate logo and select 'Download file' to begin downloading the logo collection. Logos for download The version of our logo should be used for all print and web based advertising and written materials.
Too Marvellous Logos for download Packaging and products should use the Too Marvellous logo WITHOUT the

Where possible, the logo should be used in Silver foil, or Pantone® Silver 877C
Gray Richardson Logos for download With some 25 years of experience within the jewellery and luxury retail trade, our resident qualified jeweller Mr Gray Richardson brings together a fine collection of jewellery and leatherware for Too Marvellous.

Where possible, the logo should be used in Gold foil, or Pantone® Gold 871C

None of the above logos should be used at less than 120px wide on 72dpi backgrounds. This size is included in JPG format within the ZIP files. If you require a logo in a format or specific size not found within the above Zip files, please contact our Too Marvellous Designer and Brand Manager:

The biography of the Too Marvellous Chairman and Managing Director...

Graham Holland
My name is Graham Holland, I grew up in Yorkshire in the town of Harrogate. It is here where I began my career and qualified as a jeweller with A. Fattorini, a high profile retailer founded in 1831. It was a trade that I came to love and an employer who’s training in customer service and attention to detail I will always cherish dearly. The importance of the grounding that I acquired during my 6 years with them was one of the most important lessons that I had ever received.

It was with A. Fattorini that my love and appreciation for fine, handmade, beautifully designed and manufactured product began.

The desire to travel outside of the boundaries of Yorkshire however was too strong and I resigned my position in the mid 1990’s.

A year in Sydney Australia was the next important chapter in my young life, and my first taste of management. I was recruited as manager of the concession for Noritake, Japanese fine china and porcelain, within David Jones department store.

Upon returning to the UK, and in order to expand my knowledge of fine product I took a position with London’s Fortnum and Mason. Here I stayed for three years until I was offered the opportunity to start my own business, an ambition that had been growing quite rapidly for some time. On a totally different tack I, along with two business partners bought into a restaurant franchise and in 2001 opened our doors to the people of Battersea, south west London.

A great learning experience for me but I must confess I very quickly began to realise that this was not the calling I had hoped it would be! The restaurant was sold in 2004 when one of the partners decided he wanted to leave the business in order to run his own pub in the Hampshire countryside.

The last chapter saw me return to my colleagues and friends at Fortnum and Mason where I was promoted to buyer. For eight years I was involved with the procurement of various departments including perfumery and toiletries, gentlemen’s grooming, cookshop, fine china and crystal and my old favourites silver and antiques!

The various lessons and skills I had learnt over my career became the focus of consideration after leaving Fortnum and Mason. It was here when I decided to focus my attention on doing something for myself and so it began...

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