Game of Thrones Season 4: best gifts for fans

With Season 4 of HBO's flagship fantasy drama returning to our screens in April, we've put together a selection of Westeros-inspired gifts perfect for die-hard fans - regardless of your allegiance

Since the first episode Game of Thrones aired back in 2011, the medieval-inspired fantasy series has gained mainstream appeal and a cult following.

The characters and places explored in the books and the show have spawned an eclectic range of gifts to suit all tastes and budgets. Whether House Stark, Lannister, Baratheon or Targaryen we've found a range of present ideas for anyone who loves Game of Thrones.

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Verdict

For purists, the Game of Thrones 4D puzzle is a must. It is a unique piece that will keep you busy for hours. A Feast of Ice and Fire: The Official Companion Cookbook is a lovely present that combines food and fantasy in a series of mouth-watering dishes. For those on a budget, the Pop! Daenerys Targaryen figurine a steal for under a tenner.

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1. Arrow bookends, £20

2. Game of Thrones 4D puzzle, £44

3. Game of Thrones Pop! Daenerys Targaryen figurine, £8

4. Stark collegiate organic T-shirt, £19

5. Game of Thrones - Set of 3 Mugs: Map of Westeros, £30

6. A Feast of Ice and Fire: The Official Companion Cookbook, £17

7. Game of Thrones King's Landing Travel Print, £7

8. Game of Thrones Stark Direwolves Cufflinks, £19

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