Shoppers have been warned to avoid counterfeit goods during the final shopping days before Christmas
Officers from Britain's Border Force have seized a range of fake items worth £56m (€77m) from ports and airports over the past year.
They include toy figures modelled on characters from Disney movie Frozen, Armani watches and designer handbags.
In the financial year 2014-15, officers confiscated more than 1.6 million items infringing intellectual property where patents or copyright applies.
Recent detections in the UK include:
Border Force North deputy director Emma Porter said: "Counterfeiters will look to capitalise and cash in where there is a demand for a product and this year our officers have seized all sorts of fake goods - from beauty products to food and electrical goods.
"We urge consumers to be careful with their purchases. If the price appears too good to be true - either at a car boot sale, a market stall or online - it probably is."
Ms Porter added: "Organised criminals will be making these products for pennies, potentially selling them for hundreds of pounds and obviously that provides them with money to then look at things like drugs, tobacco - but could also be used to fund terrorism.
The UK's Immigration Minister James Brokenshire said: "The international trade in counterfeits is linked to serious and organised crime and undercuts honest traders, damaging our economy.
"Customers are also left out of pocket with inferior and potentially dangerous goods.
"We are determined to crack down on this criminality and have Border Force officers working 24 hours a day at ports, airports and mail sorting centres to identify and seize counterfeits."
Additional reporting by IRN