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Day: September 24, 2016


Pomegranate set up shop in 2008 on one of the oldest garden squares in London; Kensington Square.  The jewellery business was founded by Katie Bulatovic and her passion for gemstones is evident in the collections she designs. “We are often asked, why “Pomegranate?’ Well, what could be more jewel like than the seeds encased inside this luxurious fruit, evocative of the most precious Burmese rubies. Moreover, it is seen in many cultures as a potent talisman – generally believed to bring good luck and prosperity.” The majority of our pieces are made in India for us and so our...

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Of Cabbages & Kings

Established in 2008, Of Cabbages and Kings is an independent retailer and gallery space. “We house an excellent range of fine art prints by local illustrators, mostly in limited edition and the space is as much an arts and crafts gallery as it is a gift shop.“ Worth at least a weekly visit to check out the ever changing shop come gallery space. Working with aspiring home-grown talent alongside established UK artists and designers Of Cabbages and Kings specialises in limited edition prints, jewellery and homewares. The gallery hosts regular exhibitions, events, talks and classes so you can up...

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Maharani is the term for a wife of a maharajah, an Indian prince, and the SW3 emporium specialises in a wide yet exclusive selection of clothes and accessories, ‘fit for a maharajah or his wife’, like silk jackets, cashmere shawls, jewellery, home accessories (bedspreads and quilts) as well as antique textiles from the Indian sub-continent, especially from exotic places like Jaipur and Hyderabad. “We aim to show our customers just some of the riches that are to be found there.“ Sarah Mahaffy describes herself as one of retail’s ‘late bloomers’. After all, before she opened Maharani, back in 2006, she...

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