After Noah predominantly sells antique furniture with some small household items. They also offer a furniture restoration service and a mail order service.
Venue Details & Map
121-122 Upper StreetIslingtonLondonN1 1QP
- +44 (0)20 7359 4281
- Public transport:
- Essex Road, National Railway
This place is adorable. A bit pricey, but some of the items are so unique and quirky, that you can't help but consider them. There's this great lighted sign that hangs above the stairs that says "Open to Both Sexes" that I covet intensely. I'm trying to figure out if its for sale and if I can get it back to the States.
We popped in here recently to buy a baby gift for a friend and had so much...more
Maybe I am weird, but I don't seem to get gift shops.. Why would anyone buy anything of no use? I find it with this shop in particular. Jewellery - ok.. Wrapping paper - totally! I think their selection of wrapping papers is great (not that I would ever buy wrapping paper... I make my own..) but other than that.. Nothing, I would need or desire or anyone else would.. In fact, I never heard...more
:::::walks through door:::
"My word, this place is darling!"
::::rushes around looking at everything excitedly:::
"This is what I've been looking for! Look at all the THINGS!"
:::::peers at price tags:::
Alright, I realize we're all up in Angel here...where the streets are paved with money and the wallets open freely, but I just cannot get on board with the general pricing...more
This shop is hard to describe, I would say I use it as a gift shop - they have quite a nice range of children's toys and board games and although you may find them cheaper on Amazon, sometimes you just need something quickly or wanna hold it in your hand first. There's a whole vintage feel to a lot of things in the shop so chances are those toys you played with as kids will be here...more
What a lovely shop! I'm 72 and it felt like I was going back in time talk about nostalgia. It's a shop with a split personality half traditional toy shop, half antique/vintage furniture and bric-a-brac and both are the types of shop that used to exist, but seem to have almost disappeared. The toy shop is like a toy shop from my childhood, with teddy bears, model aeroplanes, scooters, spud...more