Tatty Devine on Brick Lane opened in 2001 and is the jewellery company's original London shop.
On sale, you'll find colourful, handmade jewellery that includes anything from giant lobster necklaces to delicate autumn leaf earrings. Stop by to browse the collection and maybe put in an order for one of Tatty Devine's famous perspex name necklaces.
Venue Details & Map
236 Brick LaneLondonE2 7EB
- +44 (0)20 7739 9191
- Public transport:
- Shoreditch, Underground
Top 5 reviews of Tatty Devine
I love Tatty Devine's characterful little shop although I must confess I've never bought anything from it. Not a sausage. Not a name necklace. Not a plectrum pendant. Nothing.
Located on a part of Brick Lane I wouldn't identify as Brick Lane proper, Tatty Devine's colourful boutique is as quirky as its jewellery, with a fine selection of the duo's signature pieces in pop cultural perspex and... more
They joy that jewels can bring to the fat ladies...
My mum always said that jewelry shopping can never be depressing as you can't look fat in earing - a wise woman. This place is the stop off to get that very so quirky gift for a friend or to by a little treat or two, for yourself. It's not what I would all pretty, but it's fun and striking.
Most of this stuff your recognize as it's... more
I LOVE Tatty Devine!!! So when I was down visiting a friend one of the only things I wanted to do was to to Brick Lane and visit the tatty store. Me and my friend wandered up Brick Lane and we ended up at what we thought was the end of the road as all the shops and cafes stopped but we headed in a little further and there she was.. The most beautiful sight to any mad tatty devine store.... more
Playful and whimsical, the baubles in Tatty Devine are designed to give gals the opportunity to fashionably display their hobbies, interests and loves around their necks, circling their wrists or dangling from their ears. Animal lovers can pick up jewelry shaped liked furry friends like squirrels, puppies and birds. The drinking crowd can don a dazzling bottle of gin or a classic martini.... more
You're a London fashion philistine if you've never heard of Tatty Divine.
If you're hip or quirky, just one necklace/pendant/ring and you'll be hooked.
My advice? Catch the sale and charge it. Don't look back. more