Of Cabbages & Kings have been establishing creative networks and platforms for designers and makers in London and across the UK since 2008
They stock an inspiring range of contemporary 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. With an incredible array of bags, books, cards, ceramics, jewellery, kitchenware, prints and tea towels, the shop is bright, inviting and you're sure to find something that will tickle your fancy. All products are made in the UK by British based designers and makers.
Sharing the shop with Knit with attitude, specialists in eco-friendly and fairtrade yarn, together they offer a full programme of workshops, courses and events throughout the year.
Venue Details & Map
Of Cabbages and Kings
127 Stoke Newington High Street
- +44 (0)20 7254 0060
- Public transport:
- Rectory Road, National Railway
Top 3 reviews of Of Cabbages and Kings
This lovely little gift shop just off Church Street specialises in promoting and selling designers who create hand made and unusual objects. it's a beautiful, miniature gallery type space; light, bright, white and full of bits and bobs to decorate your home or accessorise your person with. They have interesting crockery, cushions and tea towels that would look right at home in any renovated... more
I never realised I needed a bourbon biscuit on a necklace until I came here! Of Cabbages & Kings is a cute as pie (and cake and biscuiuts) shop that sells jewelry and trinkets for the modern woman...that will be me!
Just off Stoke Newington Church Street I worry that this little shop can be forgotten but if you are having a moochy pooch I insist that you pop in. Beautifully designed jewels... more
This shop is beautiful. If I opened a shop, I would probably sell exactly the same sorts of things- handmade ceramics, crafty reworked vintage items for the home, jewellery, accessories and cards. Leather bags, cushions, personalised cufflinks and unusual crockery all make beautiful, if not slightly over-priced gifts.
Located in a tiny, shed-like building down a side street off Stoke... more