Emma Bridgewater

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Emma Bridgewater

81A Marylebone High Street
+44 (0)20 7486 6897
Public transport:
Baker Street, Underground

Yelp Reviews

9.00 out of 5
based on 10 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Emma Bridgewater

4.0 out of 5
01 May 2012
by Bea B.

What's up, Diamond Jubilee?!?!

I just bought a lovely mug commemorating the Queen's 60 year reign for 20 quid. It was terribly costly, but I don't care; I wanted it. There were St. George mugs, bird and flower mugs, starry mugs, and personalised mugs, jugs, and tea pots on display. 'Keep Calm and Fork Over the Cash' should be another motif Emma Bridgewater pottery could have emblazoned... more

3.0 out of 5
17 December 2008
by Evelyn M.

Emma Bridgewater's is a beautiful shop which sells crockery and household goods with lovely patterns on them. Her spotty mugs and cute 'I dreamt of Daniel Craig last night' tea towels are very kitch without being tacky.

However, if you want to buy something from this shop it won't come cheap. During my Christmas shopping I came across a sweet little milk jug in Emma Bridgewater's. It was in... more

4.0 out of 5
15 December 2008
by Anna A.

If you look for a present for your friend who might just moved house, I think there is nothing cuter then an Emma Bridgewater cup. I got for my friend as birthday present a range of cups with saucers. They have little pink hearts painted on them. We still have our cup of coffee in them - I think the saucers are no more alive! It was not an expensive present but a personal cup like that lasts... more

5.0 out of 5
10 August 2011
by Julia D.

One day while trying to avoid the rain, I popped in here, and I am pretty glad I did. They were having a huge sale. I like pottery that has writing on it. For anyone who likes quaint British words or is a total Anglophile, this is a perfect place! They even had some beautiful Royal Wedding themed plates and tankards. The pottery w/o words had birds, flowers, dogs, mice. It was all... more

4.0 out of 5
07 February 2011
by Siany

I know it's predictable, I know it's expensive, but I like shopping in here. Really like it. There's something appealing about the rows of polka dot teacups, looking all pretty that I like. I know it's not exactly groundbreaking, but Emma Bridgewater are very good at what they do (if you ignore the shocking royal wedding designs they came up with recently).

This is a great place for... more

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