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Since its inception London Silver Vaults has been the city's most popular silver and antiques dealer. Available here are a host of intricately designed jewelry, cutlery and a myriad of silver antiques, which showcase the brilliance of craftsmen from the yesteryears. Take your pick from a myriad of beautiful, vintage silverware, which still gleam like they're as good as new. Being specialists in silverware, this store guarantees you authentic, quality goods, some of which date as far back to the 16th century.
Neal's Yard Dairy, a tiny shop in Covent Garden neighborhood, offers a great variety of specialty cheeses and other dairy products. They are involved in the entire cheese making processes, right from the farm where the cheese is kept to mature till it is bought by the customer. Ensuring that their patrons receive the best quality cheese, Neal's Yard Dairy has gained popularity for the variety and quality of cheese it sells. Popular recommendations are Montgomery's Cheddar, Colston Bassett Stilton and Appleby's Cheshire, but if you find yourself spoiled for choice, an expert assistant will be on hand to help out. They also sell fresh bread and other gourmet foods.
With more than 175 years under its belt, James Smith & Sons displays a wide array of umbrellas at its store. Rain or shine, use one of James' colorful designs and make an all new style statement. From large to small and cheap to expensive, this shop has a shade for all. Whether it is taking a romantic walk with your love on a bright, sunny day or dropping your kids off to school when it is pouring, James Smith & Sons deserves to feature in all sweet memories.
Located on Brick Lane, the Bernstock Speirs boutique opened way back in 1982. A venture by designers Thelma Speirs and Paul Bernstock, the store specialities in exquisite hats and caps for all occasions. The traditional Brit style blends with global fashion here at Bernstock Speirs. Drop in and get your head dressed in the best!
Located in the heart of London, Davenports Magic is one of the most popular magic shops in all of London. Opened way back in 1898 by Lewis Davenport, the shop continues to be owned and operated by the Davenport family, making it one of the oldest shops of its kind in the world! The Guinness World Record holding place stores thousands of quirky and amusing magic toys and products for both kids and adults. Davenports Magic also frequently conducts magic classes and magic shows at the Davenport Magic Studio located within the facility.
LASSCO (London Architectual Salvage & Supply Co.) in Vauxhall, is a one-of-a-kind boutique that exists in three locations in London. This branch of LASSCO operates at a place which was formerly the private home of the Duke of Brunswick. The gorgeous mansion stores products in the form of kitchen fittings, iron radiators, garden ornaments, flooring, furniture, doorways, bottles, jars, textiles and carpets and art works to name a few. The historic mansion can also be rented out for private events like weddings, luncheons, receptions or formal dinners. Log on to their website for more information.
For die-hard Potterheads of all ages, Platform 9 3/4 holds a special place and now they can buy some great Harry Potter souvenirs at the exclusive The Harry Potter Shop at Platform 9 3/4. Located on the platform at King's Cross Station, the shop sells everything related to Harry Potter and the magical world. Whether you are an ardent supporter of Gryffindor or Slytherin, you can buy merchandise of all types. From clothing, pens, accessories to gift trunks, the shop has it all in all variants of the four Hogwarts houses. Delectable chocolates, sweatshirts, stationery are some of the other things you can find here. Gift a loved one a custom Hogwarts Acceptance Letter. Lastly, buy your favorite characters' wand replica from the shop. Don't forget to swish and flick and see for yourself if the magic works! A must-visit for Harry Potter fans, the shop also has souvenirs from the spin-off franchise Fantastic Beasts.
Indulge in Beatlemania at this expansive shop on Bakers Street. Walk through the doors of the London Beatles Store and you will be transported to the musical era of the 1960s. Walls and racks, sporting a vast variety of Beatles souvenirs are sure to please any fan of this group. T-shirts, mugs, bags, posters, watches, cutlery, towels, calendars, stationery and more adorn the shelves of this shop. This store is located close to the Sherlock Holmes Museum and Madame Tussauds on the outskirts of Regent's Park; drop by the London Beatles Store after touring these Marylebone landmarks.