We have curated a selection of gifts from beautiful brands in our local neighbourhood of Notting Hill. Here you’ll find everything for the lover of luxury. In addition, you could be in with a chance to win all these gifts in our giveaway running over on Instagram. Head over to our Instagram account to enter.
1. Kuna Friendship Bracelet from Assya London
From their bestselling Panama collection, ASSYA's Kuna friendship bracelet is colourful, fun and makes a great gift. Inspired by the woven fabrics of Central America, it is hand woven on an Italian loom with natural purple silk and 18ct gold vermeil chain.
Renowned for their unique yet feminine designs, ASSYA London is a demi-fine Notting Hill based jewellery brand for the romantic in you.
2. Tote Bag, Artwork and Cashmere socks from The Cross Shop
An anniversary limited edition tote bag, designed by Kate Paillat and Sam Robinson has been created to celebrate the 25th Birthday of The Cross Shop.
In addition, an original Artwork - Painting by Jess West, the in-house illustrator and muralist.
Finally who wouldn’t be delighted with the luxury of cashmere bed socks. Exclusive heart intarsia socks made in collaboration with the Jumper 1234
About The Cross Shop
Founded in 1996 by Sam Robinson and Sarah O’Keefe, the Cross was one of the very first London lifestyle boutiques, ever-evolving but maintaining the same spirit at heart.
Celebrating all that is artisanal and crafted, they are passionate about pioneering talent, craft and technique; carefully sourcing from makers and designers all over the world and in the UK. The small two-floor boutique has been an iconic cornerstone in their neighbourhood for many years and they pride ourselves on a welcoming and friendly shopping experience.
3. Chocolate Library Box by Melt Chocolate
Melt’s Chocolate Library Box contains a delicious set of bars including flavours like Sea salt milk, Milk hazelnut, almond, gold, caramel and coffee.
For those who care about the environment there is no plastic packaging, to protect our planet from the plastic scourge.
All Melt bars are handmade by their chocolatiers and hand wrapped in the Holland Park kitchen.
Founded in 2005 by Louise Nason, and based in Notting Hill, Melt Chocolate makes fresh chocolate handmade daily using the highest quality ingredients. All recipes are designed in house by their world class chocolatiers.
‘First Put Your Apron On’ Cookbook and Tea towel by Sally Clarke
‘First Put Your Apron On’, is the latest cookbook from restaurateur Sally Clarke.
The inspiration for ‘First Put on Your Apron’ originally came from years of teaching her son the joys of wholesome, culinary exploration, both at home and during treasured holidays in France and Italy. Nigella Lawson writes of the book:
‘I know well enough to trust that any book she wrote would be one filled with food I wanted to eat.’
An accompanying tea towel, designed by Paul Smith makes this a perfect duo for any cook.
About Sally Clarke Ltd
Since the opening of Clarkes Restaurant in 1983, the Sally Clarke brand has grown from one restaurant to a further 2 retail shops in Kensington, a wholesale bakery and a production kitchen, all based just a stone’s throw away from the Restaurant.
Her name is eponymous with beautiful seasonal food, whether it be the daily changing menus served in the restaurant or the exquisite baked goods and carefully curated selection of products available in her shops and cafes.
Sally may now be found every day within the Shops, Bakery, Production Kitchen and Restaurant’s dining room.
A Cocktail Collection and Shaker from Moore House Cocktails
Three hand crafted cocktails make for a personalised tasting flight and perfect gift. They come complete with a branded cocktail shaker and gift boxed.
An ideal gift set for any cocktail lover.
About Moore House Cocktails
London’s famed and illustrious Notting Hill is home to the Moore House Cocktail Company; purveyors of luxurious handcrafted small batch cocktails. We’re a small team, passionate about cocktails, bars and absolutely everything in between. We believe an exceptional service, presentation and experience are just as important as that first sip.
It all started with making cocktails at home. We loved the experience, but not the cost. Stocking a home bar takes time, money and attention. So we started batching. We started bottling. And eventually we started sharing. We use only the best ingredients, batching small and often, bottling fresh and carefully; some things are best done by hand.