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Recommended Reviews for Susan Wainwright
3 reviews in English
Review from Qype User (alissa…)
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- Qype User alissa…
Susan Wainwright's offerings are eclectic to say the least!
On the adult front look out for traditional mohair scarves at £15 and Bronte tweed travel blankets-a snip at £14.99.There is a mass of jewellery from India and some lovely small leather purses.
Let your imagination run wild amongst the kids stuff-recorders, tambourines, pencils that look like twigs (£1) and what really caught my fancy-the kits!-morse code and (unbelievably!) Make a crystal radio like Grandad did radio receiver kits.
Brilliant stuff and only a stone's throw from The Royal Free Hospital-make a mini patient smile!!
Review from Qype User (andeec…)
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- Qype User andeec…
Amazing giftshop -for yourself and all the others I was walking in Hampstead on a weekday morning, saw the colourful shop-window which gave the sense of a charity shop, thought I'd pop in, having time on my disposal. Once in I felt like I'm in a treasure-house: abundance of colour, texture, and smells. Here you'll find pretty little things for children and adults -eye catching bric-a-bracs, decorated stationary, cards, beautiful silver (and not only) jewelry, aromatic elements, shawls, tunics and other Indian originated garments, footwear, decorations, and many other objects which you haven't even dreamed about and once you've seen it you want to touch it, then buy it, and take it home. Prices are pocket-friendly.
Review from Qype User (towa…)
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- Qype User towa…
Very cute little shop in Hampstead. Got a mix of everything and great giftshop. Very nice lamps, cute kids stuff, lovely postcards. Have a lot of thing you didnt know you needed until you there and you have to buy it! A bit crowded on saturdays, lovely staff and perfect to visit on your way to a dinnerparty!