Spotlight: St Paul's Cathedral Shop

Possibly my favourite London landmark is St Paul's Cathedral. The cathedral is a hive of inspiration obviously the dome is the most recognisable but inside just numerous nuggets of history and artist juice.

The latest range that I've created for them was inspired by one of the Grinling Gibbons wood carvings on the choir stalls. The collection was a real joy to design and means so much - Toby now goes to St Paul's Cathedral School and although not a chorister himself, obviously mixes with the boys that are and sit right by the inspiration! The range itself are fine leather accessories - all fully made in England and using beautiful soft hide with natural dyes on the print, presented in a black gift box these pieces are truly luxury items that you'll treasure for a lifetime, particularly for any past or present chorister.

Luxury luggage tag, card wallet & journal are all available now from the St Paul's shop.

The expanded 'Feed the Birds' china now has a teapot - the design comes from the snow dome in Mary Poppins when Julie Andrews sings the song. 

As already written about, the limited edition 2015 bauble is still available - for now - each with a hand numbered tag and letterpress gift box. 


  1. Hello,
    I visited St. Paul's Cathedral the summer of 2018. I purchased a Feed the Birds ornament. It was just a sphere ornament with Feed the Birds written on it and lavender birds around "St. Paul's Cathedral". The year 2018 was also on it. I'm assuming it was made of bone china like the pieces you have on your website. It was one of my favorite souvenirs from my trip to England. Sadly, my granddaughter broke it. I contacted the cathedral shop and they did not have any more, but directed met to you. I was wondering if you possibly had any left over ornaments from 2018 that I could purchase? I am really hoping there is a way to replace this. I look forward to your reply.

  2. Hi. I recently purchased a Mary Poppins Christmas ornament, but lost it. Do you still sell them?


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