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Gabriel's Wharf on the south bank of the Thames has an eclectic mix of independent boutique design shops, cafes and restaurants.
Gabriel's Wharf on the south bank of the Thames has an eclectic mix of independent boutique design shops, cafes and restaurants. You can find handicrafts from jewellery and ceramics to artwork, and also commission designers directly if you can't find exactly what you are looking for.
56 Upper Ground, South Bank, London, United Kingdom
+44 20 7021 16
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