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Canterbury Cathedral Gift Shop




At our shop at 25 Burgate, Canterbury we are pleased to be stockists for some leading collectable brands. In many cases we are the only outlet in Canterbury, or sometimes Kent, for these.  Please come and browse!                        

                                                 Wildflower Studio

These leaded glass vases, bowls and candle holders are designed and produced by Marion Brown in Hexham, Northumberland and are influenced by the Art Deco and Art Nouveau periods, drawing style from Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

                                   Novelty Teapots by Tony Carter

Tony's eccentric range of teapots are individually cast and painted by hand in Suffolk, England, meaning that no two are identical and each variation in colour or brush stroke adds to its uniqueness. Each example is fully functional, though some are more practical than others! Who could resist a cup of their favourite tea poured from this humourous toilet shaped example?


                                               Dora Designs

This attractive range of home accessories are designs of animal characters (mostly), each of which are the creation of Angela Stevens, who founded the company in 1991. These are available as doorstops, paperweights and draught excluders, and are made from high quality
jacquard fabric.

Langham Glass

These crystal paperweights are hand-sculpted by a team of craftsmen in north Norfolk. Each collectible piece is signed by Paul Miller and marked "Langham, England".    


                                                Brighton Roc

These beautiful textured mirrors and candle holders are inspired by England's wealth of architecture. The mirror surrounds are reproductions of gothic windows and other elements of stone carving, looking and feeling like reclaimed stone and serving as a focal point in any room or outdoor space. 


                                                  Star Glass

Each piece is mouth-blown and hand decorated, the colour intensity of each piece will vary, depending on the artist's application of colours. On some of the pieces of this unique glassware, a swirl or an air bubble may be found, which is one of the attractions of something mouth-blown and emphasis the individual nature of the glassware.        

                                            Emma Bridgewater
Emma Bridgewater, who continues to set trends in kitchen and home decorations twenty five years on,  produces ever changing ranges of sponge decorated and lithograph pottery, all made at her factory in Stoke-on-Trent, England. The famous "Toast & Marmalade" script design and the "Birds" sets (illustrated by her husband Matthew Rice) are both immensely popular.

Strawsilk by Karen Keir

Karen Keir has combined the natural qualities of handmade Strawsilk fibres with the translucence of glass to develop these uniquely individual vases and tea light holders. Each is hand decorated and therefore original, no two pieces can be the same.   

Canterbury Cathedral Ale

Available exclusively from the Canterbury Cathedral Shop, this aromatic copper coloured pale ale is deliciously fruity with a dry hoppy finish and is brewed from the finest malted barley and Kentish hops in Newnham, near Faversham. In the medieval period the monks brewed beer as the water was unfit to drink.

                         Toiletries by Bronnley
We stock  a range of  toiletries by  Bronnley, "By appointment to Her Majesty the Queen", makers of fine English soaps and toiletries, who have been in business for over 100 years! 

We also have selections from Hazle Ceramics , Ashleigh and Burwood Quail , Pitkin , Shire Books , Chapel Down vineyard , Archipelago and Wild & Wolf  amongst many others.

Canterbury Cathedral Shop

  The Shop at 25 Burgate