1. Mabel’s Attic

    Our resident vintage shop, Mabel’s Attic, specialise in true vintage, stocking a range of one of a kind pieces from victorian to 1980’s, and have a great selection of accesories to match. Garments can also be altered or repaired, so if you have a favorite blouse that needs specialist attention then pop by for some friendly advice. #vintage #londonmarkets #hackney

        

     


  2. Field of London

    Lizzie of FIELD of London can be found pottering around in her Netil Market studio shop most days, and every Saturday for market day.

    Using English grown cut flowers and plants, she sees beauty where it’s often overlooked, combining old favorites with less obvious choices, and everything used is from local, sustainable sources.

    http://fieldoflondon.co.uk

     


  3. We Are Arrow | Netil Market | Friday 29 August 12 - 3pm

    WeAreArrow invite you to to the lunchtime launch of their new collection.
    29 August | E8 3RL | 12 - 3pm
    Gatherer | Offerre openly references natures intricate patterns and textures. Collected on travels both near and far, Tatiana has found interest and beauty in natures most diminutive offerings - seeds, leaves, branches and pods are re worked and given new gravitas. Each piece has been created entirely by hand in her studio, situated in East London’s Netil Market
    Join us on Friday lunchtime for an exclusive preview. Each order placed will receive a 15% discount and a free bouquet of flowers from Netil resident Field of London.
    A liquid lunch from Butlers Gin will be on hand for all visitors, with handmade juice from Square Root.  (Real food available too, from Netil Market residents). 
    See you tomorrow x
     


  4. Suwun, welcome.

    Suwun have landed.

    Retailing unisex, ethical clothing and lifestyle products, promoting local and global brands and crafts, the Suwun team threw a beautiful launch day on Sunday. They are now open for business in Netil Market, 12 - 6pm Wednesday to Saturday. 

     


  5. New shiny things we want

    We need to grow more fingers in order to wear everything we want from the new arrowjewelry collection. Available sometime next month.

    We. Can. Not. Wait…

    http://www.wearearrow.com/

     


  6. Arma Terrariums

    Check out our gal Sarma on The Glasshouse Salon’s blog. Find her beautiful terrariums, along with her gorgeous face, at the market on Saturdays.

    http://www.glasshousejournal.co.uk/post/our-house-sarma-miniature-greenhouse

     


  7. The General’s Barber Shop

    Unit R, Netil Market, Hackney. Cut’s £20, beard trimming £10, beer comes free.

    Open 11 - 7pm, Wednesday through Saturday.

    Fellas, The General has you sorted.

    07811 175074

     


  8. Check us out!

    Starring us and featuring you. Thanks to Ignas for filming & editing, and to everyone involved. We’re here every Saturday and we do it for you.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDvMz03wniI

     


  9. The Worshipful Little Shop of Spectacles

                 The Worshipful Little Shop of Spectacles

    The Worshipful Little Shop of Spectacles opened in March 2014 in Netil Market, Hackney.

    Natalie Edwards, after obtaining a degree in Fine Art at Falmouth School of Art, has been working in the optical industry for 22 years, and delivers a complete professional service in unique surroundings. Stock at The Worshipful Shop changes weekly, and Natalie provides all of the advice you’ll need to walk away with a pair of beautifully fitting, personally tailored glasses.

    The next step for Natalie is designing her own range of glasses that are to be produced in small quantities, with attention to detail that cannot be found in high street stores. The plans for her first collection include crystal frames that are hand dip dyed in a colour palette that is suited to each customers eye, hair and skin tones. When we say bespoke, we really mean bespoke.

    If the amazing work that goes on inside the shop wasn’t enough, the beautiful shack that houses Natalie’s collection was filmed for Channel 4’s George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces, and will be featured in an upcoming episode scheduled for June.

    Services at The Worshipful Little Shop of Spectacles start at £90, and vary depending on rarity of frames and prescription needed. Natalie will also dispense lenses for your favorite frames, or fit your specs properly to your face.

    Stop by on Saturdays from 11 - 6pm , or book yourself an appointment for weekdays.

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    07710 456 085

    worshipfulshopofspectacles@gmail.com

     


  10. Field of London flowers

    You may have noticed that change has been afoot down the far end of the market in recent weeks. Spring is taking hold, thawing our cold noses and toes, and encouraging new blooms. Perfect time then to introduce one of our most recent additions to the Netil family…

    Field of London combine classic English blooms with more unusual field flowers and greenery such as willow, pine, flowering asparagus and artichoke, red orach, grasses, wheat, mint, fennel, hops and rosemary, all sourced from local growers. 

    You can find them pottering away in the yard most days, on the market on Saturdays and at Chatsworth Road in the schoolyard on Sundays.

    http://fieldoflondon.co.uk/

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