Jersey gifts, up close and personal – Need something more personalised? How about a commissioned sign, a photo message or custom greeting card? Or for the more modern gift why not try a classy and vintage design calendar made especially for the hashtag/OMG generation? Or perhaps you have fallen in love with one of Jersey’s spectacular views? The island’s artists and photographers will be more than happy to create the perfect picture for your home so your fond Jersey memories will last forever more.
Fox & Thistle – Fox and Thistle Gifts was founded in the Spring of 2008 although it was originally under the name of Blue Island News. The business sells Jersey & Union Jack ceramics, textiles and accessories.
Open Mon-Sat: 9.00 – 17.30 and Sunday 10.00 – 15.00
14 1/2 Queen Street, St Helier 01534 723 699 – Map
The Snow Goose Gift Shop and Cafe is to be found in the beautiful island of Jersey and is popular with locals and tourists alike. Our customers come and enjoy the unique atmosphere, whilst browsing around our many unique and locally produced gifts. Our Cafe is licensed and we have a selection of wines and beers available with food orders
Open Mon-Fri: 08:30 – 17:30 and Sat: 09:30 – 17:30
15 La Motte Street, St Helier 01534 727944 – Map
Rachel`s Textiles Studio – Handmade Designer Gifts at Rachel`s Textiles studio, sew many beautiful unique handmade gifts on sale, if you haven’t got time to make your own. More being created every day. …Worth popping in as they cannot be bought online or elsewhere on the Island.Rachel makes a wide selection of unique Genuine Jersey handmade gifts,: pin cushions, cards, textile art and functional items including doorstops, bags and sew much more. The shop is an Aladdin’s cave; exciting fabrics, trims and sew many sewing essentials.
47 La Colomberie, St Helier 01534 878877 – Map
The Little Shop – We are a Jersey business at a convenient location near Liberation Square selling Jersey souveniers, as well as gifts, toys and collectable card games! New and exciting gifts arriving soon. The Little Shop looks for something different. Why dont you?