Royal Gazette: Bermuda wares on sale at BNT pop-up shop from Monday
A holiday market featuring the work of local vendors is back for its seventh year.
The Bermuda National Trust’s annual pop-up shop returns at its headquarters in Paget, the historic home Waterville, at 2 Pomander Road.
The popular market specialises in unique, Bermudian-made items, some of which are one-of-a-kind exclusives.
The range of wares caters to children and adults.
Gifts and vendors include:
- Banana leaf angels by Ronnie Chameau
- Sun hats from Sarah Bray Bermuda
- Jewellery made by Rebecca Little
- Hand-painted pottery by Helle Pukk
- Locally hand-painted slate art by Diana Fearis
- Bermuda angel decorations by Sylvern Furbert
- Hand-painted scarfs and tea towels by Diane Maughan
- Locally made artisan soaps by Dayrosia
- Coasters by Anne Kermode
- Whimsical wooden crafts by Shelly & Anne
- Bermuda Cedar crafts made by Edward Cattell
- Journals and 2024 planners by Niamah Cann
- Tiny the Treefrog books by Elizabeth Mulderig
- Ikat velvet cushions and purses by Alex Allardyce
- Joan Aspinall’s hand-painted glassware, ornaments and books
- Bermudian-designed trays, coasters and bag tags by Meredith Andrews
- Handmade glass and silver jewellery by Maria McLeod Smith
- Bermuda Rum Cakes
- Handmade sea glass and antique glass jewellery by Drew Pettit of Triangle Designs
- Bermuda National Trust branded items including the 2023 tea towel depicting Verdmont, books, apparel, and more
The pop-up shop is open from Monday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm, until December 23.