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  • 28 March 2014

    Own the runway!

      Making an entrance this week  –  this steel rod and wooden ball ”runway” installation.  Created by Kite and Laslett for Emilio de la Morena’s Autumn / Winter Collection (AW2014) for London Fashion Week.  It  can be seen as originally installed at LASSCO Three Pigeons.  More details here: For something more traditional  LASSCO Ropewalk has a large...

  • 14 March 2014

    Dr Edward Haughey, Baron Ballyedmond, 1944-2014

    We are shocked and saddened to hear of the death of Dr Edward Haughey, Lord Ballyedmond in a helicopter crash yesterday near his home in Norfolk. Dr Haughey was a regular LASSCO customer  – a rubicund and congenial latter-day Hearst he would fall upon our most grandiloquent stock in the manner that might be expected...

  • 7 March 2014

    Taxidermy at LASSCO

    If you listened to You & Yours on Radio 4 yesterday ( your interest in taxidermy may have been stimulated.   Here’s a selection of some of the taxidermy for sale this w/e at LASSCO shops.     

  • 3 March 2014

    Homes & Antiques profiles Georgia Dorey,

    From April’s H & A magazine, featuring LASSCO Ropewalk and Georgia Dorey who’s set up our new textile department. Words: Alice Hancock Photograph: Lydia Evans  

  • 18 February 2014

    FT puts Bar Tozino as one of the 5 best Spanish hang-outs in London

    Congratulations to Noelia and her team. LASSCO Ropewalk fitted out the interior which includes Iroko work tops, reclaimed pine cladding and oak panelling. To get this look please talk to Nick, George or Alec at the Bermondsey shop.  

  • 7 February 2014

    Textiles at Ropewalk

    Oilcloth, dogbeds, costume, quilts, haberdashery, rope, damask, moquette, flags & bunting, hessian, lace, linen, hides, prints, rugs, cushions – remnants & reclaimed – all now sold at LASSCO Ropewalk.   Aprons (as worn in image below), smocks, cushions and dogbeds made on site by Georgia Dorey (pictured). Most popular items currently are the sailor smocks ( made...

  • 28 January 2014

    Out of Africa – in Bermondsey,

    Emily Griffin’s African print cushions are featured in this week’s Hello! magazine.  They are currently half price  in the  LASSCO Ropewalk sale!    Grab a bargain before a Hello! reader does.   But only until 5pm on Sunday! Visit LASSCO Ropewalk and see other cushions made by Emily Griffin for LASSCO.    

  • 24 January 2014

    Zagat discovers the best places…

    Zagat’s editorial team curates 17 cities worldwide and serves them up  in a fun and accessible way so we can enjoy the best the city has to offer.  In this instance it has fallen for LASSCO’s Maltby Street Market: ”A  Borough Market–like” experience “sans the crush”, this “quirky” and “interesting” “collection” of artisan food, fresh...

  • 20 January 2014

    Mosey on down to Ropewalk

      If you mosey on down to Bermondsey you could come away with some Delightful Equine Objects;  sourced and lovingly restored by Marc Kitchen-Smith. New stock includes this vintage pressed steel horse.     Also, this large painted cowboy panel, or a large horse skull   Ye Hah! Or even a piece of vintage gym equipment,

  • 5 January 2014

    Small stories,

    Stuck for something to do?  If in London then why not pop along to the V&A Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green. Until 6 September 2015  you can visit (free admission) the Small Stories exhibition of which LASSCO is a sponsor in kind.  12 dolls houses from the past 200 years are brought to life.  Our two London shops donated items...

  • 13 December 2013

    Victorian Fairy Lights, late 19th century

    Made of hand-blown glass. Originally used for festive events, such as Christmas, when small candles were placed inside.  A variety of colours available at LASSCO Ropewalk, which is open every day  until 22 December.  

  • 22 November 2013

    Hardy Amies profiles Harry Amos

    From the Hardy Amies series, ‘Neighbourhood Portraits’. Featuring LASSCO Ropewalk, Maltby Street Market and the musings of our tally clark Harry. See more on