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Gifts Shops in Prestbury

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De Moura

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SK10 4DG
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De Moura was established to showcase the work of some of the finest craftsmen in Europe who have gained repute for excellence in their particular craft. It exudes a continental vibe, uniting a plethora of styles and influences from the Mediterranean to Scandinavia.

Through exacting research, boutique collections of beautiful objects, many of which are limited editions, have been carefully assembled. Each item exudes the talent of gifted artisans who work with traditional methods to uncompromising standards. A number of our artisans have purveyed their work to several royal courts worldwide, which is testimony to their quality and originality.

Our designs subtly encapsulate the very essence of their origin; from the enduring legacy of Portugalís Age of Discoveries to the softly undulating vineyards of Provence.

You are invited to browse our selection of objects, either online or in our boutique Prestbury store, each carrying a rare assurance of provenance - for those truly seeking the exceptional.

Other shops in Prestbury

Prestbury Flowers (Florists)

Artizana (Art)

Prestbury Nurseries (Garden)

Lesley Odette (Hair & Beauty)

Artistry in Flowers (Florists)

The Village Pharmacy (Chemists)

Prestbury Farm Shop (Farm)

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