Preston Markets is set to get even more exciting this Christmas, as the Harris opens a new pop-up shop full of festive favourites.
Opening 11am – 3pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays throughout November and December in the lead-up to Christmas.
From Thursday 10th November 2022 – Thursday 13th December 2022, the Harris pop-up shop will be the go-to place to purchase Preston and Lancashire merchandise and other gifts created by local artists. Including a unique range of bespoke presents based on favourite Harris collection items such as ‘Pauline in the Yellow Dress’ by Sir James Gunn.
The Harris pop-up shop will include a wide assortment of items great for all the family, offering a range of prices to accommodate and suit everyone’s budgets.
The Harris is excited to offer an extensive selection of jewellery and merchandise, as well as a variety of artwork and interesting books. In addition to standard gift items like baubles, notepads and candles, the Harris also has many one-of-a-kind items that are sure to make great gifts this holiday season.
Prestonians will be pleased to be able to purchase ‘Pauline in the Yellow Dress’ merchandise based on the Sir James Gunn painting from the Harris collection. Pauline was described as the ‘Mona Lisa of 1944 by The Daily Mail and today this painting remains as popular as ever.
The exclusive collection can be purchased from the Harris pop-up shop including mugs, coasters, prints and tea towels. Local people will be excited to get their hands on their very own ‘Pauline’ merchandise to display at home while the real ‘Pauline’ is safely in storage ahead of the Harris reopening in 2025.
Ask staff in-store to find out more about the Harris Your Place project.
Written by The Harris Museum
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