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Selfridges opens its cenTEAnary vintage-style pop-up shop

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Fancy a step into the past? Just pop into Selfridges, which has opened its cenTEAnary pop-up shop, which you'll find in its dining and cookshop department.

Decked out in a post-war style, the shops opens this week and stays open until 8th September 2009, awash with bunting, vintage bikes, tea urns, trestle tables, flags and of course lashings of gingham, reminiscent of a good, old-fashioned British tea party.

Of course, most of the above will be available to buy, a mix of vintage classics and modern designs with a nod to the past from people like Becky Oldfield and Emma Bridgewater. Shouldn't break the bank either – prices start at around £16.

Find out more at the Selfridges website

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