As I think we mentioned yesterday, John Lewis has a host of limited edition products on its racks in celebration of the retailer's 150th Anniversary. These Newgate store clocks for John Lewis are obviously part of that selection.
Yes, that's right, you can own your very own London record shop, as On The Beat in Soho, London W1 is up for sale on eBay right now.
Slightly different tact for our eBay spot today, due to us spotting the Habitat Clearance Store on that site over the weekend. Bargains, for sure.
If you happen to have missed it, this week is 60 years since the iconic Festival of Britain took place in London. To mark this milestone, arty online shopping portal Culture Label has set up a Festival of Britain store, packed with products relating to the event.
In truth, some are more relevant than others, although all are worth a browse. Our favourite is undoubtedly the superb Southbank Centre x Lizzie Allen Festival of Britain Wallpaper. It's a bespoke wallpaper, made in very small runs and using traditional, hand crafted processes, with this particular design celebrating the energy and vigour of the Festival of Britain, featuring both participants and the Southbank itself.
Unlikely to work for a whole room (not least, because of cost), it would look superb as a feature wall. Each roll is 10m long and sells for £370.
Another City reissue, another Size? 10th anniverary exclusive – this time the Adidas Glasgow trainers and tracktop.
It follows in the steps of other sought-after Adidas anniversary reissues (I'm sure we all remember the chaos of the Adidas Manchester reissue), with the same number of Glasgows being offered as the Manchester – 500 of the tracktop, 500 of the trainers.