Category Archives: Duckpond

St Albans Christmas Market

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We have been invited back to the St. Albans Christmas Market again and we enjoyed ourselves so much last year that this year we’ll be there for three days.

You will be able to find us there on

Saturday 6th – Monday 8th December  times; 11 -5 

selling some of our smaller more affordable work including Prints, Drawings, Jewellery, Paintings, unique Gifts and Cards

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Duckpond Market : Highgate

On the 5th October, praesentia will make its way into London for the Duckpond Market, bringing along beautiful unique mono prints, watercolours and jewellery.  The market starts at 11am to 5pm in the beautiful Lauderdale House set in Waterlow Park, Highgate.  Here are a few pictures of this historical house.  Hope you will be able to join us.


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