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We are over the moon to introduce you to: The Society Inc. This stockist is more than a store. it is a warehouse of whimsy, a sort of homewares museum, a showcase of old and new. Historical, nautical, industrial conversational, these are a few words that spring to mind when looking at the wide rangeContinue Reading
Step aboard me hearties, adventures wait on hand But once you tread the creaking decks no more you’ll walk on land Guests were greeted with ice-cold Mount Gay rum and ginger beer when they came aboard master shipwright, Elise Cameron-Smith’s floating flotilla on Wednesday night. Everyone huddled around custom wooden sheds by carpenter Felix Allen,Continue Reading
We’re doing a reshuffle at The Society inc. and will be shutting our barn doors on Monday 18th May. Come and check out our fabulous new fit out inspired by the fishing net sheds of Hastings when we reopen. For after hours on Wednesday come along to the Pirate and the Matador.
The Pirate and The Matador The Pirate and The Matador ruled the oceans worlds apart The Caribbean and The Spanish Maine salt in their veins and heart Ruled with musket and cutlas, upon the open seas Feared all over the salty world, treasures waiting for you, for me Now they’re down in the Southern Ocean,Continue Reading
The Society inc. is holding a one-day-only flash sale this Saturday, April 18th from 10am-4pm. We need to make room for more cool stuff & are reducing a selected range of furniture & stock items by 20%. Items include our amazing copper nailed, bent wood 18ft Clinker boat, folding cinema chairs, mason jars, cotton shiboriContinue Reading
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