KEEPING UP OUR SPIRITS
We are devastated, like all small shop owners, by having to lockdown in this period leading up to Christmas. It is such an important time, and one when we all want to enjoy preparations, finding perfect gifts and looking forward to time with family and friends.
We have added lots more of our nice things onto this online store and have added a Christmas section which we hope will help you find some unusual, fun and special treats! Keep an eye out because we will be adding more lovely things over the next week...
We love hearing from our customers, so do get in touch if you're searching for something in particular, or if we can help you with a bespoke handmade gift (our makers love a new challenge!).
We now offer FREE local delivery and a Click and Collect service to make life as easy as possible for our valued customers.
Follow us on Instagram or check out our Facebook page - and THANK YOU for your continued support :)
WHY WE DO IT
Nice Things is a cheerful shop and gallery by Ramsgate's Royal Harbour. Our gallery area shows contemporary work mainly by East Kent artists in two or three-week exhibitions - you can view our Current Exhibition here.The shop promotes independent designer/makers, showing some of the best makers in our area but with a national eye so there is always something different and new popping up.
We include beautiful and unusual handmade jewellery, ceramics, glass, textiles and decorative pieces. We work with highly experienced as well as emerging makers and actively encourage natural products, organic packaging, recycling and up-cycling! We are always keen to see new work and encourage interested makers and artists to get in touch - you can find out more about our ethos under About.
gifts for friends, family and special occasions
We have regular exhibitions of bold, contemporary and local art in our Ramsgate gallery, which is for sale through this website. Find out about past exhibitions through our News pages.
Our current exhibition is called PLACES I LOVE by Suzanne Baker. Visit this exhibition by clicking below.