Shop, eat, drink

Coin Street is home to a diverse range of independent designer-makers, shops, and restaurants, which houses the iconic Oxo Tower Wharf and Gabriel’s Wharf. They provide an idyllic, vibrant, and beautiful location for all to shop, eat and drink.

Two people looking at light exhibition

Covid-19 update: As we are in a national lockdown, our shops are closed. You can continue to support them by shopping online (website links on individual shop pages below). Some of our food venues remain open for takeaway orders. When picking up food please remember to wear a face mask and observe Hands. Face. Space.

Alan Vallis, four dangly earrings in a range of colours from orange to black, to red.

Alan Vallis

Alan Vallis, designs and makes contemporary jewellery inspired by many diverse influences.

Location: Oxo Tower Wharf

Doreen smiles, sitting at her loom.

Archipelago Textiles

Doreen designs and produces seductive hand-woven textiles that can be used to enhance a home or work environment.

Location: Oxo Tower Wharf

Bodo Sperlein - a black table with a grey chair, green and white curtains in the background, with a light hanging above the table.

Bodo Sperlein

Bodo Sperlein is a London-based designer whose renowned work pushes boundaries and bridges the gap between tradition and innovation.

Location: Oxo Tower Wharf

Two images side by side. Left image is David shaping a ring. Right image is six rings stacked on top of each other.

David Ashton

David Ashton’s jewellery is handmade to the highest standard using 18ct gold and platinum, primarily with diamond, sapphire and ruby.

Location: Oxo Tower Wharf

Two images. Left image is a collection of five flowers in an oval shape, all in blues and whites. Right image is a ring with a silver band and a big red detail.


Mark Bloomfield designs and makes customisable products, available to view and buy direct from his studio.

Location: Oxo Tower Wharf

A section of different jewellery pieces including a gold ring with a pink stone, a gold ring with a blue stone and a silver ring with a black stone.


Jewellery Designers’ Collective has been at the OXO Tower since 2012, showcasing and selling its members’ unique and individual jewellery.

Location: Oxo Tower Wharf

Josef Koppmann in his workshop.

Josef Koppmann

Jeweller Josef Koppmann creates individually-crafted collections constructed and forged from sterling silver and 24ct gold.

Location: Oxo Tower Wharf

A couple smile as they look at lots of neon signs made by Locomocean, one of which is of Oxo Tower Wharf.


Locomocean is a specialist lighting and gift company that produces cool, eccentric and playful products.

Location: Oxo Tower Wharf

Gold necklaces and hoop earrings from Loveness Lee's collection.

Loveness Lee

Launched in 2016, Loveness Lee is a contemporary British jewellery brand for women with a daring attitude to style.

Location: Oxo Tower Wharf

Mr Jones in his workshop holding his brown sausage dog.

Mr Jones Watches

Mr Jones Watches is a cult watch brand from London.

Location: Oxo Tower Wharf

Three of Sotis' vessels made out of textured clay, finished with 24 karat gold inside.

Sotis Studio Ceramics

Sotis Filippides produces individually handmade ceramics, each pot, bowl and vase thrown by hand and fired in a kiln.

Location: Oxo Tower Wharf