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Take me home: November 2021

Take me home: November 2021

We’re sad to see you go but to make your departure a little bit sweeter, Il-Lokal has created a guide for you. They are a community of local designers, artists and designers, artists and independent brands

nwar cushion

Each UK-made, feather filled cushion is made of 100% Cotton Panama, elegantly finished with natural white piping. The feathers are sourced from sustainable and cruelty-free sources and re-used for the textile industry, with each timeless cushioned pattern making a statement by Stephanie Borg

Meet the locals

Meet the Locals is a series of five prints by one of Malta’s top illustrators Ed Dingli. The series was produced last summer in Marsalforn, Gozo, during a national lockdown. It’s a nostalgic tribute to the simplicity of the Gozitan lifestyle, by Ed Dingli

home-made chocolate

Carob, nougat and sea-salt chocolate, packaged in Maltese ‘tberfil’ style and absolutely delectable, they are all worth a try. Browse through an extensive range of exclusive chocolate varieties, by Chocolate District

malta door key chain

The traditional Maltese door has always been a staple and icon, both for Maltese people as well as for those who are visiting the islands. Here are your favourite Maltese doors, in miniature. Get your acrylic key-ring, by Que

Malta tile-inspired utensils

Mix tile bamboo salad utensils and Nanna blue tile effect olive wood salad utensils and you’ve got your Sunday lunch covered. By London-based artist Mia Anastasi Sammut, her work is hand-crafted and original, which means that every single piece and creation is 100% unique, by Bonnymia

terazzo wall clock

A functional art piece, locally crafted and assembled in their studio in Malta. This limited edition wall clock comes with the Quartz movement mechanism and is packaged in a custom wooden box, by Form Matters

Ciao Għalikom prints

A collection of illustrations that celebrate and highlight the simple things, details and traditions that characterise Malta and its daily life, ranging from folklore, traditions to the island’s flora and fauna, shops and architecture, by Italian Egyptian living in Malta, Magda Azab

volacanic stone table tops

Here are Casablanca and Marrakesh volcanic stone table tops, locally produced by Maltese craftsmen, with an artisan touch, inspired by the Mediterranean lifestyle. There’s an array of stunning designs to choose from, by Mediterranean Ceramics

clay necklace

Fun, colourful and 100% unique. These geometrical necklaces appear to many as an extension of Richard England’s architectural work in Malta and are beautifully created for those who wander into the unusual, daring by nature and are curious to experiment, by Frankly Bold

tube map of Malta

The Tube Map of Malta was created to celebrate the long-lasting connection between Malta and UK capital of London. It is festooned in details in history and wit. It will also help you navigate around the islands, by John Galea

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