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FLAT 128 Brings British Charm to the West Village

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West Village newcomer FLAT 128 evokes a unique charm just like the neighborhood it resides in, yet all of the pieces for sale hail from thousands of miles away. Every item in the shop at 15 Christopher Street has been carefully selected by owner Elizabeth Dubois, whose residency in London led her to many of the store's beautifully crafted pieces.

Through tradeshows in the UK, she discovered new designers like up-and-coming product/interior designer Lee Broom, whose lighting fixtures proudly sit (for sale!) on top of an antique wood dresser from the Brimfield Market.

The store only carries three of each piece of jewelry, so chances are you don't have to worry about your neighbor sporting the same lace Julia Burness cuff, or the Victoria Grant headpiece and glass flower paper weights exclusively from Wales.—Esther Levy-Chehebar
· FLAT 128 [Official Site]