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About Larks

kirsty-allsop-visits-larks-lark-lane-liverpool-vintage-003Larks is an old fashioned gift emporium – the perfect balance of cutting edge contemporary and vintage chic.

You will find clothing, gifts, jewellery, kids stuff, homeware, with very special one-off vintage treasures for your boudoir, bedsit, bijou apartment or big old house. We have been featured on Kirsty’s “Location Location Location”, “Desperate Scousewives” (how dare you say it’s rubbish) and “Laurence Llewellyn-Bowen’s Auction Party”.

Larks is an extraordinary boutique gift emporium located on the bohemian and ever popular Lark Lane in South Liverpool.

At Larks we strive to bring our customers products that are a little out of the ordinary, sometimes unexpected but always guaranteed to delight!

We honestly believe there is not a place like Larks in Liverpool.

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About the Team

Phil Southall

Phil’s background is the independent music scene, having setup the famous 3 Beat record label and shop.

He soon became disillusioned with the music industry, yet still loved the interaction with the public and so set up Lark Lane Gallery.

It was at this shop that he met his future wife and through a shared interest in seaside nostalgia, Butlins holiday camp memorabilia and Festival of Britain Design that led to the opening of Larks and now GASP.

Jill Southall

Jill has been collecting antiques from a young age.

Her years working as a cabin service director on Concorde and 747’s enabled her to indulge in her passion for collecting curios and objets d’art.

She made full use of her cargo concession bringing back chrome beds from Barcelona, station clocks and wind up gramophones from Bombay and great kitsch items from flea markets across the USA.

This knowledge, passion and love of everything from clashing 1970’s fabric to Victorian chintz has developed into GASP.

GASP Vintage Warehouse

Find out more about GASP, our vintage warehouse here.

Walk Around

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