Come & browse among beautiful things
A lifestyle and gifting hub selling unique artisan finds from all over the world and showcasing talented local artists and creators
Denise & Salima
The founders of The Trading Point
The Trading Point was an idea shaped over a coffee and a dog walk one sunny July in 2021.
With backgrounds in graphic design and fashion buying, Denise Nicholls and Salima Frigot bonded over a shared vision for a lifestyle boutique showcasing a range of eco-friendly artisan products.
They found the perfect location, a beautiful, historic general store in the heart of Jersey and began curating local creations and sourcing products from small, family run businesses further afield. Their mission is to support local artists and makers and also showcase extraordinary craftspeople with an eco and sustainable ethos behind their brand.
Visit Denise and Salimas’ labyrinth of treasures and browse among beautiful things.
Browse our shop
Explore the many themed rooms of The Trading Point.
Housed in this wonderful historic building, which dates back to the 17th century, you will find a treasure trove of beautiful gifts. Wonderful, artisan creations and original artwork, many items are made locally and others sourced further afield.
What’s exciting us right now.
Beautiful bamboo bowls designed by Bibol in France and made in Vietnam. Bamboo is still omnipresent in Vietnam culture, a resource with undeniable quality - flexible, resistant, quick growing, and stabilising the soil. The preservation of its usage is the guarantee of the continuation of Vietnamese culture. The artisans are paid fairly and work to produce these striking, unique bowls without solvents.
These Savon de Marseille soap and body cream products are made with super soft Mediterranean velvet seaweed and vegetable oils.
The soap will gently cleanse the skin and the body cream will invigorate and sustainably hydrate the skin for 48 hours. Delicately fragranced.
We are big supporters of artisan businesses and love the boho roots of this Danish brand. Handmade products celebrate artisan traditions preserved through generations and found all over the world. The collection embraces the charms of perfect imperfections, incorporating a refined rawness into every carefully picked item.
We actively support local businesses and are fortunate to stock the following local artisans
- A Little Bit Of
- Anne Morgan
- Athene Skoll
- Bang Bang
- Captain Tweed
- Chantal Venton
- Dasa Wharton
- Edley Design
- George Pearce
- Gisela Olsson
- Heritage Jersey Apple Press
- Helena Mundy
- Hanski Makes
- Jacques Le Breton
- Jane de le Haye
- Jools Holt
- Jersey Bean Woodcraft
- Jane Haslem
- Kathryn Fowler
- Kelly Eastwood
- Lisa Troy
- Lyddite Press
- Jo Woodcraft
- Jan's Crafts
- Jenny Jewell
- Mark Howe and Andrew Blooms
- Mandy Gagnerie
- Made by the Bay
- Lyddite Press
- Nicky Stewart
- Louise Ramsay
- Pippa Barrow
- Rocque Paper Scissors
- Soul Expression
- Sarah Baudet
- Sophie de Faye
- Susie Royson-Jones
- Rian Hotton
- Studio Bonsai
- Theo Jenner
- The Jersey Hooker
- Therese Tabb
- Woodshed Living
- When at Ouen
- Tim Le Breuily
Dates for your diary
The Trading Point Spring Market
Hooray it’s back! For the third year running we will be holding the Spring Market at The Trading Point. The historic barns at David Hick Interiors will be bursting with local artisans for one day only! The stallholders will be selling everything from handmade jewellery and ceramics, original art to hand poured candles, delicious chocolates and local jams.
In the courtyard Beresford Street Kitchen will keep us fed and watered with their wraps, cakes, tea, coffee and wonderful hot chocolate while Mark and Andrew will fill the greenhouse with their beautiful bunches to go and spring bulb pots.
Entry is free and there will be plenty of parking. No. 7 bus stops just outside the shop and we are a pet-friendly event.
Hope to see you there in April..
The GENERAL STORE
The original store showcasing our beautiful French ceramics and soap
The Linen Room
Our soft furnishings, handmade candles and gallery display of original art
The walkthrough with more natural wax candles, diffusers, cards, displayed art and print browsers
The local makers and
Genuine Jersey selection
Home interior items, artisan ceramics and more
Our local artists corner, showcasing original work and limited edition prints
Contact details, opening hours, parking and bus routes.
Jersey JE3 1GL
Tuesday to Saturday 10am – 5pm
** We are back open on Saturday, 6th January, 10am – 5pm **
Parking: parking at the front of the main shop but plenty of additional parking at David Hick Interiors – access to the shop is through David Hick studios.
Bus route: No 7 to and from St Helier, stops at Carrefour Selous West or East
What our customers say
We think our shop is lovely, but don’t take our word for it.