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Iconic British Luxury Brand Opens a New Pop-Up Shop in Highland Park Village With Unique Gifts Galore

Asprey Brings Rocket Ships and Gorillas Into Play

BY // 11.20.19

Highland Park Village is turning out to be a prime location for luxury holiday pop-up stores this season. British luxury brand Asprey’s new pop-up shop is open at the shopping village through this Sunday, November 24. Several coveted pieces make this temporary store the ultimate gift store in some ways.

Founded in 1781, the iconic jewelry, silverware and home goods brand has its flagship retail store in London. Asprey has provided crowns and coronets for royal families all over the world. Fun fact: Asprey also designed the Heart of the Ocean necklace that was featured in the Titanic movie.

At the pop-up, there are several iconic Asprey pieces available to purchase. For instance, the store is selling Asprey’s festive crackers, jewelry like rings, necklaces, cuff links, small silver goods like key chains and business card holders, bullskin and exotic handbags, unique cocktail shakers in the shapes of rockets and race cars, and even a gorilla safe made from sterling silver.

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Racing Car Cocktail Shaker

Dallas designer Michelle Nussbaumer previously hosted a dinner at her studio in the Design District, along with Brooke Davenport in celebration of the pop-up store.

Products range in price from $300 for key rings to $12,000 for cocktail shakers.

It’s the season for holiday pop-up shops at Highland Park Village. Italian fashion house and luxury brand Max Mara has its own pop-up store at the Village that is open through this Saturday, November 23.

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