Shopping: Shop Talk
Saturday 17 October 1998
Tester's extraordinary hats, such as Beekeeper's Hat, pounds 70, shown right, are currently on display at the MacRobert Art Gallery in Stirling. Although the exhibition is closing today, the good thing about it is that it is a chance to buy your favourite exhibit at a knock-down price. Hats will be sold at a third of the usual price during today's grand sale so, if you are in the area, take yourself off to the gallery and pick up a bargain bonnet. And, for those unable to make it along to the sale, you can buy Tester's hats at The Hat Shop in London, or commission your own hat directly from Angus & Hamie Hats.
The sale takes place today from noon to 5pm at the MacRobert Art Gallery, Stirling (01786 467159). Angus & Hamie hats is at Kinknell Bridge, Auchterarder, Perthshire (01764 663335)
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