Celebrate Mothers


Show your Mother how special she is this Mother’s Day with exquisite gifts from the National Gallery of Jamaica Gift Shop. To help you express your love and gratitude, we are offering 5 – 15% off purchases over $5,000, plus a FREE gift for you.

We are excited to share with you some of the gift options available in time for May 10.

Gift shop cards

Art Greeting Cards:

The Gift Shop carries a wide variety of blank greeting cards with art works from celebrated artists including: Barrington Watson, Herbie Rose, Edna Manley and Milton Messam. Personalise your Mother’s Day gift with a message on one of our art cards.

jewellery display

Handmade Fine Jewellery:

We have an assortment of unique handmade jewellery to suit all budgets and styles. Pamper your Mother with eye-catching pieces from our jewellery collection that includes pieces from talented Jamaican Designers/Goldsmiths: Reve, Purple Jade, Patchwork Lily, Carol Campbell and The Girl and the Magpie.


Sculptural Ceramics:

We have the perfect ceramic gifts for Mother’s Day from Jamaica’s finest Potters, including: Clonmell Potters, David Pinto, David Dunn and Phillip Supersad. Present your Mom with a one-of-a-kind sculptural ceramic piece by Paul Mykoo (pictured above).

BagsHandmade Bags:

Gift her with these creative, colourful, hand-woven bags designed by Non- Pareil.

placemats and trayHome Décor:

We have an impressive collection of home décor items, including trays and tablemats. We also have a large catalogue of prints and photographs (available in colour as well as black and white) that she will cherish for years to come.


Fine Woodwork:

Give the gift of exquisite handcrafted Jamaican wood pieces, such as, pens, key rings and clocks this Mother’s Day, created by students at the Alpha Boys’ School.

The Gift Shop is open Tuesdays to Thursdays, from 10 am to 4:30 pm and on Fridays from 10 am to 4 pm. On Saturdays, 10 am to 3 pm and every last Sunday of the month from 11 am to 4 pm.

GGift shop sales support the Jamaican artists and designers who produced the art and craft items we offer and also help to fund the exhibitions and programmes at the NGJ.

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