“Przemek” (short from Przemysław) is a Polish name, and “Pszemek” is the way it’s pronounced. The word “poleca” means “recommends”. So here you have a Polish guy recommending antiquities, pots and many more.
In fancy and interesting Praga-Północ (ul. Inżynierska 3, locale 13 and 16) you will find two floors full of furniture, lamps, pots and flowers. Also, there are smaller things like vases, ashtrays, plates and much more. Pszemek’s flowerpot and flower stands selection alone is grand. Very special are also the Russian boards presenting biological issues as well as coffee drippers and smaller items.
On the webpage you can also look up some designers like Beswick England, Hovmantorp, Ilkra Keramik, Ingrid Glas, Jasba, Jie Sweden, Jopeko, Kahla
Marsberger Glaswerke Ritzenhoff, Ruscha, SKS Design, Soholm Keramik, Strehla
Terra, VEB Schwepnitz or Walther Glas and search for Russian pieces.
Looking for an original gift from old Poland? Ask the antiquities expert Pszemek.
Beware: the store is only open between 2 and 7 p.m. on weekdays.