Celebrating 75 Years of Panzer’s Deli

Celebrating 75 Years of Panzer’s Deli
12/11/2019 Kate Jenkins
In Blog

Today I will be setting up a very special installation at Panzer’s Deli 13-19 Circus Road, London NW8 6PB.

Back in June this year I  was commissioned by Panzer’s CEO David Josephs to create something very unique to celebrate their 75th anniversary so I decided to create a knit and crochet bagel bar where customers are able to choose their own bagel and fillings which are all knitted and crocheted to create their own bespoke art piece.

Once customers have selected their artworks they are mounted, signed and framed as an original art piece. If you are unable to attend the celebrations at Panzer’s please contact the studio here info@katejenkinsstudio.co.uk where you can order one to your specifications.

In case you are not familiar with Panzer’s here is a little history for you…

Mr Panzer was an Austrian refugee who came to London after serving in the military during World War II. He went into business with Mr Vogl, a refugee from Czechoslovakia who was running a deli in Cricklewood. The first Panzer’s shops were in Willesden Green and Golders Green before opening on Circus Road in 1956. Panzer’s is the original Jewish delicatessen in London and has been world-famous for its hand-sliced smoked salmon, salt beef and bagels since 1944.

The party will be starting this evening from 6.00 p.m till 9.00 p.m so come and celebrate at Panzer’s 13- 19 Circus Road, London NW8 6PB www.panzers.co.uk

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