We happened by while the shop was opening for the afternoon. It was closed during the lunch hour, but we weren't sure if that was a regular thing or just that day. I'm glad we stopped. We were three generations of women and we each found something to buy. Great variety of jewelry from a number of local artists and some from quite far away. The owner is one of the artists and works with leather, but the variety ranges from the popular shore sea glass to Alaskan porcupine quills. From your chunky gem jewelry to dainty drops. It's very small and we finished up quickly while the next batch of tourists entered, but I would recommend a stop by if you are in town.
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