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This family owned shop is a must stop for anyone in search of a unique gift, or looking to add a southwest touch to the home. Outside Old Santa Fe Pottery, are rows upon rows of red clay pottery as well as glazed pottery of every size and shape. There are chimeneas, sun faces, and decorative Acatlan animals. Fountains and bird baths fit perfectly in the quaint courtyard. Inside you will find rustic pine, oak, and Equipole furniture, wall art, lamps, dinnerware, rugs and much more.
For musicians interested in folk, bluegrass, or all manner of acoustic music, this music house is a must visit. The center carries guitars, banjos, mandolins, autoharps, harmonicas, and even rare and unusual items like a 1920 Gibson six-string banjo. One can also strum through a healthy selection of CDs and tapes. The selection features many hard-to-find folk, Celtic and bluegrass titles. This shop also lays claim to having the largest assortment of picks in Denver.
The Ruffly Rose, located in the trendy South Pearl shopping district, is a combination flower and wedding/birthday/etc. shop with a distinctly feminine flair. While most of the clients will be the bridal crowd, the Ruffly Rose is also a great place to shop for anniversary gifts, birthday supplies, and baby showers. The flower selection is fantastic, with everything grown in the indoor atrium or the outdoor garden which is visible from the street, and the gift selection, ranging from cards to decorations and flatware, are feminine and romantic in an old-fashioned way. The Ruffly Rose also hosts bridal showers, decorates weddings and receptions, and more upon request. For the more girly people in your life, this is the place to shop! - Sabrina Zirakzadeh
First reaction upon entering this shop is usually awe over all the things constructed from wood. Just about everything on its shelves are creatively carved wood products and include flower bouquets and even a decorative motorcycle made from wicker. In addition, one can find novelty animal woodcarvings, wall hangings, toys and imported women's clothing and jewelry. This is a perfect shop for someone bent on finding an unusual gift, or an odd accessory for the home.
The Guitar Center on South Colorado Boulevard is a one stop option for everything related to music. Right from branded guitars to vintage collectibles to music merchandises, the store has it all. Its inventory comprises various brands such as Fender, Gibson, Yamaha, Dunlop, etc., which are offered at rates lower than most of the retailers in the city. For the budding musicians, the Guitar Center hosts workshops under the guidance of experts. And if one can not visit the store, then the store also accepts online orders and delivers the products at your door. Visit their website to know more about their enticing products and services.
This record shop is a solidly independent store that recently expanded into two buildings. The value of over 20,000 pieces of vinyl is enhanced by the collection of new and used turntables for sale, alongside dozens of lava lamps. The motley selection of music at Twist & Shout is too much for even one room. Dealing in over 100,000 new and used CDs, it offers a skilled staff to help customers find obscure treasures. Used CDs are updated daily and generally sold at a reasonable price.
Crafting elegant jewelry for over three decades has garnered a reputation for Mr. Atencio and his company. Well-known for his Elements collection in which he mixes 18-karat gold with sterling silver, the designer set up this store to showcase his work. John Atencio's work signifies his belief that people should own jewelry that is not put away in their lockers, instead, it is worn everyday.