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This quaint jewelry boutique on Peck Street has some of the most unique and eclectic pieces in the entire state. How about an earring with a stone embossed in it? Or a purse that also functions as a full-sized wall clock? The quirky owner Don garners his collection from hundreds of artists, each one with their own style and design. Apart from jewelry, you'll find a good range of home decorative pieces as well as other quirky gadgets and toys that make perfect gifts.
This historic forge house turned into a boutique store is tucked away on the far edge of Providence's Fox Point neighborhood, pegged up against the Seekonk River. The owners carefully curate all of the unique items such as scarves, jewelry, home decor, and general bric-a-brac. Some of the designers like Orla Kiely, Emma Bridgewater and Catherine André may not necessarily be household names, but the quality of their items is unparalleled.
Hope Street has plenty of eclectic shops that feature local products from Providence, but Frog & Toad is undoubtedly one of the best. Inside, visitors will find all kinds of artwork, books, knick-knacks, jewelry, clothes and even customized wrapping paper. Most of the products come from locals craftsmen and the items here are kitschy, cool, innovative, funny and thoughtful. Overall, it's definitely a nice place to stop in and find a interesting, one-of-a-kind gift.