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Located on Seattle's coastline, Seattle Antiques Market is a haven for an antiquarian. Founded in 1978 by Ken Eubank, this store offers a variety of essential antiques, ranging across, wardrobes, sofa sets, coffee tables, trunks, vanity tables and more. They also offer beautiful adornments like vases and counter pieces, that will add to the beauty of your room. Their range of collectables from the 1800s and early 1900s accompanied by the amicable service, makes this a wonderful place to stop by for antiques or just to browse through their shelves.
Find unique gems and last season's best sellers at this charming consignment boutique in the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle. Sell Your Sole Consignment carries all the designer brands you know and love, from Oscar De La Renta, Michael Kors, to Chanel and Jimmy Choo. With everything at the fraction of the normal retail cost, you'll be updating your entire wardrobe at a pretty decent price.
Located in the bookstore-rich University District, this old shop buys and sells general, scholarly and academic used books. Look for complete sets by single authors, encyclopedia sets and other keepsake volumes. Magus Books buys and trades around 1000 used books each week, so it's always a new adventure to see what you can find. The staff will also do a personal search for your desired book if you email them with your request. The shop has specific book buying hours and private libraries and collections by appointment.
Groceries, a diverse wine and beer collection, fashionable clothing, cleaning supplies, health & beauty essentials and even greeting cards, are all available at a great price here. This outlet of Target does not miss out on Home & Kitchen appliances, children's toys, electronics or even pet supplies. Truly, a one-stop shop, this department store caters to every age category. A well-organized and clean premise makes for a pleasant shopping experience for downtown residents, which saves them the hassle of traveling for miles, just for a few necessities.