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Once your eyes grow accustomed to the dimness of this shop, they'll widen at the array of preserved elegance. The specialty here is fine antique jewelry. The estate jewelry ranges from antique engagement rings with all manner of precious stones to original pieces from the Victorian era. A large selection of Art Deco jewelry is a big draw at Isadora's. This store definitely has that special, unique piece to make anyone's eyes sparkle with delight.
A day at the Pike Place Market isn't complete without a visit to this antique store, nestled within the Inn at the Market's courtyard. Here you will find an astonishing range of memoirs collected by owner Ted Watson on his sojourns to France and England. Closer to home, there are articles from New York, San Francisco and New Orleans too. Pamper yourself with bath products and aroma candles from here. Open your wallets wide for the antiques and vintage products from music sheets to playing cards.
After a tour around the city, take home some tangible memorabilia from Simply! Seattle, a quaint little gift store located in the Downtown neighborhood. Staying true to its name, this store offers various merchandises that are typically Seattle. Key chains and postcards with the splendid skyline, Space Needle and other monuments are offered here. Purchase some souvenirs for your friends and family back at home. They also have another outlet on Alaskan Way near Pike Place Market.
At Ebbets Field Flannels you can voyage back in time with old-fashioned baseball jerseys. Since the late 80's owner Jerry Cohen has devoted himself to providing one-of-a-kind flannel jerseys from yesteryear, just like the ones baseball used before the advent of polyester. The shop specializes in jerseys from the pre-1958 Pacific Coast League, Negro Leagues and even some cool ones from Cuba and Japan. In addition to jerseys, Jerry sells ball caps, jackets, hockey and football sweaters, t-shirts and casual wear. Every stitch is hand-sewn and the authenticity remains impeccably faithful to the original.
MarketSpice began as a humble tea shop that also sold spices, in 1911. Nestled in the monumental Pike Place Market, this store has become a trusted name when it comes to variety in spices and teas. Do purchase this store's special tea, the MarketSpice Tea, which is an aromatic amalgamation of cinnamon-orange and spices mixed with black tea, rendering it a sweet and spicy flavor. Selling more than a 100 varieties of teas, spice blends, flavors and spices, this is a must visit for those who love flavors.
Kinokuniya Book Stores has a huge collection of Japanese language books, as well as comics, Japanese music CDs and computer software. You will also find a selection of Japanese children's books, magazines, newspapers and textbooks. The store also carries a fine range of English-language books about Japan, as well as books on Asian culture and business practices. A great place for all book lovers.