We Are Thrilled with Some New Beauties That Have Just Arrived. Feast Your Eyes....

Bracelets. How can we wax enthusiastically enough about these breathtaking statement pieces? We can't! But we can tell you what they are made of: turquoise and brass, labradorite and oxidized bronze. (The picture does not do the labradorite justice. It is more luminous and magical.)

Rings. Also statements for a Goddess or Queen or Goddess-Queen! Freshwater pearl and brass, labradorite/sterling silver/brass, and moonstone and brass. (The moonstone is also more luminous than the picture represents.)

Pomegranate necklace. This is one of our favorites of all time. (And I like to brag that I had it in the Emporium before Smithsonian Magazine had it on their cover, a few years ago!) We try to have it here frequently, but much time has elapsed this time. It is made of tea-stained freshwater pearls, red jade seeds, and gold-plated brass.

Baltimore map blankets. In addition to a new batch of the classic, vintage Baltimore map blankets, we now have a more modern blueprint map style, in an elegant navy blue and white. Just in case the lovely, pastel look of the vintage doesn't work with your decor, this new one might do the trick.
Ceramic Skulls. We have not had these exquisitely hand-crafted skulls for a long time. They have a substantial heft to them and a smooth, soft finish. The colors are a muted olive green and a murky plum. We are so happy to have them back.
Ouija handbags and pouches. Whenever we can find a well-made, functional and beautiful rendition of Ouija, it's a win! These are in this category. Another type that is not pictured: a larger bag that can house a tablet and also convert to a backpack.
Also, in Case You're Starting to Think About Halloween, We Have Other Spooky Stuff Already Here and More on the Way. Our Halloween Card Selection is Especially Fabulous and Those Are Here Now.

Lastly, Many Other Treasures Abound, But We've Got to Stop Yapping Sometime!
fragment of BOUNTY CLOAK
c2012 Luana Kaufmann
One of Many Archival Pigment Prints of 
Luana's Cut-Paper Collages 
If You'd Like to See the Full, Ample
Array of Luana's Collage Prints,
Please Peruse (on a Device Bigger than a Phone) 
We are Open Every Day Except Tuesday
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(and by Appointment)

We Look Forward to Seeing You Soon!

Warm regards, 
Purveyor of Fine Goods
Collagist of Found Imagery
A Little Navigation Tip.........
If you're driving, you'll need to use Ann Street or Wolfe Street to visit us. (Thames Street has now become one way westbound, which means you cannot turn left from Broadway onto Thames.)