Historical. Lest not foget, The Shoppe has been around for many years. I remember when you had to meander a narrow, wooden stairway, the vinyl record albums and not to be forgotten, but The Shoppe used to carry smoking paraphernalia. One of a very few locations carrying this line of inventory. It's still a great place to shop for something unusual, just like the old days.
In this neo-hippie gift shop, there's a flurry of hand-made and unusual finds..
Be sure to browse through the neatly displayed garden and household ornaments and wide assortment of glass and ceramic figurines, which include some beautiful hand-blown perfume bottles. Check out the collection of cards and stationery, and don't miss the new and "gently used" music and posters; the selection and prices are average. The large, looming wooden facade may seem daunting from the street, so take advantage of the parking lot and homier entrance 'round back.
Seeking your own sense of style? The Shoppe carries some of Northeast Ohio's most unusual clothes, featuring ornamental beading, Eastern-influenced silk patterns and a whole slew of leather. Prices can be steep, but tend to be worth the investment. Jewelry (especially silver)is also a specialty: From simple hoops to ornate, one-of-a-kind gemstone creations by local artists--all possess that funky free-love feel.
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