Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Sunday, November 13, 2011
Mark and Lori Pressley from Snodon Iron just brought is some amazing pieces. Lamps with bases made of old rollers salvaged from an old carpet mill. Shades made from glass found in an old chicken house and an rusted turbine vent from a roof. The tree is incredible! I am thrilled that local artisians are seeking out the shop to display their wares.
Just got this in the shop. I am getting some really postive reactions from men and women alike. A classic and timeless scent that embodies a lifestyle of strong history and heritage. A woodsy aroma with hints of spice: including notes of black pepper, tobacco, leather, gin, and patchouli.
Saturday, October 29, 2011
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Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Sunday, September 25, 2011
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Sunday, August 21, 2011
Saturday, August 13, 2011
A nautical denim line that takes pride in limited production with manufacturing in Old Port de Weymouth circa 1635. The port town has a traditon, just like our process of finishing each garment we make by hand. Starting each denim jean with the finest raw/dry Japanese (Kaihara Mills) 14oz Fabrique. the limited production jeans are all properly finished by hand with authentic recycled bullet shell casings on the pockets and the button. back pocket desdign features A&E Tex 150 fisherman's net weave. The jeans have a nautical leather back patch and belt loops. The pockets are lined with traditional 100% cotton Batik and Shibori. Made to last a lifetime!
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Linda is an accomplished artist and a close friend. She has purchased a couple of Billykirk's bags that come with luggage tags. Linda wanted to know what she could put in the tag. I suggested we get creative and fill these tags with woodland creatures. Linda took the idea and ran with it! I took these to Atlanta for a pop-up event with Billy Ried and they did well. Perfect for your BillyKirk luggage tag or as a stand alone piece of art.
Emily G’s was created by two moms passionate about good food. They put their heart, soul, and love into everything they make. Emily and Gina believe that food should be prepared simply and naturally. This inspired them to launch Emily G’s in 2008 with their signature line of hand-poured jams, called Jam of Love. By making jams in small batches and using seasonal ingredients in unique combinations, they maintain the high quality that customers enjoy. As they grow and create more foods, they will continue their commitment to keep it natural, simple, and delicious.
These jams are as sweet as the girls that make them. Everyone that tastes these jams, buys a jar. That says something! I will continue to lay out the goat cheese and crackers. Simply the best jams I've ever tasted. Emily was in the shop this weekend and gave me a taste of a their new hot sauce and bbq sauce. You are in for a treat!