This shop carries a variety of handmade items, including musical instruments, linens, toys, baskets and jewelry from around the world. This is a "fair trade" shop providing an income to low-income artisans in developing countries.
Don't Miss: The beautiful cobalt blue pottery from Vietnam.
1643 Thames St.
This classic toy shop has been around Fells Point for many years. Just recently taken over by Heather and Christopher Rondholz, the store is filled to the rafters with beautiful stuffed animals and playthings. It also carries lovely dollhouse furnishings and books. Beware, you probably will go home with a new friend or two.
Don't Miss : The 2002 World Cup commemorative Beanie Baby bears.
Southern Accent and the Petticoat Tearoom
814 S. Broadway
Southern Accent is a delightful home furnishings store, carrying everything from unusual drawer pulls to stuffed cats. Most items are for the bed or bath, but owner Kitty Knoedler tries to cover all her bases.
The store provides a wonderful gateway to Kitty's charming Victorian tearoom which is open for lunch, afternoon tea, high tea and even tinkerbell tea for youngsters as well as for special occasions such as bridal showers or birthdays. Reservations are required. The cost is $15.95 per person for the afternoon tea and $24.95 for the high tea.
Don't Miss: The Vicksburg tomato finger sandwich.
Fells Point Flower Shoppe
614 S. Broadway
Lisa Chaplin Suit is one of Fells Point's many female shop owners, entrepreneurs and neighborhood advocates. Her unusual flower boutique features made-to-order arrangements in silk, dried or fresh flowers. She does stock some cut flowers for walk-in customers, but custom orders seem to be her specialty.
Don't Miss: The creative faux desserts made with dried flowers, featuring petit fours, layer cakes and ice-cream sundaes.
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