What's in a name? Sometimes a lot! You know you can count on
the ones you'll find here. We need to be able to depend on our suppliers just as you depend on us. Here are some of our favorites!
Vera Bradley. Carry the original. We've offered the line since before it was fashionable and are a VB Gold store. Microfiber join the always popular pattern designs and change with the seasons.
Alex and Ani in recycled gold, silver, or colored beads.
Made in Rhode Island and the perfect personalized gift starting at $24.00. A portion
of the proceeds from many of their bangle bracelets goes to charity - from Alzheimers to the Pan Am Bike Challenge to the National Autism Foundation.
Crabtree and Evelyn.
They've been around a long
time and have a loyal bath and body care following. We
carry a large selection.
We love our Trollbeads. They are the first bead-on-bracelet line and have a universal bracelet which will take any bead from any line. They've got the best glass beads in the business.
Mariposa Gifts offers fabulous hostess gifts in their cocktail napkin trays with interchangeable weights. Or
how about their birthday candle holders in numbers from 0 to 9 for a life time of cake decorating!
Michel Design Works creates seasonal soaps, candles, trays, and paper goods for great cleaning and terrific scents. Their giant bars of soap are a particularly good buy!
Start an annual tradition or continue one with Byers' Choice Carolers. Each caroler has its own personality as ever one is hand made in Pennsylvania.
Chavez for Charity.
Affordable ($10) beaded bracelets with a portion of the proceeds going to one of ten different charities - like Alex's Lemonade Stand, water.org.,
and Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation.
Table linens from Natural Habitat, April Cornell, and Mountain Weavers.
Hand crafted jewelry from F.A.I., Singerman and Post,
and Sue Rosengard as well as funky, inexpensive "statement" pieces.
No more cling wrap!
Charles Viancin colors up your kitchen with various sized lids in designs like poppies, sunflowers, and waterlilies. Creates an air tight barrier and is great in the micro, on the stove, or in the fridge.
Artech's fun beer glasses, made from recycled beer bottles. Each has a saying on it and hold one bottle or can of beer. Coasters, too. Good guy gifts!
Citrus Zingers. A better way to do water! Pop a lime or lemon into the bottom, add ice and water. Enjoy!
Made in Maine. Stonewall Kitchen uses nothing but
the freshest ingredients
and can turn plain raspberry jam into something
delectable or create
magic with whoopie pies.
We have a sweet "little ones" section with oversized piggy banks, adorable onesies, and practical but unique sock sets.
A perennial favorite and made in the Monadnock Region of NH - Harvest Thyme Herbs has been making herbed seasonings for dips, veggies, and pasta for many years.
Designed by two flight attendants, Baggallini has some of the most well organized handbags, knapsacks, totes, and
Make life easier and more organized with a Pouchee.
All your important items go into the Pouchee and then
the whole thing can be transferred from one bag
My favorite puzzle company - White Mountain Puzzles
from New Hampshire. Clean, crisp pictures and pieces along with some really fun themes. The 70's, Rock & Roll, TV, Sports, Dogs and more.
How do they DO it? Get those smooth granite rocks onto the wine glass stems, that is. Seastones is a New Hampshire company that collects well- worn stones from the New England beaches.
Flowers, stems, garlands. We try to find the most authentic faux fleurs on the market and carry them year 'round. Forsythia in the spring, zinnias and gerberas in the summer, maple leaves in the fall, mistletoe and pines for the holidays. People tell us we've got the best around.
From Maine. Kate Libby's beautifully, simply illustrated calendars. One card stock poster per month to pop in
our frame. Great art!
Scarves galore in loads of colors, lengths, fabrics, patterns, and weights.
Kringle Candles. Made in Massachusetts by the folks
who started Yankee Candle. White candles to go with
every decor and to shine a brighter flame. Yummy scents.
We offer the complete collection of Chillsners. Ingenious gadgets to keep beer or wine chilled. Coming soon: chillable rocks glasses.
With a platinum finish, anything from Crislu is sure to look like "the real deal" - only it's affordable. Earrings, rings, necklaces, and bracelets.
Our friends at Sunapee
Granite Works hand make
each and every bead and decorative core. Our favorites? Granite Grey from NH and a robin's egg blue from NC. Fit all brands of bead-on-bracelets.
Dammit Dolls. When you're feeling a little stressed and need to let off a little steam, these babies can take a good slam. You'll feel better.
Cute little slippers with
non-slip bottoms in a variety
of fabrics. Washable and
Brie bakers, dip chillers, baking dishes, pitchers, mugs, butter dishes, and many other pieces of colorful Stoneware - most of it made in America.
Mary Lake Thompson is a
truly gifted artist and we
love bringing her seasonal products in. The flour sack towels comes plain or wrapping a yummy cake mix - and
they are terrific for dusting
and drying dishes as they
don't have LINT.
Seda France does soap. Goldfish in a bag, duckies, and other whimsical designs.
Mountain Weavers - a long standing company just over the border in Vermont. We're happy to order just the color and size you need.