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The sales office for the Cazadero-based retreat center offers a selection of texts on Tibetan Buddhism.

A certified-green special-occasion florist that also features local, vintage, and recycled/reclaimed gifts like jewelry, cards, bath accessories, candles, and more.

This shop sells tallits, jewelry, wooden toys, beeswax candles, books, music, and more for all your Jewish holiday and wedding needs.

The Art Lounge

Located in the historic Richmond fire house building, the shop features handmade jewelery and other unique gifts, including suncatchers and accessories, made on-site by owner Kat Scott.

A truly unique boutique stocked with a small but exquisite selection of casual clothing and accessories made from organic, recycled, and sustainable materials.

Features practically every piece of Cal clothing and paraphernalia ever made. In other words, the perfect hunting ground for gifts for your family back home.

Make and bring home your own teddy bear.

The store sells lots of beautiful things that you probably don't really need but will surely want to buy anyway, like fancy paperweights, vintage craft supplies, art books, and stationery.

Part art gallery, part art dealership, the Collector Art Shop pairs artists with consumers by presenting works that are arguably more accessible and affordable than in the world of fine art galleries. Art rotates every four to eight weeks.

A cornucopia of imported Mexican posters, cards, clothing, crafts, and folk art.

The shop specializes in horticultural rarities and floral and garden design.

Features vintage home furnishings from around the globe, from ruffled glass cake plates to hand-printed cotton pillows.

Entrez! Open House specializes in selling independently made crafts with personality. The store's wares range from candlestick holders to wine glasses, all of which show a fresh take on traditional pieces.

A custom art and jewelry shop located in Alley 49.

A retail outlet of the international human rights organization, Global Exchange carries hand-made goods from all over the globe that are made in accordance with fair labor practices.

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