With an experienced, personable staff and diverse selection of jewelry, Main Street Jewelers takes its bling seriously. Disgruntled forty-niners can browse a selection of stunning sterling-silver charms, chains, rings, bracelets, necklaces, jodhpurs, and earrings, as well as Beadle beads ($20–$32) that fit on most brand-name bracelets. The shop also stocks a full line of Concept earrings ($10–$45), designed for those with allergies and sensitive ears, and a display case full of sterling-silver Beadle bracelets ($59) eager to dress up bare wrists. A range of new and estate gold and silver items ($60+) bring dreams of owning Blackbeard’s dog’s golden bicuspid that much closer to reality. The old-fashioned jewelry boutique boasts an on-staff bench jeweler, a goldsmith, and a watchmaker to repair broken treasures, recreate favorite pieces, and clean up tarnished trimmings.
At Dylan's Unique Gifts & Weddings, shoppers prepare their homes and wardrobes for birthdays, weddings, holidays, and baby showers with a wealth of decorations and accessories. Guests don feathery ball masks, jewelry, scarves, and ties for formal occasions, or enlist the assistance of a professional event planner to arrange memorable get-togethers, banquets, and receptions.
The consultants at Jill's Beach want to help patrons achieve a sun-kissed tan without overexposing their skin. So the state-certified consultant recommend tanning booths depending on the person's skin type and tanning goals, whether those are getting more vitamin D or getting a base color before a vacation. They also educate guests about the benefits of tanning lotions, which often include anti-aging and anti-cellulite ingredients. For those who prefer a sprayed-on color, the experts can direct them to Mystic Tan booths or introduce them to a local graffiti artist.
Wit’s End showcases a splendid selection of spectacular surprises for all manner of occasion. Wine lovers will find a bevy of bodacious wine bottles priced from $5 to $20, and art fiends will feel like art thieves when they pick up a piece from a local painter or alternative artisan. A supply of locally crafted jewelry decks out necks in style, and those born sans silver spoons can fill deserving face holes with an entire decorative measuring spoon set for only $20. Prepare for an upcoming day at the beach with a fun, fashionable Wit’s End tote bag ($15–$20), which can be branded with a free three-initial monogram to distinguish it from the tote-bag herds that populate the prairies. Stuff-happy gift seekers can also find holiday decorations, picture frames, and much more within Wit’s End’s charming confines.
We are proud to offer our line of wood products. Our products include Adirondack chairs, English Garden benches, writing pens and pencils, perfume and cologne atomizers and perfume pens.
Writing pens are great gifts for Christmas, birthdays, valentines, anniversaries and a way to say "Thanks" for a job well done.
At Knightdale Eye Care, optometrist Dr. Timothy Poirier helms a staff of opticians and contact lens specialists, who together protect eyesight with emergency and preventive eye care. After exams with these pros, clients can take home scleral and multifocal contacts, or they can pick out designer frames from labels such as Michael Korrs, Costa Del Mar, Vera Wang, and Kate Spade.