The staff at Fashion Time hold time itself in their hands, in the form of their store?s collection of eye-catching watches. At locations throughout Maryland and Virginia, they repair watches in addition to pairing customers? wrists with low- and high-end watches from name-brand designers, such as Edifice, Kimio, Seiko, and Citizen. Customers can also peruse the store?s inventory on its comprehensive website, with shipping available nationwide. Already-purchased watches can be registered online through an easy submission form or a more difficult smoke-signal pattern.
In the last 10 years, Picture It On Canvas's founder and CEO Bob McKeon has applied more than three decades of software-sales-management experience to create six Internet-based companies. With Picture It On Canvas now his primary focus, McKeon strives to appease all clients with approachable customer service and a no-questions-asked return policy. Picture It On Canvas takes customer-uploaded photographs and prints them on archival-quality material such as canvas, metal, and hand-chiseled slate, forging a durable keepsake for customers to hang on their walls or dangle from the grills of their automobiles. Buyers can also blend several images into a collage or divide one photograph into four color schemes with a kaleidoscopic piece of pop art.
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At Shoes Cup and Cork Club, patrons can enjoy a welcoming ambience and striking décor while sampling delectable sips and nibbling on tasty tidbits. Located inside a former shoe-repair shop, the interior showcases eye-catching touches such as brass footrests and wooden shoe cases. Visitors will be able to bring along a friend or reconciled archenemy and sample three wines, such as the McManis Viognier '08 and Paraiso Chardonnay '07, of their choice in 1.5-ounce tasting samples. Each pair will also nosh on one hummus and flatbread platter or fruit and cheese platter, which will soothe palates and meld with complex wine flavors like a smile-inducing pleasure ointment. Additionally, though not included in the Groupon, a varied menu offering coffee, drinks, and hearty fare douses fiery appetites. The laid-back vibe at SC&C is perfect for surfing the Net, writing a text-message novella, or vigilantly anticipating an Elvis sighting. Enjoy tasty bites and savory wines in a relaxing setting with today’s side deal.
The Perfect Pair offers stylish gifts and stationery for all occasions in a quirky, chic boutique. The friendly staff assists customers in creating custom-designed invitations and notifications or in finding a great party favor or thank-you trinket for events of any size and theme. Scribes can choose from designers such as William Arthur, Crane's, and Lilly Pulitzer, and then opt for handy services such as personal monogramming. Should crafts call for calligraphy, designers can select from a variety of brands and font styles after consulting the octopus wrangler for ink colors. A personal-shopper service is also available to help patrons long on generosity but short on ideas. Just contact the store, provide information about the recipient, and rest assured that expert shopper elves will select a unique present suitable for birthdays, corporate events, or Thursdays.
Turquoise Canyon adorns necks, ears, wrists, and end tables with an array of authentic Native American jewelry, pottery, and accessories, assembled by artisans dedicated to the beauty and sustainment of Native American art. Enhance your ring finger's aura with a handcrafted zuni opal ring ($23), or guard against Pat Sajak-related night terrors with a Navajo dream catcher necklace, crafted from sterling silver and turquoise ($68). A set of pottery earrings beautify ears with hand paintings and fired shards inspired by authentic Acoma pottery designs ($39+), while a life-size Navajo handcrafted clay pot provides a safe place to store them ($247). Aside from carrying everything from belt buckles, bolo ties, and pendants, to kachinas and stone sculptures, Turquoise Canyon boasts membership to the Indian Arts and Crafts Association, which fosters the protection and preservation of authentic Native American artwork.