Archive for December, 2009
The 7th Annual Holiday Sale is in full swing now through Christmas Eve at Anchor Bend Glass Works on Newport’s Franklin Street. In addition to their signature glass Christmas tree (perfect for a hostess gift or that person that has everything), find glass ornaments, original sculpture, tableware, vases, vessels and votives, all hand-blown by artists Michael Richardson, Justin Tarducci and Timothy Underwood.
On Saturday, enjoy complimentary snacks and hot apple cider and find the perfect gift for everyone on your list while feeling great about supporting the
environment and fair trade artisans at Brick Market’s Green Envy Boutique. In addition to holiday sales, there’s an entire rack of women’s clothing marked 50% off, as well as huge discounts on housewares, jewelry and accessories (sale will be effective through Sunday, sans the cider and treats). Every customer who purchases $40 or more will receive a free gift while supplies last, and for all of those customers who can’t make it in person, enjoy 20% off all online orders from www.GreenEnvyShop.com on December 5th and 6th only. Use coupon code GG09 upon checkout.
Looking for some quick sustenance to keep up your energy? Drop by the Barking Crab for $4 well drinks, $3 Pabst Blue Ribbon drafts and a $5 small plates menu available at the bar. Oh- and the Barking Crab offers a 20% Islander
discount to locals living or working on the island.
At Kristina Richards Studio on Washington Square, in between all the fabulous Milly, Shoshanna, Twill 22, T-Bags, Torn, Minnie Rose and more, save 30% off Kendra Scott jewelry at a one day only sample sale from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Finally, Angela Moore is going just added a final 2-day only Sample Sale scheduled fir this Tuesday and Wednesday, December 8th and 9th, at their 1 Corporate Place headquarters in Middletown. Find Angela Moore jewelry, one-of a kind samples, Angela Moore Carly dresses, tunics and sarongs, flip flops and Big Buddha Bags will be marked up to 70% off.
Anchor Bend Glass is located a 16 Franklin Street in Newport. Call (401) 849-0698 or learn more http://www.anchorbendglass.com
Kristina Richards Studio is located at Washington Square at 13 Touro Street. Call (401) 848-5284 or learn more http://www.kristinarichardsstudio.com
The Barking Crab is located at 151 Swinburne Row in Brick Market Place, Newport. Call (401) 846-CRAB (2722) or learn more http://www.barkingcrab.com
Green Envy Eco-Boutique is located at 223 Goddard Row in Brick Market Place, Newport. Call (401) 619-1993 or shop online at http://www.greenenvyshop.com
Angela Moore’s sale is at their corporate headquarters at 1 Corporate Place in Middletown. Call (877) 418-4338 for information or visit http://www.angelamoore.com to learn more about brand.
The Stylephile has posted about the Potter League’s blingtastic offerings from stylish jewelry line Sequin, here. This Friday, noble the animal rescue league is hosting an exclusive Preview Party so fans can purchase with a purpose. All proceeds from the colorful bracelets, necklaces, earrings and more, marked at 50% to 80% off retail prices (by retail, we mean Nordstrom, Henri Bendelm etc., purveyors of the good stuff) will benefit the Potter League’s Capital Campaign for their newly opened, LEED-certified building and the homeless animals it shelters. A $25 donation is requested at the door and you should RSVP to Laura at (401) 846-0592 or via email@example.com.
On Dec. 10th, the organization is hosting a Girls Night Out with free admission from 6 p.m. to 8 pm. with games, gifts and refreshments.
Regular Critter Glitter sale days are Dec. 5-8 and 10-13.
The Potter League is located at 87 Oliphant Lane in Middletown. You can contact the organization at (401)846-8276 or www.potterleague.org
Featuring Newport’s widest and most unique ethnic international folk art collection is found at Mary Street’s Cadeaux du Monde, Newport’s only certified green gallery.
A brightly hued Victorian housing inculturated crèches,angels, oriental carpets, textiles, baskets, jewelry, furniture, musical instruments and fairly traded folk art operated by the Dyer family for more than 20 years, the gallery shop is a hidden gem in in the City-by-the-Sea. Now through Friday, Cadeaux is hosting a Mystery Discount Sale, with markdowns up to 50% off. Throughout December, you’ll find special weekly sales that you can take advantage of daily 10 a.m. ’til 6 p.m. and by appointment.
Visit Cadeaux du Monde at 26 Mary Street, Newport, RI 401-848-0550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s December 1, and Christmas in Newport comes alive at tonight’s tree lighting in Washington Square. This is a time of tradition, and for many Newport retailers and artisnas, tradition takes center stage this season.
Since 1972, Newport silversmith Jim Breakell has been creating one of a kind jewelry pieces. His Spring Street shop, J.H. Breakell, is the kind that offers personal service and recognizes a familiar face.
The shop has annually fashioned a holiday snowflake design in the form of a necklaces, pins and dangling earrings. The 2009 Snowflake represents the 16th unique snowflake design. Inspired by the Poinsettia, synonymous with the holiday season for centuries (December 12th is National Poinsettia Day!) the plant was introduced to the U.S in 1828 by Joel Roberts Poinsett, a botanist, statesman and the first U.S. Ambassador to Mexico; hence the name.
“We make a limited number of snowflakes each year, then literally break the mold. We sell them until our inventory gets too low, then, just like real snowflakes, we melt the rest,” says Breakell.
J.H. Breakell is located at 132 Spring Street in Newport. Learn more by visiting http://www.breakell.com.