My haven away from home.
I've been shopping at Faru for over 5 years. I am very good friends with the owner as well with the employees. Her jewelry is just absolutely beautiful as well as th pottery and other exotic items she has for sale. I mainly buy my jewelry from her because I trust she has one of the best stores around. You could get lost in all the items for hours if you just take the time to just look around, there is always a treasure waiting to be discovered and owned.
Import goodies and unique gifts for the budget-conscious.. The Scene If you miss Coyote's Paw (formerly across the street, now on the web), stop in. Though the inventory isn't as exotic, neither are the prices. The fascinating display of goods in the front windows is enticing, and the pleasant jumble of stuff inside, reminiscent of a rather orderly bazaar, is satisfying to stroll through. The store most often smells of incense or candles, and the staff is friendly but not pushy. Want something pulled out from the jewelry cases? Not a problem, even for browsers.
The Goods Most of the inventory is imported, from rugs to sarongs to masks. You'll also find candles, glassware, Japanese tea sets, baskets, boxes, loose and drapey skirts and shirts, fabulous earrings and bracelets.