All things Oregon can be found here. Salmon jerky, Oregon jams, Gourmet Coffee Northwest wines (which are becoming the world's finest), and books from history to humor are on sale. Local artists made many of the handcrafted items. Browse and try a sample of some Oregon cheese. Boxes and bags are available for wrapping if you are getting a gift. Bring a taste of Oregon home with you!
This downtown jeweler has been creating custom designs for more than 25 years. If you are looking for something unique or other designers have shot down your ideas, try here. Have the experts design a handmade, one-of-a-kind wedding set for your special day. Other incredible pieces are available, as well. This establishment also deals in high-grade jewelery, and has a nice collection on display.
No trendsetter would want to miss this downtown store. A combination of haute fashion and knowledgeable clerks will ensure your shopping pleasure. Sale events make the clothing more affordable for all. Design-conscious customers will appreciate such famous labels as DKNY, Ralph Lauren and Nicole Miller. Sleek retro clothing, comfy jeans, lingerie, evening gowns and more are available. This stylish joint also boasts a large collection of home accessories, scarves and silver.
304 Southwest Washington Street Portland, OR 97204
This Downtown Portland/City Center jewelry and precious metals store is the place to go for rock bottom prices. You will find a wealth of exquisite jewelry-from gold lockets to Italian mesh jewelry. Jewelry is only the beginning. This establishment also buys and sells gold, platinum, and silver bars and coins. Ask about custom minting for keepsake medallions. If you love precious metals and fine jewelry, they may now be within your reach.
Flowers make wonderful gifts and are a thoughtful way to share feelings. However, if you want to give something different such as an antique treasure or item for the home, this local florist has it all. With more than 50 years of business experience in Portland, the well-trained staff can help you select the perfect gift. Check out the seasonal decor. Ask about wedding flowers or other special occasional arrangements. Treat yourself to a fresh flower arrangement and brighten your day. You can also order flowers online at their website.
North Waterfront Park & Ankeny Plaza Portland, OR 97209
An Oregon tradition, this open-air market comprised of tents, booths and sidewalk displays stretches from the Burnside Bridge to the Skidmore Fountain. Every batik wall hanging, tie-dyed T-shirt, papier-mache mask, glass sculpture and wooden trinket box is handmade, usually by the person manning the booth. Ask the craftspeople about their work or commission a one-of-a-kind item. Stroll around and watch magicians, listen to music or nosh on a world of food-from falafel to chowders and everything in between. Credit card acceptance varies from vendor to vendor.
Sure, you could order online from this store, but you would miss seeing the largest independent bookstore in the United States. With 1.5 million books in 3,500 different sections, this shop covers a city block and offers new, used, rare and out-of-print books. Open every day of the year, this is the place many Portlanders consider their spiritual home. Many come to browse, get out of the rain, drink coffee in the coffee shop and pontificate. Authors read their works several evenings a week.
A consignment shop located in Southeast Portland, Village Merchants is a perfect stop for those looking for some great deals on clothing, furniture and accessories. Whether you are hunting for a dress or looking for a vintage bookshelf, Village Merchants has everything. And if you are a nifty thrifter then you might actually find a rare treasure among the heaps of trinklets and knick-knacks. And don't forget to browse through through the one dollar clothes bin!
7027 Southeast Milwaukie Avenue Portland, OR 97214
Located in the Westmoreland neighborhood, Stars Antiques Mall brings over 75 dealers of vintage furniture and antiques under one single roof. Since starting out in 1990, this antiques market has remained a favored destination with enthusiasts, decorators and collectors in Portland. The vast collection spans valuable artworks, salvaged items, textiles, silverware, showpieces, furnishings and retro items. Watch out for the clearance sale to score good deals on these rare finds.
From delicate chinaware, paintings, grandfather clocks to rustic pianos, there is nothing you won't find at R Spencer's Antiques Inc. Tucked in a quiet neighborhood next to Sellwood Public House, this antiques and collectibles emporium is a must-stop for every art enthusiast and collector. Every item is original and unique, and comes with a fair price tag; plus someone from the knowledgeable staff will always help you if you are curious about the provenance of any special piece.