There is noThing quiTe like escaping To a scenic place like Bermuda To unleash Your inner shopper. Bermuda may be a small island, but its 21 square miles are home to a variety of stores and retail spaces, from picturesque street markets to upscale boutiques and specialty shops where visitors can find the latest designer fashion, rare island treasures and unique works of art — sometimes all along the very same street! The gentle breeze, the warm people, the intensely hued cocktails — these elements of a relaxing vacation beckon us to take life a little slower. And so, without having to stress over traffic, fight over parking spaces or rush through crowds, barely glancing at store windows and displays, we finally find ourselves at liberty to take our time. We can simply stroll around a historic square and truly admire the colours, feel the fabrics and marvel at the craftsmanship of the fashion, the local art, the handmade jewellery and those one-of-a-kind collectibles that will be often accompanied by the signature and life story of the artist. Before we know it, it is imperative that we bring a piece (or pieces) of paradise home with us. Whilst strolling through Hamilton, the historic Town of St. George and the bustling Royal Naval Dockyard, travellers experience nothing short of pure retail bliss. And whilst the scenic journey to these spots may be a treat all in itself, sometimes the only commute required is a short ride in an elevator from your own hotel room, as many fine stores are also located inside major hotels and resorts throughout Bermuda. LocaL SouvenirS These islands have always attracted shoppers. Visitors eagerly look for top-shelf liquors, fine cigars and duty-free luxury goods; most bargain hunters are on the lookout for deals on known designer products or precious jewels at significantly discounted prices — often lower than in the United States! There is also notable interest and demand for products and artwork produced by local artisans who value craftsmanship and tradition. Bermudian crafts are booming now as a result of shoppers who come seeking an air of regional relevance and local authenticity, as well as that personal touch that will add sentimental value to their purchase. Masterful works of pottery, ceramics, intricate blown glass and curious figurines are popular, and bona fide Bermudian cedar is often sought in fashion accessories, home accents and locally manufactured furniture pieces that can be shipped home. Whether you wish to fill that bland empty shelf or decorate an entire room, you can’t go wrong with that warm and alluring Bermuda style. You can expect boutiques on the island to carry handcrafted accents as well as Danish flatware, Wedgwood Plates and Villeroy & Boch tableware; Waterford, Swarovski, Lalique and Baccarat crystal; and Lladró and Hummel collectibles. Deluxe Touch Whilst designer perfumes and cosmetics take centre stage at many of Bermuda’s department stores, local flowers and island spices are often coveted for locally crafted oils, natural skincare and spa products, and fragrances. Lilies, oleanders, jasmine, sweet peas, passionflowers and cedar are amongst Bermuda’s most exquisite scents. Looking for stunning jewellery and statement timepieces? Bermuda’s generous offering of gold, silver and fine jewels, such as Tahitian pearls and Australian opals, make it a premier destination for treasure seekers. Yet there’s also been a surge in demand for uniquely Bermudian pieces that often incorporate treasures from the sea: colourful shells, iridescent mother-of-pearl, polished sea glass and even ancient artefacts salvaged from centuries-old wrecks. From Spain to England... staying true to Bermuda’s European roots, there is no better place to find exquisite imported textiles. Look for British fabrics, as well as fine Irish linens and Icelandic woollen goods, at lower prices than in the United States or Europe, since the best part of shopping here is that there is no sales tax. And for the adventurous foodies seeking a true taste of paradise, native treats such as sweet local honey, sherry-pepper condiments, jams, marmalades and Bermuda rum cakes are a must. A uniquely Bermudian souvenir is a bottle of Gosling’s Black Seal, Bermuda’s signature rum. Add it to Barritts Ginger Beer for a traditional (and delicious) Dark ’n’ Stormy cocktail. CulTural TreaTs When it comes to art, landscape paintings, sculptures, crafts, print and photography are true testaments to the island’s cultural boom and are considered some of the hottest buys. Bermuda SHOPS eNtIce vISItOrS wItH wOrld-claSS mercHaNdISe. Bermuda has been able to strike a balance between internationally known names, such as Winslow Homer and Georgia O’Keeffe, and local superstars like Jo Linberg and Katherine Harriott. Its thriving arts community has created a bustling scene that attracts discerning shoppers, dealers and collectors. For a taste of the best, head to St. George’s, Hamilton and Royal Naval Dockyard and look for galleries and workshops showcasing Bermudian paintings, sculptures and fine arts. Another way to immerse in a more Bermudian state of mind is to visit the island’s many bookstores. Far more than just good beach reading, you will find an extensive selection of international best-sellers along with beautiful and enriching tomes detailing the history, traditions, culture and architecture of this fascinating island. The allure of world-class merchandise is one thing, but Bermuda also entices shoppers with its visually pleasing retail spaces and Markets. It is difficult to resist spending an entire afternoon admiring the exquisite shopping window displays amongst the notable architectural landmarks and historic buildings. Generally, store hours in Hamilton are Monday to Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. In Royal Naval Dockyard on the West End, the Clocktower Mall is open seven days a week. No matter what treasure you seek, you are sure to find it in Bermuda’s many charming shops. So get out there and take home a piece of paradise! A.S. Cooper & Sons Ltd. Main Store, 59 Front St., Hamilton (Ground: Cosmetics & Fragrances, Fine Jewellery & Gifts. Second Floor: Studio.) A.S. Cooper CHILDREN, 27 Front St., Hamilton A.S. Cooper EXPRESS, Washington Mall, 12 Reid St., Hamilton A.S. Cooper HARBOURSIDE, Pier 6, 24 Front St., Hamilton A.S. Cooper MAN, 29 Front St., Hamilton Tel: 295-3961 Clocktower Mall, Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 234-4156 Somers Wharf, St. George’s Tel: 297-0925 E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org Website: ascooper.bm A. S. Cooper & Sons Ltd. Has been the premier store for fine crystal, dinnerware, figurines and gifts since 1897. In the new main building on the ground floor at Front Street in Hamilton, find Cosmetics & Fragrances with duty-free perfume and popular lines of Estée Lauder, Clinique, Bobbi Brown, Lancôme, Clarins and more. Fine Jewellery features diamonds and precious and semiprecious stones in gold and silver. Gifts & Collectibles carries Lladró, Waterford, Wedgwood, Swarovski and Belleek. The second floor has fashions and accessories for missy, and on the third floor, Studio presents fashions and accessories from Lauren, Anne Klein, Michael Kors, DKNY Jeans, Calvin Klein, Jones New York and more — at U.S. prices. A. S. Cooper Man, opposite the Ferry Terminal, is the islands’ largest men’s store, featuring Polo Ralph Lauren, Helly Hansen, DKNY, Calvin Klein, Nautica, Perry Ellis, Lacoste and IZOD — at U.S. prices. Next door is A.S. Cooper Children for outfits from newborn to age 14. A. S. Cooper Harbourside, at Pier 6, has fragrances at duty-free prices, bed and bath items, sportswear and intimate apparel for the fuller figure, plus accessories and costume jewellery. A.S. Cooper Express, in Washington Mall on Reid Street, sets the trend in fashion and accessories for juniors. Astwood Dickinson Jewellers Main Store: 83–85 Front St., Hamilton Branch Jewellery Boutique: Walker Arcade, Front Street, Hamilton Tel: 292-5805 E-mail: email@example.com Website: astwooddickinson.com Astwood Dickinson has an outstanding reputation for bringing the world’s finest jewellery and watches to Bermuda. Tiffany & Co., Hearts on Fire, Chimento, Baccarat and Belle Étoile are all available at U.S. prices with the bonus of no sales tax! Also available is the original Bermuda Collection, designed and manufactured onsite by master goldsmiths. The first of its kind in Bermuda, it features aspects of the islands’ culture and traditions in stunning 18 kt yellow or white gold. Designers also offer the limited Signature Collection in 18 kt gold, as well as a jewellery repair and design centre. Available exclusively at Astwood Dickinson are some of the world’s finest timepieces — Patek Philippe, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Cartier and Omega — all at or below U.S. list prices. The shop carries TAG Heuer, TechnoMarine, Gucci, Tissot, Fossil and DKNY watches. Astwood Dickinson Jewellery Boutique carries the Bermuda and Signature collections, many items in sterling silver as well as 18 kt gold. Charms, pearls, chains, silver and a huge assortment of semiprecious stone designs are found there too. The watches of Tissot, Fossil and DKNY mean a boutique brimming with bold and colourful options for every budget. Auction De Mitra The Stables 91 Reid St. Ext., Hamilton Tel: 292-5354 / 705-3738 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: auctiondemitra.com Since 2004, Auction De Mitra has developed a well-earned reputation for offering a wide variety of quality furnishings, all at affordable prices. They have a selection of beautiful hand-knotted Persian rugs, unique Bermuda cedar items, antiques, art and artefacts, office furniture, white goods, living, bedroom and dining furniture, and accessories. You will find the selection and service you demand at a price you deserve. It is easy to see why Auction De Mitra has something for everyone — and all at the most reasonable prices. Delivery always available. Bermuda Beauty Crafts / BBC’s Sun Shop 6B Penno’s Drive, St. George’s Tel: 297-1605 Nestled in St. George’s is Bermuda Beauty Crafts, a treasure trove of items for everyone by local artists, artisans and the like. BBC’s Sun Shop offers UV-protection clothing, hats and accessories for those wanting superior protection by such brands as Tilley Endurables, Coolibar and Panama straw hats. Bermuda Blue & Bermuda Breeze Perfumes Available at: Gibbons Company, 21 Reid St., Hamilton Website: gibbons.bm Peniston Brown, 6 Water St., St. George’s The Perfume Shop, Clocktower Mall, Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Carole Holding, Front Street, Hamilton & Clocktower Mall, Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Brown & Co., 35 Front St., Hamilton A.S. Cooper, 59 Front St., Hamilton, branch and hotel stores Website: ascooper.bm Bermuda Blue and Bermuda Breeze fragrances embrace much that is uniquely Bermuda. Bermuda Blue captures jasmine and citrus in the air with a nuance of crisp sea spray. Bermuda Breeze hints more of wild berries and mandarin with a touch of vanilla, creating a lovely fruity floral. Packaging reflects the brilliant blues and greens of our local water, the immense blue sky, amidst a pink sandy beach, capturing the essence of this beautiful island paradise. Take home a piece of Bermuda — Take home Bermuda Blue and Bermuda Breeze. Bermuda Linens & Gifts 16 Water St., Somers Wharf, St. George’s Tel: 296-0189 E-mail:email@example.com Website: bermudalinens.com Bermuda Linens & Gifts offers a fine selection of linens, home décor, fashions and affordable gifts. Handembroidered linens include hankies, guest towels, doilies and tablecloths. There are Tag and Kay Dee Kitchen. Personal favourites include jewellery holders, business card and cosmetic cases, lipstick and handbag holders. Upscale costume jewellery and Swarovski hair jewellery, resort wear, summer hats and totes, and Mud Pie Baby complete this Little Shop with Big Ideas. The Bermuda Perfumery Stewart Hall 5 Queen St., St. George’s Tel: 293-0627 / 1-800-527-8213 (toll-free in U.S. / Canada) E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: lilibermuda.com The Bermuda Perfumery welcomes visitors to its location in St. George’s. Since 1928, The Perfumery creates and blends fine fragrances for women and men under the brand Lili Bermuda. Come for a unique olfactory experience and to discover how perfumers create fragrances. During the summer of 2012, Lili Bermuda will enchant you with its new fragrances and complementary bath line. Lili Bermuda’s line of unique fragrances is the perfect gift for yourself and your loved ones. Lili Bermuda’s fragrances are exclusively available in Bermuda.They are open Monday to Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in summer, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the winter. Bermuda Philatelic Bureau Bermuda Post Office, 56 Church St., Hamilton Tel: 297-7865 E-mail: email@example.com Website: gov.bm Other philatelic agencies and bureaus function as separate businesses apart from local postal services, whereas the Bermuda Philatelic Bureau is a department of the Bermuda Post Office. The primary function of the bureau has been to provide sufficient stamps for the general use of the post. It has always been the BPB’s endeavour to keep in mind the philatelic collector and stamp enthusiast to ensure that stamps produced will be appealing and interesting. Issues for 2012 include the Diamond Jubilee (February 6) , 200th Anniversary Postal Service (March 9), 25th Anniversary Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art (July 12), 400th Anniversary St. Peter’s Church (October 18) and Presentation Pack (November 8). The Bermuda Rum Cake Bakery Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 234-4216 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: bermudarumcakes.com At the Bermuda Rum Cake Bakery, you can enjoy an authentic taste of the islands with Traditional Rum Cakes baked in the Cakery, a microbakery custom-designed for this Bermudian indulgence. All seven flavours are available daily to sample. It is believed that the forerunner of the rum cake may have been sailor’s hard-tack sea biscuits with a regulation tot of black rum. The Bermuda Rum Cake Bakery’s rum cakes are made exclusively with Gosling’s Black Seal, the Bermuda rum. Take home a mouth-watering, duty-free cake, available in a variety of flavours, including Traditional Black Rum, Rum and Ginger, Rum Swizzle, Banana Rum, Coconut Rum, Rich Dark Chocolate Rum, and Black Rum fruit cake. The bakery opens daily 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and until 9 p.m. when ships are docked. The Bermuda Triangle Shop Clocktower Mall, Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 234-0837 The Bermuda Triangle Shop is full of treasures and is the most eclectic shop in the mall, packed with interesting items. Most of the products are Bermuda-inspired and unique designs not to be found outside of the island. Merchandise includes island summer clothing; a large selection of costume jewellery, many pieces made with shells; hand-painted wood carvings like boxes, tropical fish, doorstops and magnets, many with the signature pink Bermuda cottage design; candles; wind chimes; sterling silver; Bermuda Christmas ornaments; plus T-shirts for the whole family. There are gifts for any price range. Step inside and get lost! Step inside and get lost! The Birdsey Studio 5 Stowe Hill, Paget Tel: 236-6658 E-mail: email@example.com Jo Birdsey Linberg, daughter of Bermuda’s first modern artist, Alfred Birdsey, painted for many years with her father at the Birdsey Studio before his death in 1996. Today she continues the family tradition. Created predominately in watercolour, her impressionistic landscapes, figurative paintings and whimsical animals reflect her mentor’s artistic legacy through simple lines and Oriental-inspired brushwork, but they also establish Jo’s own artistic niche and creative stamp. Her watercolours have been exhibited in Bermuda and overseas, whilst collected and commissioned internationally. Jo’s paintings reflect her love of life and Bermuda. Her father’s spirit is alive and well in her Humour, hospitality and creative energy. The Birdsey Studio, in the back garden of the family home, remains a special place for many, with its tranquil natural setting and rather unusual appearance. Studio hours are 10:30 a.m. to 1 p. m. weekdays. Appointments are recommended. Brown & Co. 3 Reid St., Hamilton Tel: 279-5442 (Hallmark) / 279- 5443 (Bookmart) / 279-5462 Birdcage Café) 35 Front St., Hamilton Tel: 279-5524 Website: phoenixstores.com Brown & Co., with more than 7,500 square feet of floor space, is the island’s most comprehensive department store. Located in the heart of Hamilton, the stores are stocked with everything you need for yourself, friends, family and home, featuring tourist-oriented gifts, greeting cards, books from local and internationally acclaimed authors, perfumes and fragrances from top designers, home décor from around the world, fashion jewellery, and so much more. Nestled at the back, the stores’ book department is a beautifully designed café offering gourmet coffees, snacks, desserts and sandwiches. Visit Brown & Co. Monday to Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p. m., and Sunday, 1 to 5 p.m. Caesar’s Health Store Clocktower Mall Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 234-3728 Caesar’s Health Store offers a wide selection of souvenirs and T-shirts, that’s a “must” to take home to family and friends — all at reasonable prices. You cannot leave without island teas, spices and sauces. They also offer a range of health, beauty and toiletry supplies for personal care as well as a selection of non-prescription medications. Other essentials like suntan lotion, snorkel and beach equipment are also carried. Why not take home a “Bermuda Windbreaker” — great for those breezy days. Of course, they have drinks, snacks, locally made cookies and coconut cakes, and English chocolate bars. They look forward to welcoming you to Caesar’s Health Store. Chatham House 63 Front St., Hamilton Tel: 292-8422 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org At Chatham House, on Front Street across from the flagpole, you are sure to find something for everyone at prices below those you would pay back home. Chatham House is the authorised distributor of Habanos, and there is a wide selection of gifts for the smoker, including English Briar pipes,Turkish Meerschaum pipes and a splendid array of Havana cigars, including brands such as Punch, Partagas, Romeo y Julieta, Montecristo, Bolivar, Cohiba and H. Upmann. The shop opens Monday to Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Churchill’s 27 York Street, St. George Tel: 297-1650 E-mail: email@example.com Website: bermudawines.com When visiting the Town of St. George, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, don’t miss the aptly named Churchill’s for your wines, spirits and cigars. With the only walk-in humidor on the island, this is the place to stop for your Cuban cigars, fine wines, cold beer and sodas. Winston Churchill said, “I am easily satisfied with the very best,” and now you can be too. They offer the finest selection of cigars, fine wines, over 250 references, gifts such as cigar cases and cutters, lighters, glasses, decanters, wine openers, and the Clef-du-Vin, the wineaging tool. Crisson Jewellers 16 Queen St., Hamilton 55 and 71 Front St., Hamilton Tel: 295-2351 Clocktower Mall, Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 234-2223 Water St., St. George’s Tel: 297-0107 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: crisson.com Crisson Jewellers embodies Bermuda’s finest and most cherished traditions. A family business since 1922, the Crisson name is synonymous with quality and value. The fabulous array of jewellery and watches reflects the style, sophistication and taste of their discerning customers. When you explore the exciting collections, they are sure you will agree that a visit to Crisson is the crowning moment of your Bermuda shopping experience. Along with the wonderfully eclectic collection of hand-selected pieces from all parts of the world, Crisson is Bermuda’s exclusive source for famous designers, including David Yurman, Roberto Coin, Marco Bicego, John Hardy, Charriol, Kabana, Pandora, Larimar and Rebecca. As for diamonds of distinction, Crisson has Bermuda’s largest collection of spectacular cuts from Cento and A. Jaffe. When it comes to timepieces, Crisson is definitely the place! Crisson is the officially authorised Rolex retailer in Bermuda. Find TAG Heuer, Ebel, Raymond Weil, Movado, Tudor, Philip Stein, Christian Dior and Fendi. The collection is rounded out with Seiko, Swiss Army, Citizen, Casio, Luminox, Fruitz, Toy Watch and Guess. Crisson has two main stores on Front Street in Hamilton, with another on Queen Street. There is another store in St. George’s and one in Clocktower Mall at Royal Naval Dockyard. If you are staying in one of Bermuda’s major hotels, you will find a Crisson store there as well. Each of these boutiques features pieces selected from the collections in Hamilton. The shopping experience is relaxed and intimate, and the quality, value and prices are the same whichever store you visit. Cuarenta Bucaneros Limited The Continental Building, 25 Church St., Hamilton Tel: 295-4523 E-mail: email@example.com Website: cigarbox.bm Cuarenta Bucaneros Limited is licensed by the Cuban government to sell premium, handmade Cuban cigars. They will deliver to your hotel, guest house or office in Bermuda, or ship your cigars overseas. Montecristo, Romeo y Julieta, Trinidad, Cohiba, Partagas and Hoyo de Monterrey are a few of the famous cigars on offer. Cuarenta Bucaneros is a recognised vendor by Cigar Aficionado. Dockyard Glassworks 1 Maritime Lane, Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 234-4216 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: dockglass.com Experience Bermuda’s true hot spot. Glass is like light on the move. Molten at 2,074 degrees, it captures the colours of gemstones, elements and minerals and fuses them forever in glass art originals. Watch Dockyard Glassworks’ artists as they create with their unique visions. Visitors may sit in the studio’s armchair theatre whilst flame-work artists, lamp workers and bead makers are at work. Buy pieces right off the iron. Most popular are the many collectibles reflecting Bermudian life, including the whistling tree frog, honeymoon hogs, multicoloured angelfish and local birds. The glassworks opens daily, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., until 9 p.m. when ships are docked. Dockyard Linens & Gifts Clocktower Mall, Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 234-0341 E-mail: email@example.com Dockyard Linens & Gifts is the place to shop when you are looking for elegant — but not too expensive — gifts to remind you of Bermuda. Their fine collection of Bermuda tea towels, bun warmers, tablecloths and place mats, as well as novelties and accessories, makes excellent gifts for any special occasion. Fair Trade Bermuda Shop Clocktower Mall, Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 232-7781 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org The Fair Trade Bermuda Shop, where “trade is aid,” is the place to find exotic, oneof- a-kind items from Bermuda and around the world, including arts and crafts, instruments, Asian eccentricities, clothes and household furniture. Enjoy this old-style shopping experience in the Clocktower Mall where owners Boyd and Muna Vallis work to serve you. As they say, “We are in sales, not storage, so everything is priced to sell.” There is something for everyone in this most interesting of shops. Frangipani 13 Water St., St. George’s Tel: 297-1357 E-mail: email@example.com Wander up Water Street in the 400-year-old Town of St. George and find the lively shop Frangipani. From the cheerful batik sundress in the window to the dramatic wall of jewellery inside, you will be delighted at the eclectic range of beautiful and elegant clothing, shoes, bags and gifts found within. Whether you’re stepping off a cruise or relaxing at a resort, be sure to take the time to visit, as they’re open Every day from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p. m. during season, and Saturdays and Sundays in the winter. The Gourmet Boutique & Galler Chocolatier 10 Queen St., Suite 303, Hamilton Tel: 295-5433 / 278-3815/ 296-9425 (Corporate) E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website:the-gourmet-boutique.com A great source of pleasure is variety. At the Gourmet Boutique & Galler Chocolatier you can be sure the products will thrill and excite. Located on the corner of Reid and Queen streets, this unique Bermuda shop has the best products from well-established producers of fine foods. It caters to corporate clients with a range of gift baskets and other items, as well as cocktail receptions and parties — whatever the occasion! HERA Boutique The Old Cellar Lane Walker Arcade 47 Front St., Hamilton Tel: 232-4372 HERA Boutique is the place to shop for quality clothing with a difference. You will be delighted with the selections. European collections include Betty Barclay of Germany, Joyce Ridings of U. K., and hand-made designs by L. Venturini of Florence, as well as Italian knitwear, trousers and a small selection of leather handbags. Plus, lovely cotton shirts from Portugal. North American lines include Elliot Lauren, Amy Matto, Paperwhite, J’Envie and A Nue Ligne, which are proudly made in the U.S.A. Beautiful, locally crafted jewellery is available, too. It is well worth a visit to HERA Boutique! The Island Shop 3 Queen St., Hamilton Tel: 292-5292 Somers Wharf, St. George’s Tel: 297-1514 Fairmont Southampton, Southampton Tel: 238-5999 E-mail: email@example.com Website: islandexports.com The Island Shop is a mustvisit for unique ceramic and linen products, all designed by Barbara Finsness. Resident and visitor comments include, “finally a beautiful shop to buy our gifts” and “I want to buy everything in your store.” Barbara’s designs are colourful and tropical, reflecting the best and lasting images of Bermuda. Each item is specially made and labelled with her signature. The Island Shop won Best of Giftware in The Bermudian magazine. New designs are continuously added to the collection. Original art and prints are available at the Hamilton and Southampton locations. Kiddie Collections 44 Reid St., 2nd Floor, Hamilton Tel: 296-8097 Website: perryfootwear.com Your feet are stylish, so why not let your kid’s be also? Kiddie Collections has fashionforward, yet practical and wearable, shoes for your little kiddies to don. With designer footwear from brands like Lacoste, Kickers, and Juicy Couture, not to mention all at U. S. prices, what’s not to love? Stop by and gear your child’s feet up for whatever the cuttingedge fashion trend is at the time. Your itty bitty, teeny-weeny fashionista will adore and thank you for it! The Littlest Drawbridge Gift Shop Clocktower Mall, Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 234-6214 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website:littlestdrawbridge.free.bm The Littlest Drawbridge Gift Shop is packed with unique handmade gifts from Bermuda featuring the aromatic Bermuda cedar treasures, including boxes, pens, goblets, vases and bowls, as well as sachets, cedar essential oils and incense cones. In addition, you will find authentic Bermuda bags with cedar handles, jewellery, Cuban cigars and Royal Naval Dockyard souvenirs. Orchid Clocktower Mall Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 234-0285 Orchid has a great selection of ladies’ apparel, footwear and fashion jewellery. If you are looking for something nice and unique at a reasonable price, we are your store. We have great gifts for you to take back home. Treat yourself to something special. Perry Collections 2 Reid St., Hamilton Tel: 296-0014 Website: perryfootwear.com Perry Collections is a hidden treasure chest for shoe, handbag and accessory addicts! Located at the bottom of Reid Street, across from Par-la-Ville Park, passersby are bound to find something fashion-aggressive to obsess over. Equipped with internationally renowned designer and name-brand merchandise, Perry Collections also houses an exclusive Stuart Weitzman in-store boutique. From high fashion to affordable flair, the fashionista is bound to Discover a trendy find, and all for tax-exempt U.S. prices! Perry Footwear 44 Reid St., Hamilton Tel: 296-8097 Website: perryfootwear.com Perry Footwear is located at the top of Reid Street, to the left of Butterfield Bank. It houses internationally renowned designer and name-brand footwear and accessories, and a touch of readyto- wear for men. Labels include Donald J Pliner, Aeronautica Militare, Guess and Lacoste. At Perry Footwear all prices are taxexempt and U.S.-price guaranteed. For the fashion-forward man, or the man in your life, stop by. You’ll be glad you did! Phoenix Stores Ltd. Phoenix Centre, 3 Reid St., Hamilton Tel: 279-5451 Collectors Hill Apot hecary South Road, Smith’s Tel: 279-5513 Paget Pharmacy Rural Hill Plaza, Paget Tel: 279-5511 Clarendon Pharmacy 2 Church St., Hamilton Tel: 279-5444 Woodbourne Chemist Gorham Road, Hamilton Tel: 295-2663 Dockyard Pharmacy Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 279-5410 Website: phoenixstores.bm With six full-service pharmacies, Phoenix Stores have been caring for customers and assisting with their health care needs for more than 100 years. Should you need answers to health-related questions whilst you are on vacation, come into one of the pharmacies and speak to a Phoenix pharmacist. The professional team is always ready with a friendly word to support you and your family’s good health. Emergency prescriptions are dispensed while you wait, and each store carries an extensive range of over-the-counter medications. All stores stock local and foreign newspapers, magazines and phone cards, so you can keep in touch with friends, family and world events whilst vacationing. Each store also carries a comprehensive range of health and beauty products, a medley of toiletries and chocolates imported from the U. K., together with cosmetics, first-aid supplies and postcards, etc. See the ad for locations. All stores are open six days a week; three stores are also open Sundays and holidays. Picturesque Gallery 129 Front St. East, Hamilton Tel: 292-1452 Also available at the Picturesque outpost at A.S. Cooper’s Main Store, 59 Front Street, Hamilton Tel: 295-3961 E-mail:email@example.com Website: picturesquebermuda.com The Picturesque Gallery showcases Bermudian photographer Roland Skinner’s best work spanning a fifty-year career. Roland’s images of Bermuda truly capture the unique colours and contours of the island, its flamboyant sunsets, lush floral landscapes, and sweeping aerial views. Archival colour prints in various sizes are available from the gallery along with two best selling books and a number of unique gift items featuring Roland’s images. Seaglass Studio 2 Long House, Penno’s Drive, St. George’s Tel: 297-4819 Website: bermudaseaglassbykelly.com Beachcomber Kelly Diel has a treasure trove of unique handcrafted gifts in the heart of St. George’s. Seaglass Studio is where Kelly creates one-ofa- kind jewellery and ornaments from seaglass found on the local beaches. You can see the rarest colours of seaglass in orange, red and yellow. She also uses driftwood, sea pottery and other sea debris to create decorative signs, mirrors and ornamental sculptures. Visit her at her studio where you can find that special, unique gift to take home. Somers Wharf Shopping and Dining Complex 14 Water St., St. George’s Tel: 296-6185 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: somerswharf.com The Somers Wharf Shopping and Dining Complex, created in 1978 by developing the historic St. George’s waterfront, sits on land reclaimed from St. George’s Harbour. Buildings in Somers Wharf — including the rugged Coal Shed, the long, pink Longhouse, and the newly restored, blue Hunter — were built in the late 1700s. Today Somers Wharf is situated ideally in the middle of St. George’s, within easy walking distance of bus, ferry and cruise ship terminals, idyllically on the harbour-front. A vast selection of Apparel can be found in the shops and boutiques along the wharf, as well as treasures like fine crystal, artists’ collections, fine linens and gifts, knitting and craft supplies and Bermudian crafts and souvenirs. A dockside pub and fine dining restaurant will satisfy hunger and thirst. Vera P. Card 7 and 20 Water St., St. George’s Tel: 297-1718 / 295-1729 E-mail: email@example.com Located at 7 and 20 Water St. in St. George’s, Vera P. Card offers jewellery, watches, figurines, crystal, clocks and gifts from around the world at dutyfree prices. Selections are varied, and prices are guaranteed to offer savings over stores in the United States. Jewellery is “valueguaranteed” against an appraisal of your choice. Vera P. Card features the largest collection of Lladró, M.I. Hummel and Naoby- Lladró in the Caribbean, along with the complete Swarovski silver-crystal collection. The shop also has a wide collection of fine crystal and glass. The jewellery collection emphasises unusual, high-value stones, as well as exceptional workmanship in gold and sterling silver. There is also a wide collection of beautiful gemstone globes, which are shipped free to North America. Walker Christopher Goldsmith’s 9 Front St., Hamilton Tel: 295-1466 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Website: walkerchristopher.com Bermuda’s best for fine jewellery, Walker Christopher is the store to visit if you are looking for something unique. From fancy coloured diamond bands and strands of South Sea pearls to more contemporary designs, the workshop specialises in crafting one-of-a-kind pieces. Walker Christopher also showcases an excellent collection of authentic coins: gold doubloons and silver pieces of eight salvaged from sunken galleons, as well as Greek and Roman coins dating from 350 B. C., are mounted in pendants, earrings and cufflinks. Museumquality Egyptian artefacts have been transformed into wearable art. The workshop produces its own line of Bermuda-inspired jewellery and sterling silver Christmas ornaments, and some antique and art-nouveau jewels are shown. The shop opens Monday to Saturday, 9 a. m. to 5 p.m.
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