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  • Full Name: The Wardrobe
  • Location: Fulford Villiage
  • Phone: 2506539998
  • Expires: 17 days, 18 hours

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  • Item listed by: on October 7, 2017

    Item Description:

    The Wardrobe
    Open Everyday All Winter 10-5:30

    New arrivals Daily

    Largest selection and best prices of Silver and Gemstone Rings, Earrings and Pendants
    100’s to choose from

    Beads and Supplies
    Crystals, Stones and Cabs

    Hats for Men and Women

    Silk, Cotton and Rayon Clothing from India, Thailand and Nepal
    “Sure” T’s and Hoodies

    Leather Backpacks, Messenger Bags, Hipbelts, Purses and Journals
    Felted hangings, animals,scarves, Bags and Wallets
    Scarves and Shawls
    Gifts, Buddhas, Statues, Kama Soap
    Wood, Bone and Horn Earrings and Stretchers
    1000’s of Items

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