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Our favorite hidden shopping haunt in Culver City has scored retail therapy stop. For the past five years, fine jewelry designer Pam Harris has been peddling her globally-minded accoutrements as Lost Bird Designs at local indie shops like Lundeen's and Moondance, and tomorrow, she's finally flying into a space of her own.
Landing just a few blocks from minimalist-cool shop Gramercy York and across the street from furniture retailer Room & Board, the 600-square-foot space will offer the Arizona-bred designer's handmade wares crafted from a mix of "Old Word stones, precious and semi-precious gemstones, [and] 14k gold and sterling silver." Expect to find dainty pink gold earrings, silk tassel necklaces decked out with ancient turquoise, sterling silver necklaces with freshwater pearls and leather accents, layered bracelets made of carnelian and coral, and more boho-inspired accessories ($86 to $924); check out more from her line at her e-shop here.
Lost Bird Designs will be open Tuesday through Saturday from 11am to 6pm and closed Sunday and Monday.
· Lost Bird Designs [Official Site]
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