American Western Exotic Hardwoods click here to read more American Western Exotic Hardwoods is located at The Something Awesome Gift Shop, six miles South of Bandon at 49044 HWY 101 (the store with the lighthouse facade). Dave Leister runs the wood shop, with the most extensive exotic hardwoods selection along the Oregon Coast for sale: Myrtlewood; Port Orford Cedar; Redwood; Madrone; Oregon Maple and more for sale: lumber; slabs; burls; turning stock; luthier woods and more. Custom orders for: bars; countertops; tables; benches; rails; mantels, etc. Dave's partner, Debbie, runs the Something Awesome store. With exotic regional hardwoods on display, the gift shop also offers: the famous Bandon Myrtlewood (bowls, spoons/forks, platters, etc); handcrafted interior/exterior furnishings; original works of art by local artisans, including woodcarvings by award-winning woodcarvers. Visit the store, call Dave to discuss with your wood questions and order ideas, or click our eBay store link on the website for daily auction listings!
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BeginAgains click here to read more Consignment shop with many items, including clothing from Womens sizes Petite to 3X, Mens clothing, shoes, purses, hats, jewelry, knickknacks, art work, antiques, furniture, and stained glass. Ace is our shop dog and proceeds from our store go to the Coos County Animal Shelter. Our Facebook page is Begin Agains LLC.
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Jailhouse Rocks click here to read more Beautiful jewlery, polished stones & nightlights. Original and one-of-a-kind items for that very special person.
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Lisa Hawthorne Cloisonné Jewelry click here to read more Lisa Hawthorne first became enamored with jewelry-making while taking a Design in Metals class in high school. "I was so excited with my newfound ability to cut and shape metal." Along with casting and setting stones, the challenges and possibilities were endless. With the desire for more color, Hawthorne began incorporating enamels into her jewelry.
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