Behind the Scenes
Tony Peterson describes the Issaquah store, which he manages.
What’s the most unusual thing your store has framed?
A 300 year old silver dagger, which was presented as a wedding gift from the father of the bride to the groom! Beautifully crafted somewhere in eastern Europe originally, the method of etching into the silver is among the oldest known in the region, it now resides in a beautiful silver frame, floating on a background of dark burgundy suede.
If you could describe your store’s vibe in 5 words or less…
Where classic meets contemporary
Your store's favorite album lately:
The beautiful melodies of Jazz and Blues can often be heard in our shop, but we like to keep it fresh from time to time as well.
How your store participates in the arts community:
We previously carried the photography of Issaquah artist Jerry Kaufman, and now we begin a new series with another NW native, Justin Hillgrove’s prints are now available for purchase!