giftshop

giftshop

(ˈɡɪftˌʃɒp)
n
(Commerce) a shop that sells items that are suitable for giving as presents
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30pm / PS13 Comedy / Gein's Family Giftshop If your comedic tastes lean towards the dark and macabre, then Manchester's Gein's Family Giftshop should be right up your street.
says London artist Dotmasters, known for his role in Banksy's film "Exit Through the Giftshop.
All dotcom giftshop These little beauties are perfect for serving mint tea to guests or can be used as tealight holders.
Antiquities Giftshop is continuously sourcing new ancient jewellery and artefacts to make available to its base of customers and also hopes to attract new customers with offers.
Rowayat is available in Diwan, Darb 1718, Bookspot, Bikya, Adam bookstore, CSA giftshop and all three locations of the AUC bookstore.
A Giftshop feature also allows users to purchase items and give them as gifts to other contacts.
Karen Pugh, manager at independent Betws-y-Coed giftshop The Log Cabin Shop, said: "We had a quieter day on Saturday because the weather was quite bad here, but it really picked up on Sunday.
The bilingual catalogue, sponsored by Shell Qatar, will be on sale in the giftshop of the MIA, price QR80.
Local Metis artist Ray Lambert, who designed the Metis Nation logo, showed deer and moose antler and soapstone carvings at Yvonne Jobin's Moonstone Creation Gallery and Giftshop in Inglewood during the Nov.
A hand-written sign offered directions; someone had thoughtfully added a tuberous cock and balls pointing customers the right way, just past the on-track giftshop, doing a fair trade in cigarettes and lottery tickets, but not shifting much else, despite a tempting 40 per cent reduction on anything deemed 'dated merchandise'.
It operates a Poolbar and snack bar plus a giftshop at the 2nd location.
He became an expert woodcarver and carver of signs and wooden jig saw puzzles and sold these in their giftshop.