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Spring Sale

Have you been eyeing something in our shop? A selection of unique accessories for women, men, and the home are on sale up to 70% off.

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Cherry Blossoms in Felt

Handmade in Nepal, these limited-edition felt flowers are always in bloom ($16 each).

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Textiles Asia

The January issue of this specialty journal includes articles on the Year of the Rat, an important private collection of Indian textiles, and the Los Angeles Museum of Art’s 2019 exhibition of Central Asian ikats ($15).

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Everyday Offerings of Love

Flip through this one-of-a-kind book and find dozens of charming illustrations and messages of love ($15).

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LiaMolly Shawl

Based in the Catskill Mountains in upstate New York, this family-operated sweater studio produces timeless, soft knits that are prefect for a winter snuggle. This cozy shawl is machine washable and woven from 100% Egyptian cotton ($110).

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Ikat Frame

Display your favorite memories in this elegant frame carved from ethically sourced bone and printed with an ikat-inspired pattern ($32). The frame is sized to fit a 4 x 6 inch photo and features sturdy iron latches to keep it in place.

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"We the Produce" Ornament

Made locally, this cheerful ornament is the perfect addition to any D.C. foodie’s kitchen or holiday décor ($15). 

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"Woven Interiors" Catalogue

Pick up a copy of this gorgeous limited-edition exhibition catalogue for Woven Interiors: Furnishing Early Medieval Egypt (softcover, $55).

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Silk and Cashmere Shawls

Made by R. Nemo Hill and Julio M. Perea in their Long Island studio, these soft silk and cashmere shawls are dyed with indigo and other natural dyes ($150).

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Cotton Market Bags

These compact cotton bags come in a variety of bright jewel tones and are perfect for a trip to the farmer’s market ($8).

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Tote Bags from Oaxaca

These gorgeous totes are hand-dyed and woven by artisans in Oaxaca, Mexico, using premium wool and genuine leather ($175). 

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"Waste Not"

Shrink-wrapped produce, disposable coffee cups, fast fashion—we are surrounded by things that we use once and then throw away. In this guide, Australian eco-blogger Erin Rhoads shares tips and tricks from her own funny, inspiring—and far from perfect—journey to living with less waste ($24.99).

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Tea Set

Celebrate National Tea Day on Sunday, April 21, with a special sale on cups, mugs, and tea sets. 

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Norman Rockwell Puzzles

Planning a spring-staycation? Pick up one of these macro-piece puzzles illustrating Norman Rockwell’s Golden Rule painting while supplies last ($12 on sale). 

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"Art Before Breakfast: The Workbook"

Based on his bestselling book, Art Before Breakfast, this guided workbook by author and artist Danny Gregory is packed with short creative exercises, instructions, and inspiration that will integrate art into your life, no matter how busy, or skilled, you are ($16.95).

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Sustainable Style

Channel your inner globetrotter with these statement tote bags crafted from repurposed suzani, Gujarati textiles, and suede. Each unique bag was handmade by women artisans in India who are changing their lives and communities through fair trade ($60, measures 15 x 14 in).

Freedom soaps

Freedom Soap

These snazzy novelty soaps ($4.50) have a fresh scent of garden cucumber and olive oil.

Little Letters of Love

Little Letters of Love

Surprise your loved ones with these tiny valentines enclosed in a charming envelope and sealed with a sticker ($10 for a packet of 75). 

Central Asia Crafts and Couture Market

Purchase one-of-a-kind, handwoven merchandise from Central Asia at this four-day market, organized by GW's Central Asia Program and open to the public.

Market Hours

Thursday, October 10, 2–7 PM
Friday, October 11, 9 AM–7 PM
Saturday, October 12, 9 AM–7 PM
Sunday, October 13, 9 AM–12 PM