JANE AUSTEN GIFT SHOP
We all have at least one Pride and Prejudice disciple in our lives. Simplify your shopping list by visiting this enchanting site dedicated to a large and partially exclusive line of Jane Austen goodies. The online store is the retail arm of The Jane Austen Centre, appropriately located in the English city of Bath (which means much to Jane addicts the world over). Let’s begin our shopping tour!
A FEW HIGHLIGHTS:
- JANE AUSTEN GIFT SHOP: GO HERE
- JANE AUSTEN WEBSITE: GO HERE
- PREDICTED SHOPPING TIME: FOR AUSTEN FANS: 30 MINUTES/FOR NON-FANS: 10 MINUTES
- BEST AWESOMELY UNEXPECTED ITEM: VARIOUS CLOTHESPIN DOLL KITS, INCLUDING THIS ONE
- PRICE POINT: REASONABLE
- BOOKWORM HAPPINESS SCORE (OUT OF A POSSIBLE 10): 8 FOR THE STORE/10+ FOR THE WEBSITE
FIRST STOP: EDWARD GOREY HOUSE STORE
You always have such great and interesting/fun posts. Love this:)
Thank you! My goal is to “give” everyone a bookish holiday season!
Don’t think I have mentioned this to you, but lately I am totally hooked on movies based off famous novels, especially Austen, Bronte, pretty much anything from that era.
There are certainly plenty to choose from, going back almost to the earliest years of film! Which ones have you watched and/or enjoyed?
These are exquisite.
On a related topic, I just saw the 2005 version of Pride & Prejudice for the first time. Oh my. That is some movie.
Thanks, I wanted to show a few dozen things but before starting this series I decided to set the limit at three!
I’ve actually never seen that one…hmmm. Maybe I will have to watch it now.
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