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Fabric Row retail shops Bicycle Revolutions and Bus Stop have welcomed a new neighbor to the 'hood: Moon and Arrow. The pop-up-turned-permanent boutique celebrated its grand reopening over the weekend at 754 South Fourth Street.
Created on-site by store owner Chelsea Pearce, handmade jewelry is the star here, glittering with semi-precious gems and stones. The shop also stocks men's and women's vintage apparel, plus handcrafted furniture and housewares from Philly's own Territory Hard Goods, whose aesthetic is self-described as "Machine Age meets westward expansion."
· Moon and Arrow [Official Site]
· Hand-Crafted Vintage Jewelry Retailer Moon & Arrow To Celebrate Its Grand Reopening On Fabric Row [Uwishunu]