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Michele Mercaldo Contemporary Jewelry Design in South End

Michele Mercaldo Contemporary Jewelry Design

276 Shawmut Ave, Boston , Massachusetts 02118

This boutique is a custom design jewelry studio located in the South End of Boston. Michele Mercaldo's distinctive jewelry designs are showcased, along with a select group of contemporary jewelers.

Best Known For: Jewelry

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Giardini di Sole in South End

Giardini di Sole

460 Harrison Ave, Boston , Massachusetts 02118

Giardini di Sole specializes in discovering local artisans from Italy who produce ceramics, glassware, linens, and an array of home decor items.

Best Known For: Created in Italy.... brought to life in your home!

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Rachael Ryen Jewelry in South End

Rachael Ryen Jewelry

791 Tremont Street, Boston , Massachusetts 02118

Specializing in handmade jewelry using unique shapes, cool textures & gemstones for vibrant colors, our styles are perfect for every woman's taste or budget.

Best Known For: Handmade jewelry using gemstones, brilliant shapes, and fun textures

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Nearby Neighborhoods in Boston

North End

Boston?s oldest residential neighborhood, the North End is now know as the city?s own Little Italy. Just like its overseas counterpart, the neighborhood offers up unbeatable cuisine and style.


Home to Harvards main campus, Cambridge is a sleepy college town, tucked away within the bustling bigger city. Each of Cambridges many charming squares holds its own intriguing set of shops.


Once a city all it's own, the Charlestown neighborhood of Boston now boasts a pristine reputation as a quaint, residential area just north of the Charles river. Only one square mile in size, Charlestown is chock-full of secret finds from old historical landmarks to brand new boutiques


Just a few bus stops from Cambridge, Arlington is the slightly sleepier neighbor, but this smaller burg does not lag in a sartorial scene all its own.


A largely residential suburb bordering Arlington, Belmont is distinguished by its three commercial centers: Belmont Center, Cushing and Waverly Squares. Each distinct locale serves up a veritable buffet of shopping opportunities.


A small but thriving suburb, Windham lies just a few short miles from Boston. Its boutique offerings coupled with its small-town charm place it in fierce competition with the larger metropolis.

Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill comprises some of Boston?s most desirable real estate. Stroll through the neighborhood?s picturesque gaslit, cobblestone streets and visit its boutiques for an experience peppered with local color.

North Shore

Peppered with a rocky coastline and the former home of T.S. Eliot and Robert Lowell, North Shore is the quintessential new England coastal region. Find the most unique New England finds in the city whose nature and people inspire the world.


Just 33 miles north of Boston, Essex is a tiny costal town filled with world renowned art galleries, antique stores and artisans. The breathtaking marshlands and wildlife have drawn independent artists for centuries.

Back Bay

Boston's Back Bay is known for its Victorian brownstone homes and fashionable shopping destinations on Newbury and Boylston Street. The neighborhood is also home to some of the city's tallest office buildings, including the Prudential Center and the Hynes Convention Center.


Located two miles northwest of Boston, Somerville is known for its quaint eateries and privately owned boutiques, making it a cultural hub for locals and visitors alike.

South Shore

The South Shore of Massachusetts is a geographic region stretching south and east from Boston toward Cape Cod along the shores of Massachusetts Bay and Cape Cod Bay. It is subject to varying descriptions including municipalities in eastern Norfolk and Plymouth counties.

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