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Souvenir

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(3 Reviews)

5325 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107

(206) 297-7116

CLOSED NOW
Today: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tomorrow: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
24
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Hours
Regular Hours

Payment method
cash, check, debit, master card, visa
Neighborhoods
Adams, Ballard
Categories
Gift Shops, Antiques, Art Galleries, Dealers & Consultants, Jewelers, Stationery Stores
Other Information

Parking: Street

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cccjto

02/24/2006

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Overall
passion

This is a boutique whose owners passion is visible. Curt Steiners very usually shop is worth the trip to Ballard all on its own. I would suggest calling for store hours and directions before heading out, it would be easy to walk right by the shop because of the lack of marks for the shop on the street. This makes it kind of a fun secret to find. The handmade jewelry and cards are unique works of art, and Mr Steiner will be working on them when you arrive.

mdw123

01/18/2005

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Overall
beautiful

I love to be in this store. The windows, the cases of curiosities, the greeting cards, everything in here is beautiful, each detailed item is a wonder, every piece hand picked or hand crafted. I never stop on Ballard ave without at least looking in the window.

ashleyrae75

10/17/2002

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Personal touch

Not only are his cards beautiful enough to frame, but where else can you purchase a card that is worthy enough to be the gift itself! To sit and chat with a designer about his work is hard to come by in this town...take advatage of him being in Seattle now - because he is destined to move on to bigger and more design-visable destinations!