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Here’s The Dirt: New store all about Italy

New store all about Italy

Michael and Amie Whittle have opened a South Hill retail store, Bramasole Majolica D’Italia, at 3103 S. Grand Blvd.

The store will provide Italian majolica (glazed) ceramics, plateware and pottery, along with a range of home items. The list includes table linens, gift papers, soaps, lotions and perfumes.

“Everything we sell is made in Italy,” said Michael Whittle.

Hours will be noon to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday during the summer, closed Sunday and Monday.

The couple are moving into a space last used by the Plant Wizard.

New owners for Eclectic Gifts

Danielle Ramos and Julie Dean have taken over downtown retail and specialty store Eclectic Gifts, at 305 W. Second Ave.

The new owners plan a grand opening Friday.

Eclectic Gifts is a name that fits the variety of selections; the store will sell wine, beer, household items and assorted gifts. The store will also have a photo studio for portraits.

Hours will be 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday.

Law firm moving to Old City Hall

Spokane law firm Keefe, Bowman & Bruya will move into office space on the second floor of the downtown Old City Hall, 221 N. Wall St. The firm will move in about 60 days.

Old City Hall is one of five Spokane buildings managed by Cotter Ranch Properties. Joel Crosby of Coldwell Banker Tomlinson Commercial handled the deal.

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