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Tanja Curin makes fabulous pieces of jewelry that are sometimes real works of art, wearable sculptures.
You do need an attitude to be able to wear some of them, so don't choose a piece to match your dress, but your spirit. Then go and buy appropriate dress.
What to pay: From 30 to 500 Euros
Updated Sep 24, 2003
Phone: 385 91 506 7140
Tina is barba Ive's great granddaughter. She runs a very successful business of selling seashells. Each is evaluated by her high standards, and marked with price tag. Items are neatly displayed on the deck of one old fishing boat.
If you even consider bargaining, be aware that she will outsmart you or bewitch you with her lovely eyes, so just enjoy it and then surrender. And she speaks all the languages she encounters, so don't play dumm tricks.
What to pay: 20 - 50 Kunas
small price for such experience!
Written Sep 18, 2003
Address: Dubovica bay - Hvar island
Street vendors offer variety of souvenirs and tacky stuff. If you enjoyed scents and flavors of Hvar, buy home something that will bring back sweet memories.
What to buy: Lavender oil is known to be good for sleeping and against moths, rosemary is invigorating and cleansing. Wild oregano will make you pizza sooo much better, honey from sage and rosemary might help fight cough.
Updated Sep 18, 2003
colorful hand made jewelery souvenirs and other local craft.
What to buy: small souvenir dalmatian boats for gifts
Written Jul 28, 2010
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