You can buy just about anything for the home here.
They import a lot of superb wood furniture from Bali.
What to buy: We bought “Bob” (Skellybob) a skeletal pirate that stands 4 foot tall; he is to go in my new study.
This shop just about covers all of your needs if you are into fossils and semi precious stones.
Onyz, agate, rose quartz and amethyst geodes, chunks and ornaments.
Ammonites and various other fossils can be found here.
Check out their website which also has a online store.
Despite what you might think, not all pearls are round and white, nor do they all come from oysters or even from the sea.
Pearls do come in all shapes and sizes and in various colours and can be found in freshwater molluscs as well.
This shop has them all.
As you walk into the shop, the three islands on the left all contain pearls set in gold. On the right there are another three islands, the middle one contains fake pearls and costume jewellery, the two islands on either side of this one contain pearls mounted in silver.
What to buy: In the second photo you can see a large clam, within this clam is what is probably the world's largest pearl. It is about 12 inches long and about 4 inches wide.
What to pay: How long is a piece of string :o)
If you are self catering on the Isle of Wight, all the top supermarkets can be found on the island.
The first you will come across is Waitrose which is just off the ferry, turn left at the first roundabout and you will find it on the right.
What to buy: All of your usual stuff.