Mount Dora Shopping

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    Tierra Fina: Ceramics & Pottery from Several Countries

    by SedonaDee Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Lovely little shop that saves you from traveling overseas to by ceramics and pottery from all over the world. I came to Mt. Dora on this trip with this particular shop in mind. I had bought four little Spanish plates in it about 5 years ago. One recently was broken and I couldn't find a replacement anywhere - including Ebay! I love their selection of a wide variety of pottery and it definitely is worth ducking into this shop to see if something catches your eye, too.

    What to buy: Hand-painted ceramics and pottery from Mexico, Spain, Morocco, and Portugal, as well as Talavera tin mirrors. Their decorative house number tiles are very pretty and popular. You can order online or give them a call if you don't have time to go to Mount Dora.

    What to pay: Wide range of prices depending on what you are buying.

    Related to:
    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
    • Arts and Culture
    • Food and Dining

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    by LoriPori Written Jan 31, 2007

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    Located on 119 acres of land just outside Mount Dora RENNINGER'S FARMER'S MARKET. With over 700 merchants it is a shopper's paradise.
    It's indoor facility provides air-conditioned space for merchants offering everything from fresh produce, seafood, herbs, spices, groceries to carpets, crafts, jewelry, watches,luggage, clothing and a huge selection of other goods.
    The outdoor facility offers foliage, furniture, leather goods, household items and a wide variety of other new and used merchandise.
    Antique Center:
    Browse through 40,000 square feet of antique furniture, collectibles, paintings, jewelry, glass, china, silve, dolls, coins, etc. Whatever you are looking for, it's sure to be found here.
    Located on 115 acres on New Highway 441 in scenic Central Florida, just east of Mount Dora.
    Free admission
    Free parking for 6,000 vehicles

    Renninger's Farmer's & Flea Market The Outdoor flower market
    Related to:
    • Family Travel

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    Any: Shopping Maps

    by mwenn2100 Written May 13, 2005

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    Stop by any shop and ask the owner for a map of Mount Dora. They all have "shopping maps" with every shop, restaurant, and attraction listed. Be polite and start a conversation with them. I have never found a rude shopkeeper. They will guide you in the right direction or make restuarant suggestions.

    Part of the fun is talking to the employees in the shops!

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    The Renaissance: Antiques Galore

    by yooperprof Written Jan 18, 2004

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    Mt. Dora has over 100 antique shops, with something for every kind of collector and for every level of appreciation. Several interesting galleries as well, with pottery, jewelry, fibre-art, etc. A good cross-section of shops can be found in The Renaissance, on Donnelly.

    the old shall be new again

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