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A beautiful shop that offers a great selection of unique pieces of art. It is located right on the beach and for this reason it can be also a perfect place to escape from the hot sun! And it certainly gives your eyes a lot of pleasure :)
What to buy: They have amazing choice of ceramics from various Brazilian states and everything is made from natural materials. You find cups, bowls, plates, salvers and other products for your home, beautiful lamps, magnificent statues, hammocks in all imaginable designs. Besides, you can get some nice summer clothes, T-shirts and beachwear. Everything with the taste!!
Updated Feb 12, 2010
Address: Quadra 12 s/n
Phone: 88 3603 1601
Arts and crafts in Jeri are sold in shops near the beach and around the village. Some of them offer incredibly beautiful pieces of art. Thugh a bit pricy (well, I'm not surprised for such famous spot as is Jeri!!) but it's certainly worth having a look.
My favourite shop is Meia Lua. I hit on on my first visit of Jeri and since then I go there often, also for the reason as my dear friend Leuda works there. In front of the shop is a stone scarp where people usually meet, have a chat or just watch passersby.
What to buy: The shop is in two floors. On the first you find a great collection of ceramic from different parts of Brazil and on the second there are textile products, as coverlets, table cloths and napkins, embroidered towels, serviettes and much more. I also liked their unique hammocks that are made from different materials and come in various sizes.
What to pay: from a couple of euros (for a nice ceramic fridge magnet) onward
Updated Jul 26, 2009
Address: Rua Principal s/n
Phone: 88 9961 7030
not shop! shops. There are shops from local (brasilian) art to any beachwear. I got few very interesting jewelry peaces, not very expensive. Plenty of simple things hippies selling around all day, didnt find them very attractive or cheap either. But shops had some little nice things
What to pay: street sellers can bargain but shops not much.. unless you pay all in cash
Written Jan 13, 2009