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Shopper’s Diary: New at the General Store in San Francisco

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Shopper’s Diary: New at the General Store in San Francisco

Janet Hall October 07, 2010

On a recent visit to the General Store in the Outer Sunset neighborhood of San Francisco, I was taken by "the bits of everything useful" collected by Serena Mittnik-Miller and Mason St. Peter—including new and vintage goods (many sourced from local artisans and craftspeople), clothing, books, and other finds; the current selection of tools and accessories for the office are especially appealing. Also see Shopper's Diary: General Store in San Francisco.

Above: A block light by San Francisco artisan Andrew Berg.

Above: From German company Einrichtungen, the Limpo eraser with brush is $19.

Above: A design collaboration by German art suppliers Duller and Japanese creatives IDEA, a set of 36 colored pencils for $60.

Above: Useful items for the kitchen, including a Japanese coffee pot, bottle brushes made from natural materials, and black and white ceramic "mini cups mori" from Japan available in six different patterns for $18 each.

Above: Reclaimed apothecary matchstick bottles.

Above: A collection of dog leashes by Found My Animal, a Brooklyn-based company that donates 25 percent of all profits to the Louis Animal Foundation.

Photos by Janet Hall.

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