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Emberglow Cuts Ribbon at New Location

Emberglow Cuts Ribbon  at New Location

Tommy Murphy

Stau Writer

On Monday afternoon,

the LaGrange-Troup Coun ty Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for the new downtown location of Emberglow Handmade.

The local craft goods shop has moved from their

Bull Street location to serve

as the anchor tenant of the

Historic Colonial Building inside the Roosevelt Ball room at 119 Ridley Avenue.

Emberglow is a local ar- tisan collective that ouers a

common space for makers to sell their products. The gift shop features an eclectic mix of locally made oneof- a-kind art, handmade jewelry, pottery, reclaimed/ repurposed wood, and much more from an ever-evolving coalition of artists and artisans.

Emberglow was first

opened by store owner Nikki Franklin as a space to showcase and sell products from local makers and entrepreneurs.

A portion of the items within the store are sold on consignment and others are resold from local makers.

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Nikki Franklin cuts the ribbon on the new location inside the Historic Colonial Building on Ridley Avenue.

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Franklin also makes many

of the shop's goods herself.

The shop is always looking to rent space for local artisans to showcase their goods.

Franklin can also serve as

a gift concierge to help cus-

tomers find a perfect gift or

assemble a gift basket for


For information on how to sell your local creations at Emberglow Handmade, contact Franklin at [email protected] gmail. com.

Emberglow is open Tuesday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The author of this article can be reached via email at [email protected] net.

Emberglow Handmade ouers an endless variety of locally crafted goods perfect for gifts or a personal indulgence while supporting your local economy.

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