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Thursday, April 25, 2024

Find ‘Naperville’ gifts for graduates at Anderson’s Two Doors East

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Whether gifts for grads, dads, teachers or brides and grooms, unique mementos fill the shelves and table displays at Anderson’s Two Doors East.

In fact, a 2012 Limited Edition Naperville Ornament just arrived, uniquely designed exclusively for Anderson’s in a delicate and complicated cloisonné process to ensure that each is truly a “one-of-a-kind” gift. Each ornament comes in an elegant box that makes a lovely remembrance. They are priced at $39.99 each.

Anderson’s Two Doors East also carries a variety of the Shaker Oval Boxes, each hand-crafted and branded with “Made In Naperville.” Available in a variety of sizes, woods and colors, starting at $12, the boxes can be purchased individually or in groups to be nested together or stacked for artistic display. The 4.5″ oval storage box is the perfect size to hold several gift cards from local businesses. The boxes are built by SO Studio Creative Wood Goods.

Anderson’s Two Doors East, known for its eclectic mix of gift items and more, is located at 111 W. Jefferson, just two doors east from the award-winning Anderson’s Bookshop, Naperville’s independent, family-owned bookseller.

Both Anderson’s Two Doors East and Anderson’s Bookshop are members of IndieBound Naperville, a growing group of small, independently-owned businesses that promote all the benefits of shopping and dining locally. IndieBound Naperville was initiated by Becky Anderson in October 2008.

Additional Naperville novelty gifts items, including t-shirts, are available at Oswald’s Pharmacy in Naperville Plaza.

Thanks for shopping, dining, banking and using professional services locally whenever possible.

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