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Photograph: Alex Strada

Cog & Pearl

Park Slope
Conceived by partners Kristin Overson and Seth Walter in the back of a cab, this bright, airy Brooklyn institution offers a multitude of handmade works. You’ll find an assortment of enviable loot from up-and-coming local designers such as gift tags by Sesame Letterpress ($3); hand-glazed ceramic, lidded teacups and coasters by Christina Cherry ($50); one-of-a-kind embroidered silk neckties by Bonnie Heart Clyde ($76); and Burrow Burrow’s statuette of a horse cobbled together from discarded electronic parts ($750).
Venue name: Cog & Pearl
Contact:
Address: 190 Fifth Ave
Brooklyn

Cross street: at Berkeley Pl
Opening hours: Tue–Sat noon–8pm, Sun noon–6pm
Transport: Subway: M, N, R to Union St
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