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Florence little shops for "Florentine craft" items

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Happily, business has taken us to Florence often throughout the years.

When I first began my journeys, Florence had many wonderful shops filled with "Florentine craft" items. Wooden carved trays and coasted, gorgeous framed items, leather book covers, address books.

I have many of these items in my home and they were wonderful to give a special gifts.

Each year, I began to notice fewer of these shops and last time I was there in 2008, could only find one little shop remaining. On the south side of Via Borgognissanti . And, they had recently downsized.

Does anyone know of any other little shops selling these type items?

Thanks

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