Featured Products

 
Spirit Tiles by Artist Houston Llew
 
Every Spiritile is handcrafted in Atlanta, USA from American made copper, glass and wood. Finely ground colored glass is handpainted on copper, then fired by kiln at 1500 degrees. It’s like drawing with sand, Houston says, then toasting it on a very hot fire. The true gift of Spiritiles lie not only in the detailed and shimmering glass images, but also in the stories written on the sides. “They’re about positivity,” Houston says. The stories on Spiritiles golden sides are especially selected to capture the enlightened moment. A lasting gift, Spiritiles never fade or tarnish and can be hung on a wall or freestand on a shelf. Click here to order.
 
 
 
Handmade Felted Wool Soap
On the inside of these pretty bundles is hand shaped herbal olive oil soap.  On the outside is artfully wrapped & hand felted soft merino wool with silk and bamboo accents.Gently exfoliating, low sudsing, and easy rinsing.  The wool shrinks along with with your soap as you use it.  Handcrafted in Virginia by Ten Good Sheep.
 
 
 
S. E. Hagarman Cards
These exquisite greeting cards are designed by Hanover, PA artist Stacey Hagarman.  With a vintage yet modern edge, Stacey’s swanky and sophisticated cards are hand embellished with Swarovski crystals, delicate paper flower appliqués, beautifully embossed paper, and a light dusting of glitter.  A treasured keepsake for special occasions.

Read more about Stacy in this "Celebrate Gettysburg" article http://digital.graphcompubs.com/publication/?i=157702&p=26
 

Welcome to Lark gift shop!

Gettysburg's gift shop for the unique, decorative and handmade. Featuring Roost Jewelry and decorative accents, Primitives by Kathy Box Signs, Barr-Co. body care, Curly Girl Designs greeting cards, Gurgle Pots, MIHO bird houses, as well as locally made jewelry and decorative arts. A collection of goods you'll enjoy for yourself and delight in giving to others.   It's Fun, Funky and Fabulous!
 

 

Coming in June...Photography by Keith Emmerich

As part of Gettysburg Fest / Fringe Festival, Lark Gifts is pleased to present a photography exhibit by Keith Emmerich.  http://www.keithemmerich.com/ 
 
Keith is a portrait and architectural photographer who grew up just outside Detroit, Michigan.  As a child he loved to study history and photography and watched the city decline and the history get scrapped at salvage yards for pennies.  He felt compelled to pick up a camera and document the decline.  His work has been featured in the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, and on Fox and Al Jazeera. Currently, Keith is the Director of Photography at the Academy for Media Production located in Gettysburg- where he trains students for a full-time career in Photography and Video.
 
Be sure to stop by Lark and see Keith's Exhibit between June 11th and 15th.
 
 

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