Old curiosity shop in south Tel Aviv puts the bounce in rubber stamps
The current owner of a rubber- and metal-stamp business is using detritus from the store's past to create her quirky brand of jewelry, mirrors and more.
When you first step into Gottesgenade, a small store in south Tel Aviv, you don't quite know what to make of it. From the window display of wooden-handled rubber stamps, to the long-disused equipment and the chunky rubber and metal jewelry lining a wall, you wonder: Is it a design studio? Is it a stamp workshop? Is it a jewelry store?
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