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Ed and Eva's

154 Public Sq.
Greenfield  Iowa  50849
United States
(641) 743-2566
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Laura Billingsley
An assortment of art, crafts and jewelry from Iowa artisans greets visitors at this charming Greenfield town square shop.

High ceilings and a completely redone interior make this little shop a gem. Adjacent to the Warren Cultural Center, the inventory showcases a variety of works by Iowa artists, including framed landscape drawings and hand-knitted baby hats. One particularly interesting display highlights earrings and necklaces made from the copper used in the building's former exterior decorative work, leftovers from the site’s restoration. The store space was originally a retail shop and features fixtures from earlier store incarnations, including a skirt rack now used to hold vests and a sign for E. E. Warren's dry goods store. There isn't a huge amount of merchandise here, but it's a fun place to browse and admire the surroundings. Open Tuesday through Saturday only. 

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warrenoperahouse's picture

Ed & Eva's now includes works from more than 60 different Iowa artists, including iron works, wood working, clothing, hand-made jewelry, fabric art, unique gift items, etc. - Ken, Warren Cultural Center
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Monday, June 17, 2013

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