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New! Kimberly Baker's Ship Song in Phinney Ridge

The Seattle designer gets new digs in the Phinney Ridge neighborhood.

By Amanda Zurita November 26, 2013

Longtime fans will remember Kimberly Baker's former Fremont shop, and those particularly in the know might recall recent Saturdays at her live/work showroom. But the local jeweler is on the move again, this time into a darling Phinney Ridge corner space dubbed Ship Song, just opened in August.

Earrings on display in Kimberly Baker's quirky new space.

The new space serves to display the designer's full collections including her famed wolf ring and serpent styles, and Baker is also planning to feature other Northwest artists on a rotating basis. This month find It bags from the everywhere-right-now line Ampersand As Apostrophe, jewelry and leather pieces by Alice Noon of Daly Bird, and custom neon fixtures and art by Noble Gas Neon Company.

Find jewelry by the iconic designer alongside rotating collections by notable Northwest artists.

 Stay tuned as we're sure to see an array of trunk shows and popups in the shop's future.

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