Retail & Art
Fannie’s Your Aunt was started in 1972 under the name The Basket Place. We have changed our look, name, and content to keep up with the trends and keep people happy. We are currently two stores in one location. Bob’s Your Uncle on the second floor is our Good Neighbor Shoppe, which sells Life is Good, and our very popular “Bob” shirts. Fannies your Aunt is our bottom floor and is filled with great funny shirts, Savannah shirts, books, and decor that let you remember your visit to Savannah, GA. We are located at 305 East River Street. Family owned and operated, we are proof that small family businesses can continue to survive. We look forward to your visiting us, or if you see something you like, give us a call or send us an email, and we will be happy to help.
n addition to our collection of tours & gifts, we recently added photography to our product offering. We now have a professional photographer on our staff to capture your cherished moments and meet all your photography needs. While our focus is wedding and portrait photography, we are here to meet your photography needs. In addition to serving the greater Savannah area, we are available to travel as necessary.
Visitors are welcomed to a converted bakehouse complete with a charming red awning, large barn door, and Savannah gray brick exterior. We relocated to Savannah in 2017 from New York City and decided to open a store that would fill the gap that we saw in Savannah’s popular antique and designer furniture market. Not willing to sacrifice quality or style for affordability, we price many of our most popular items below market value.
t Haigh Wood Shop, we have been building custom furniture for over 30 years.
Some examples of projects we have done over the years can been seen on this website.
We specialize in live edge furniture adding unique character to each one of a kind piece.
We can custom build all types of furniture to your specifications including but not limited to
all types of tables, desks, bed frames, bar tops, kitchen counters and islands.
We carry a large inventory of lumber; black walnut, cedar, hickory, maple, elm, American chestnut and much more.
Check our lumber section for our current stock. Our lumber varies in size up to 12 feet long.
Whether building a new home, remodeling or you are looking to update your furniture or living space to add functionality and that “wow” factor in your home or business , contact Haigh Wood Shop and
we will work with you to get the job done.
We’re a family-owned and operated business and only hire people who share our passion for jewelry and exceptional customer service. With certified gemologists on staff, we’re qualified to repair and appraise a wide variety of different pieces. Our store is supported by a large, extensive inventory of loose diamonds, engagement rings, wedding bands, diamond jewelry, and other jewelry as well. We can even help you customize and design a piece all your own. At Harkleroad, we genuinely care about our customers and will treat you like family the moment you walk through the door.
While our city is picturesque and laid back, here, at Kristen Baird®, we are on a mission! Our mission is to offer a customer-focused experience, while presenting jewelry collections that are not only beautifully designed and skillfully handcrafted, but also bursting with passion, heart and a touch of Southern charm. We want our pieces to speak to you and be relevant to every moment in your life that tells a story.
Custom/customized apparel, design services, embroidery, t-shirts, hats, promotional items, patches/tags, uniforms, sports apparel, & product development as well as our own line of unique items
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