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Cellar Stories Bookstore

Cellar Stories Bookstore

111 Matthewson St
Providence, RI 02903   Directions

(401) 521-2665


The Cellar Stories Bookstore resembles more of an attic warehouse that contains an excellent collection of new and used books. But despite that minor discrepancy, the real story here is all about the stories you'll find in this amazing selection of tomes. Whether you're searching for collectible first editions, science fiction novels or accounts of military history, Cellar Stories most likely has what you're looking for. In addition to the incredible array of books, you'll also find volumes that focus on Rhode Island nautical art.

Ross-Simons

Ross-Simons

9 Ross Simons Dr
Cranston, RI 02920   Directions

(401) 463-3100


The tradition of excellence is something that Ross-Simons knows quite a bit about. This exclusive Providence retailer has been in business for nearly 50 years. During that time, it has taken pride in offering patrons an exceptional selection of fine jewelry and collectibles. Waterford, Rolex and Llardo are among the well-known brands that Ross-Simmons is proud to carry. The friendly and accommodating staff offers customer service that's in the same class as the brand names they carry.

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