Looking for more places to shop till you drop? Read on for our comprehensive Greene Street Shopping Guide.
Greene Street Shopping Guide
900 Block – West Side
Sand and Snow Studio, 939 Greene St. – A working artist’s studio featuring fine art by Silverton landscape painter, Eileen Fjerstad.
1100 Block – East Side
Ye Olde Livery & Kurrowong Gallery, 1120 Greene St. – Gift shop and art gallery located in an historic livery building, featuring paintings by Australia native and longtime Silverton resident, Edith Eggett.
Henry Smith’s Gifts, 1150 Greene St. – Handmade Colorado pottery and other unique items; proprietor is Edith Mary Eggett (the daughter of Edith Eggett right next door).
K&C Traders, 1152 Greene St. – Unique and locally-mined astorite jewelry and more.
1100 Block – West Side
Art Hawk Studio, Silverton’s newest art gallery, featuring fine art landscape and wildlife paintings by artist and falconer, Maria Lehman.
Silverton Harley Davidson, 1139 Greene St. – World’s highest Harley-Davidson store, selling licensed apparel and gear. Does not sell bikes, parts or service.
My Favorite Things, 1145 Greene St. – Feminine clothing, jewelry and knick-knacks. Women’s concealed-carry handbags. Victorian, Steampunk, “Anything that blings.”
1200 Block – East Side
Silverton Soap Box, 1206 Greene St. – Artisan bath and body products made on the premises.
Precious in Nature, 1214 Greene St. – Fine jewelry and gemstones, amethyst geodes, gifts and more.
Indian Trading Post, 1228 Greene St. – Native American jewelry and art.
Outdoor World & Route 550 Gifts, 1234 Greene St. – All-weather gear, books and maps, camping supplies, knives, souvenirs.
Great Divide, 1248 Greene St. – Tees, hoodies, books and jewelry, Colorado gifts and souvenirs, Columbia apparel, footwear by Merrell, Tiva and more.
White Eyes Gallery, 1250 Greene St. – Fine indigenous art and jewelry from the North American continent.
1200 Block – West Side
Fetch’s Mining & Mercantile, 1231 Greene St. – Gifts galore. Humorous signs and t-shirts. Books and maps. Free advice.
Rocky Mountain Gifts, 1237 Greene St. – Birdhouses, Christmas ornaments, amber jewelry, local artisans’ creations.
Silverton Minerals & Gifts, 1245 Greene St. – T-shirts and souvenirs, since 1972.
Enameling Shop, 1249 Greene St. – Unique enamel jewelry handcrafted on the premises. (The enameling process consists of applying colored glass to a copper base and then fusing the two together with intense heat.)
The Train Store, 1257 Greene St. (Profiled)
Storyteller Indian Store, 1269 Greene St. – Excellent selection of authentic Native American jewelry, rugs, pottery, and art.
Skyflower Boutique, 1269 Greene St. – Women’s whimsical boutique fashion and made-in-Colorado items.
1300 Block – East Side
Orange Crate, 1320 Greene St. – Cowhides and sheepskins, Minnetonka moccasins, cowboy hats, arrowheads, suspenders … and a little bit of everything. “People walk in here and say, ‘If you don’t have it, they don’t make it,” laughs proprietor Teki Eggett, a friendly Silverton native who is part of the Eggett family retail consortium.
1300 Block – West Side
Chocolate Dog Boutique, 1303 Greene St. – A showcase for local wine, local chocolate, and local artisans.
Adelaide’s Antiques, 1327 Greene St. – Silverton’s only antique shop. Come in for a treasure hunt!
Wrought Canvas, 1333 Greene St. – Canvas products and custom canvas fabrication shop. Brand new store. Part of the Eggett family retail consortium.
Weathertop Wovens. Featured. 1335 Greene St. – A working weaving studio producing fine handwoven shawls, hooded pullovers, jackets and more, made from natural fibers woven on authentic handmade looms, and sewn on the premises.