Five Shops along Moonset Street

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Five Shops

Here we have a collection of five mercantile businesses along the south side of Moonset Street. These are fairly traditional business designs – in most cases there is no access to the interior of the business for shoppers and they instead interact through the long shop windows.

Moonset Street Shops

Moonset Street Shops

From left to right we have:

  • First Building – Front – Cloth Shop
    • This shop mostly deals in lengths and bolts of cloth, imported and domestic. They also provide some dressmaking and tailoring services (the workshops being in the rooms behind the shop, one sharing space with the owner’s bedroom).
  • First Building – Back – Trinkets & Jewelry
    • This shop actually has a “shopping space” within the building (so that people can examine the wares without taking them outside) including a small showroom and counters where work is done as well as sales. The back rooms include a workshop and a smaller strong room to store expensive items when the shop is closed.
  • Second Building – Hemmet’s Leathers
    • This larger building is a full home with the front left room turned into a workshop where leather goods are manufactured. The leather is brought on site from the tannery outside the city walls and is cut and assembled in the workshop (sometimes in cooperation with the cloth shop next door for linings and accents). The Hemmet family keep tabs on the rest of the shops here since the whole family lives on site.
  • Third Building – Left – Blackstone Printing
    • A small print shop. The entrance is a small office with samples laid out everywhere and a desk where a clerk or the owner greets customers. The left side is the print shop, the right side is the printer’s apartment.
  • Third Building – Right – Delund’s Time
    • Delund imports and works on time keeping devices. Mostly water clocks and sand timers, but occasionally he fiddles with arcane clockworks that he acquires and imports. Behind the workshop is a store room on the left and Delund’s apartments on the right.

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