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The Shiny Fish Emporium On Pine Avenue

Shiny Fish Emporium on Pine Avenue
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Shopping at the Shiny Fish Emporium on Pine Avenue
Shiny Fish Emporium

1950‘s Palm Beach elegance and style meets the tranquil low-key lifestyle of Anna Maria Island. The Shiny Fish Emporium is the inspiration of Creative Director Rebecca Preston. The Shiny Fish welcomes you to a shopping experience in which you’ll find the latest treasures that Rebecca can’t wait to share with you.

Table of crafts
Let’s go shopping!

Lots of Candy and Gifts at Shiny Fish Emporium on Pine Avenue

Walk through the door and be transported to an irresistible place, where Beach Glam© gifts are found next to unique toys for kids of all ages. Candy hued pom-pom beach cover ups, tropical scented candles, award winning Glenda Geis handbags, and mini surfboards are just a few of this shop’s treasures.

Bring home one of our original “sugared” sand dollars, hand-painted by Rebecca–or slip into Shiny Fish’s original home-grown line of gem T-shirts for kids and adults.  Visit the shops’ porch window display to see an array of the latest fun and funny designs for kids.

Tropical Ice Cream Bubbles
Tropical Ice Cream Bubbles

Shiny Fish offers Beach Glam© decorating services: from the Jonathan Adler furniture, lighting and accessories line, to one-of-a-kind mid-century finds. Ask Rebecca about her exciting new line of custom decorating pieces straight from Hollywood to your home. Come in barefoot, or pop on a pair of  bling seahorse Havianas, and enjoy a refreshing tropical ice cream bubble, while relaxing on our dill pickle lounge couch…

Are you wondering what a tropical ice cream bubble is?  Well then stop in and see Rebecca at the Shiny Fish Emporium on Pine Avenue today!  Shiny Fish Emporium on Pine Avenue made our top ten ice cream shops on Anna Maria Island Blog!

 

 

Shiny Fish Emporium
306C Pine Avenue
Anna Maria, FL 34207
941-896-9742

The Shiny Fish Emporium On Pine Avenue, 10.0 out of 10 based on 2 ratings

4 comments

  • Saw the bates family show visit your place so my husband and daughter made a two hour trip to visit the beach and then to your shop. We made it to your shop at 4:55 and very disappointed to learn that you were closed when the sign said you were open until 5:30. My daughter skipped desert at the restaurant to try your ice cream too and was disappointed. All the excitement about coming to visit your shop is now only to be remembered as a let down. 🙁

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  • Small town shops can sometimes modify their hours on short notice. Sorry you missed them but hope it has not detracted from future visits!

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  • Can you still paint sand dollars at your shop?
    We were there last August and the children painted some for their xmas tree.
    We are coming in November and would like to bring our 6 grandchildren to your shop.
    Thank you,
    suzanne vogler

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  • Yes, we believe you can still paint your own sand dollar. We called the shop and while we did not reach anyone at the shop the voicemail message explained that sand dollars could be painted 7 days a week. Hope that helps!

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