a.o.c.

The abbreviation stands for African Oriental Craft, and for the past 20 years this off-the-beaten-path, dust-filled duo of stores, located across the street from one another, has been stocking huge volumes of jewelry, home decor, and clothing from points such as Fez, Jaipur, and Jakarta. The inventory is so exhaustive you'll want to allow yourself a good two hours for browsing. And consider the prices: we found a set of six Moroccan tea glasses for a jaw-dropping $15 and thousands of glass-bead African necklaces for under $10.
23 and 34 Via Confalonieri, 39-02-68-80-21-7 and 39-02-66-82-68-9
Products: Women's Clothing, Bags, Jewelry, Tabletop, Gifts/Design
Type of Store: Boutique

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