In another time, this store would have been called a “curiosity shop”.  And it is filled with quirky, decor-enhancing wonders like a taxidermied duckling on a spindle, sets of exquisite Japanese laquerware bowls, an insect in a resin block, or a plastic sculpture of the inside of the human chest (once used as a training tool in a medical school). Along with these fetching knickknacks—and I worry I’m not successfully conveying how quirkily delightful these pieces are—are handsome, unusual antique furniture from all eras and contemporary and tribal sculptures.