Swan Dive Brings Vintage Treasures to Pioneer Square

The new boutique opened last spring beneath Clementines.
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Mid-century wheat stalk-inspired candle sconces in brass from Swan Dive

Vintage treasures spanning eras abound at the new boutique Swan Dive, just below and accessed through women’s boutique Clementines. Crisp white walls are accented by a carefully curated collection of women’s wear, home decor and collectibles, such as a pair of horse-shaped jewelry dishes and hand-painted china. Opened this past spring, the shop offers a rotating selection of items sourced locally and abroad by a person who knows a thing or two about style—owner and former Seattle magazine lifestyle editor, Ali Brownrigg.

Swan Dive
Pioneer Square, 310 Occidental Ave. S; 206.935.9400

 

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