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Nantucket Crossing - "Great Gifts for Great People !"

Nantucket Crossing is a classic gift shop located in the Town & Country Shopping Center at 867 Silver Spur Road in Rolling Hills Estates next to the Bristol Farms market.  Nantucket Crossing is owned by David and Judy Adishian who are both wonderful people.  You will usually see at least one of them in the store or be greeted by Marilyn Ortner, a long time friend and sales associate  The store has been open for over 20 years.

Nantucket Crossing 

Marilyn and I inside of Nantucket Crossing

David's motto for the store is "Great Gifts for Great People", and the Adishians try to provide an interesting mix of items for their customers.  They have gifts for all ages, including wonderful plush toys and dolls for children, beautiful items for the home including silver trays and bowls, unique glassware, and more. The store also has a wonderful selection of custom blankets ranging from a college collection ( including USC and UCLA) to a custom designed blanket with Palos Verdes landmarks (pictured above) designed by Judy.  Judy also designed a custom blanket for the Lunada Bay area which also provides a donation to the Lunada Bay Homeowners Association for each blanket sold.

Nantucket Crossing

Judy and David have also recently introduced a line of custom designed invitations and stationery which they are very proud of, called "Nantucket Press". Judy is also an accomplished home interior designer.

Whenever I have needed that hard to find gift for the person who has everything I have always been able to buy something at Nantucket Crossing that I have been proud to give as a gift.

Nantucket Crossing may be reached at 310-377-7201 or . Their email is


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Comment balloon 0 commentsMaureen Megowan • August 12 2009 05:51PM


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