Native and traditional adornments on one side, seed beads on the other, everything you need to make jewelry and gift items. This Short North bead store has a lot of other fun stuff in it, including those Indian tapestries everyone has to have, sisterhood greeting cards, and a lot of incense. They do a nice job of showcasing their expensive jewelry, but maybe too nice; you start to wonder where this stuff came from, and if some shady white colonialist was involved somehow. But no matter, all part of the fun! My favorite thing they have is one of those african wooden pregnant lady torso shells- you know, you strap it over your shoulders and whammo! you're a naked pregnant lady. I don't know where they came from exactly, but I want one, and that is the story of western conquest.
I don't think I've ever seen a man in this store, not that they don't go, I've just...never seen one. It's fun to browse, but I try to leave before I get a splitting incense headache.