Welcome to Beach Treasures Online, the e-commerce site for Beach Treasures in Duck. Our shop, located on the boardwalk in Duck on North Carolina's beautiful Outer Banks, first opened in 1989. Lisa Mann assumed management of the shop in 1991 and eventually became its owner in 2004. Since that time, Lisa has transformed Beach Treasures in Duck into a exceptional shop filled with a vast collection of gemstone jewelry and the works of nearly 40 local artisans.
While on vacation in the Caribbean, Lisa discovered the larimar stone and purchased a stunning pendant for herself. Not long after, and in response to her customers' desires, Lisa began to showcase larimar at her location in Duck.
What started with simple "beach essentials" has now grown into a shop regionally recognized for its extensive gemstone jewelry collections including creations from designers including MarahLago Larimar, Ed Levin Designs, Chris Bales, and Janice Girardi. In addition to jewelry, Beach Treasures in Duck also features a "unique to us" gift selection, local and regional art, as well as a line of women's resort wear.
We believe we have created an enjoyable and unique shopping experience for our customers -- in Duck and online! We invite you to relish the experience of shopping and browsing in our newly fashioned online store and certainly welcome your feedback.
Should you find yourself on the Outer Banks, we hope your travels will bring you to Duck…wandering the boardwalk right in to Beach Treasures in Duck.
Beach Treasures in Duck
1216 Duck Road
Duck, North Carolina 27949
If you are looking for Outer Banks Gifts, please visit our sister site at: www.outerbanksgiftsonline.com
Beach Treasures in Duck is GIVING BACK – and we’d like for you to know how! Throughout the month, we will be donating 5% of our sales from both of our online sites to special causes here on the Outer Banks.
When you shop Outer Banks Gifts Online, 5% of all sales will go to the Outer Banks Community Foundation. Learn more about their mission and work by visiting: http://www.obcf.org