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G FORCE | JONATHAN ADLER

New spot just dandy

“The perfect space came up, so we pounced,’’ designer Jonathan Adler says of his Newbury Street store. “The perfect space came up, so we pounced,’’ designer Jonathan Adler says of his Newbury Street store. (F. Scott Schafer
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By Christopher Muther
Globe Staff / October 29, 2009

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Eleven years after opening his first store in New York, acclaimed potter, designer, and all-around dandy Jonathan Adler has landed in Boston. Earlier this month he opened a Boston outpost for his ceramics, furniture, and retro-inspired bric-a-brac on Newbury Street. It’s a welcome treat for Bostonians who have been missing the Adler products once carried by the dearly departed Motley ... (Full article: 515 words)

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