We’re speaking about crystals, of quartz!
Maichina Veri, September 28, 2022 // Brantford, OntarioA selection of crystals at Crystal Whisperer. Photo credit Maichina Veri.
Crystals can be beautiful additions to your life. You can wear them, display them and, if you’re so inclined, use them in practicing your craft. Whatever your use for them is, BTOWN has a list of our go-to crystal shops for your pleasure.
25 William St., Paris – Open Wednesday-Saturday
Simply put, wabi-sabi comes from the Japanese aesthetic of finding beauty in imperfection. Natalie McMillan’s shop is definitely beautiful. A bright and well-organized store, you can find hand-crafted objects as well as crystals, wellness items and gifts.
168B Charing Cross St., Brantford – Open 7 days a week
Kathleen Johnson and her knowledgeable and friendly staff are available at Moonshadows Metaphysical Shop to help you with your craft. From Tarot decks and books to candles and, yes, crystals, this shop has you covered for everything you need and more!
One of many shelves showing off a collection of crystals at Moonshadows Metaphysical Shop. Photo credit Maichina Veri.
51 Grand River St. N., Paris – Open Wednesday-Saturday
You can find Anne’s hand-crafted creations inside The Gem Marketplace in Paris. A self-taught crystal jewelry artist, Anne has a variety of stunning pieces, including elegant wands fashioned with crystals and maple wood.
264 King George Rd., Brantford – Open 7 days a week
This family owned and operated business deals in religious, spiritual, occult and new age gifts. Their inventory is vast and includes many homemade products as well. Stop by to check out their collection of crystals, gemstones and rocks.
If you prefer shopping online, an honourable local mention we would like to make is The Neighbourhood Witch. You can find them on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and Etsy.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Maichina Veri is a writer based in Brantford, Ontario. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing from Montreal’s Concordia University and has a background in Journalism – Print from Niagara College.