Novelty store

Novelty stores are usually shops which usually sell gift accessories and other miscellaneous products. Some of the novelty toys also create practical jokes. An example of such novelty toys is exploding cigars, handshake buzzer, flowers which squirt water etc.

Novelty stores usually sell gift items which are neatly priced to fit into a buyer’s pocket. The price can range anything from 1 dollar up to 50 dollars or even more. But the best part is that, one can get their choice of products to be given to someone as a gift on their birthday or for any other special occasion. These stores also sell accessories for young girls such as assorted finger rings, ear rings, designer necklaces, bracelets etc.

Novelty stores are mainly focused to sell gift items. There are many famous novelty stores all across the world. These stores usually target the younger generation of the public such as school and college going teenagers.

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