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Uptown Jewelers

It’s impossible to visit the Magic Kingdom without walking through Main Street. This stretch of shops is the first and last thing you’ll see in the park. Whether you’re anxious to spend some major cash first thing in your day, or you have a little surplus burning through your pocket later in the night, this area offers several shops with high-end goods that can put a big dent in your souvenir budget.

1. Blown Glass Bowls: $95

Blown Glass Bowls

Crystal Arts on Main Street is one of the best places to go if you’re looking for pricey pieces. One of the biggest highlights of the store is the studio at the far end where you can watch artists work on blown glass pieces. You can even have a custom ornament made just for you.

Some of the more expensive items in the blown glass display are these stunning bowls. Themed to your favorite characters, these would make a breathtaking centerpiece in any home. Pictured here are bowls distinctly colored for Mickey and Elsa. Each bowl is $95.

2. Main Street Miniatures: $300+

Main Street Miniatures

Though you wouldn’t know it from the name, the Main Street Cinema features an art gallery. The Olszewski Collection here features miniature versions of the buildings on Main Street. The Casey’s Corner piece is the most expensive in the display at $395. The Plaza Ice Cream Parlor is $335. The Market House is just under the three hundred mark at $275. These collectables look best in sets, but you’ll easily spend a thousand dollars or more collecting them all.

3. Dooney and Burke Bags: $300+

Dooney and Burke Disney Purse

Uptown Jewelers houses an extensive collection of Disney themed purses and bags. Though the Vera Bradley display often takes center stage, this store also offers several stunning Dooney and Burke bags with your favorite Disney characters on them. If you’re looking for a fashion-forward way to show your Disney side, this is the perfect choice. The bag pictured here is $358. Other styles run in the same price range.

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Most of the paintings in cinema are reprints the Thomas kinkade in the article is $1100 but it's not the original the original is in the 10s of thousands of dollars range. I worked at this store for a while. Most expensive painting sold was a shak original for $20,0000.

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