Italian Leather Goods Merchant Comes to Green Spring Station

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Towson may be losing Barnes & Noble and Williams Sonoma, but Green Spring Station has gained Maledetti Toscani.

Green Spring Station announced this month that the Italian leather goods company has joined its roster of tenants. The Baltimore boutique is only the second United States location for Maledetti Toscani, which sells hand-crafted Italian leather apparel, accessories and shoes designed and made by artisans in the Tuscan region of Italy. The other U.S. store is in Vero Beach, Fla.

Maledetti Toscani joined Green Spring Station as a pop-up shop in the fall of 2016. Due to the positive reception by Baltimore-area shoppers, the owners decided to become permanent tenants. Other Green Spring Station tenants include Johns Hopkins at Green Spring Station, Tark’s Grill, Stone Mill Bakery and The Green Spring Racquet Club. The shopping center is at 10803 Falls Road, near I-83 and I-95.

Each of the items sold at Maledetti Toscani is handmade specifically for the store and designed under the Maledetti Toscani brand. All merchandise is produced from fine leathers available in Italy, using a process that dates back to the 1700s. Store merchandise includes wallets, jackets, coats, overnight bags, handbags, belts, travel ensembles and other pieces, all chemical free.

“We are excited to welcome Maledetti Toscani to Green Spring Station and offer our shoppers an exciting new destination for Italian leather goods,” said Ted Peddy, owner of Green Spring Station in a statement. “We are thrilled to be just the second location in the country for this high-end leather boutique. We are confident that Maledetti Toscani will be an instant success in their new Baltimore County home.”

Ed Gunts

Ed Gunts

Ed Gunts is a local freelance writer and the former architecture critic for The Baltimore Sun.
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