May 09, 2016 1 min read

Anvil is open 24/7 online. Log in; Checkout; Bam. Easy as that. But, let’s say you wanna come by and say hello- meet the Anvil Himself. We welcome you. First Friday Art Walk, on the First of Every Month in beautiful downtown Springfield Missouri we open our doors to the public. You can come buy that perfect wallet right here in the shop. We’ve got chains too. Or maybe you’re in the market for a belt that will literally last you the rest of your life. None the less, come check out our shop in real life. Meet the men, watch us work. See proof that every one of these quality leather products is handcrafted from start to finish right here in the shop. And don’t just stop by here. First Fridays in Springfield on Park Central Square offer a plethora of craftsmen, artists, and of course delicious food and drink.

Anvil Opens on First Fridays



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