The shop opened in 2017 at 3211 Palm Way, Ste. 152, Austin, selling handcrafted jewelry such as earrings, necklaces and bracelets. In addition to jewelry, the shop also carried products from about 20 local artists, co-owner Anne Rutt-Enriquez said.
Founded by husband-wife duo Edson Enriquez and Anne Rutt-Enriquez, Limbo first started as a pop-up shop on South Congress and eventually grew into its own brick-and-mortar locations. The owners of Limbo Jewelry were not given an option to stay and were informed by Domain Northside they had to leave by April 30, Anne said.
"It wasn't up for discussion," Anne said. "I think what initially attracted people to Austin is getting priced out. The Domain Northside store has never been a great performer, but we certainly appreciated our time there, and I think it seems like the customers did too. They were excited to shop local in a sea of national chains."
Though Limbo is saying goodbye to its Domain Northside location, Limbo’s location at 1708 S. Congress Ave., Austin, will remain open.