While Gump’s has seen big changes over the years, their devotion to exquisite craftsmanship and international designers and artisans remains just as strong today as it did 150 years ago. Their Buddha signifies change. With the beginning of a new century, the Gump brothers handed over the reins to Alfred Livingston. Soon thereafter, the San Francisco earthquake of 1906 forced A.L., as he was known, to rebuild and restock the store. He looked to the Far East for new inspiration, sending buyers to Japan and China to find exotic rugs, porcelain, silks, bronzes and jade. Among the most prized acquisitions, a Ch’ing Dynasty gilded wood Buddha, still gazes serenely over the first floor of Gump’s. It remains the largest of its kind outside of a museum. Synonymous with a city. By the 1920’s, San Francisco was roaring right along with the rest. Gump’s and The City had become intertwined—their store synonymous with San Francisco in its elegance, worldly style, and maverick spirit. Then in the 1950’s, Gump’s broke new ground, pioneering and launching our catalog. Now everyone could access the inspired products and refined ethos that is Gump’s. Their reach grew. Their mission remained the same. Shop across their wide selection of products in decor, furnishings, dining and entertaining, bed and bath, office, apparel and accessories, jewelry, gifts and more. Be sure to get great additional savings, discounts and deals on your next purchase or order by taking advantage of Gump's coupon codes, special promotions and exclusive offers. Past deals have included free shipping on all orders over $200.