Featured Artists

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Dellamano Glassware

Bellows Falls, VT

Dellamano Glassware is hand painted glassware made by Cathy Lemay of Bellows Falls, VT. Each piece is painted by hand and baked to create a long lasting piece of functional art. Please contact or visit Sage Jewelry and Gifts for a larger selection of items.

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Vermont Stoneworks

Cambridgeport, VT
 

Vermont Stoneworks creates tableware items crafted from Vermont slate. A large variety of patterns and designs adorn everything from coasters to thermometers. Please visit or contact Sage Jewelry and gifts for a larger selection of items. 

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Lisa Murray’s Hand marbled Candles

 Rockingham, VT


Lisa Murray is a retired local Art teacher. Lisa uses a unique technique to marble these amazing candles. A variety of colors and styles are available.

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Pleasant Valley Creative Crafts

 Cambridge, VT


Genuine Maple leaf magnets, sun catchers and earrings.

Each leaf is picked at its peak in the fall. They are pressed and dried, then crafted into unique pieces with a special coating to protect each leaf!

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The Village Craftsmen

 Dublin, NH


The Village craftsman is a family owned business with a large selection of designs which are then laser-cut on or into wood to create stunning magnets, ornaments and much more.

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Plummers Maple Products

 Grafton, VT


Plummers is a third generation Vermont Maple Syrup Producer and has been making pure Vermont maple syrup for the past 60 years. They are located in Grafton, Vermont. 

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Solmates Socks

 

Solmates is a true Vermont success story! Solmate Socks was started in the year 2000 by Marianne Wakerlin with the simple idea that “Life’s too short for matching socks.” As a lifelong textile artist with a wonderful eye for design and keen instinct for business, she knew there was a market for beautifully crafted, mismatched socks made right here in America.

The company quickly grew out of a small room in her house to three different offices in the US and the UK. Solmate Socks' product line also expanded to include hats, mittens, and scarves in addition to mismatched, colorful socks.