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Artisan Winter Markets in Glebe

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Don't miss these winter artisan markets
Artisans Market Glebe was formerly known as Glebe Artisans Market, and it returns on Saturday 15th June 2019. It will be held on the corner of Bridge and Glebe Point Roads in beautiful Dr HJ Foley Park, Glebe.

In 2018, the Artisans Market Glebe became fully incorporated as a not-for-profit association. During this year, they were able to make donations to local schools, a Glebe Women's Refuge and a local youth club. In addition, the market was able to sponsor one of the prizes for the Glebe Art Show who supported the establishment of the market.

If you are looking for something unique and special, and are sick of seeing the same mass-produced articles, then this is the market to go to! This is their winter market where you can find the perfect present for others and yourself!

There will be more than 60 stallholders here who will have their original work for sale. They include:

Original fashion
Knitted and wooden toys for babies and children
Amazing jewellery
Unique homewares
And much more

These markets were established in 2016 and since then, they have gained a reputation for being one of Sydney's finest markets. Everything here is handmade and therefore unique.

There will also be live music to keep you entertained while you shop and/or talk to the stall holders.

These markets are only held only every three months, so this is an opportunity not to be missed!

Some of the vendors who were at the autumn markets include the following:

* Alicia & Gerardo Hidalgo
They have handwoven scarves, knitted and crocheted Afghans, hats and beanies, slippers and toys.

* By Sabine
These are unique pieces made from forgotten treasures like antique typewriters and watches, postage stamps, coins and brooches.

Made from antique typewriters -

* Celia Kate
Celia is a boutique designer featuring clothing for the sophisticated person.

* Fiona Roderick
This company makes prints, lino prints, cards and pure linen tea towels with bright Australian birds.

* Glass by Dagmar Ackerman
These designs are functional and artistic kiln formed glass individually designed and made by Dagmar Ackerman.

Little Crow Design
Little Crow Design creates cushions, wall-hangings, bags and napery from lovely fabrics. They use original screen-printed designs and make one of a kind articles.

Mermaid Cove Organics
They make natural skincare products which are made in small-batches in Sydney. Mermaid Cove Organics only stocks high-quality, eco-conscious and carefully designed skincare products. These reflect natural botanicals and the products are lovingly handcrafted by passionate people all over the globe. This skincare range is functional and sustainable.

* Originally Nic
Originally Nic design and produce a range of original paintings, ceramic tables and homewares for the home and garden, cards and ceramic jewellery. There is often a botanical scene in these items, and these are inspired by her love of nature and her garden.

This work includes painting or drawing many other subjects, from people and animals to scenery and sometimes even geometric or abstract designs.

Simon Beggs Woodturning
Simon is a young artist who has been woodturning for about 8 years. It is a great hobby that has taken up a lot of Simon's time. His work is handmade woodturning from mainly Australian timbers. It includes bowls, platters, bottle stoppers, cufflinks, boxes and sculptural pieces.

You can check out their website here.
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Why? For a winter market with unique items
When: 15th June 2019
Where: Dr HJ Foley Park, Glebe
Cost: FREE entry
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