Here’s a look at just some of the many amazing Marketplace vendors at the Flower Show. A Flower Show visit is incomplete without a leisurely stroll (or, depending on your shopping style, a mad dash) through the Marketplace.
Courtney Design (415)
Courtney Design is a perennial favorite among Flower Show guests. Featuring one-of-a-kind pieces, owner Courtney Peterson along with her husband, Lee, design and handcraft each of their unique earrings, bracelets, pendants, and brooches out of a variety of materials, including sterling silver, brass, and 14K gold. Courtney and Lee pride themselves on creating unexpected items, including their Big Shot Bunny pin, an upscale rabbit drinking a martini with a cigar in hand. A visitor standing nearby eagerly chimed in, “their pieces are spectacular, every time I look at the board, I see something new.”
Be sure to stop by their booth, 415; after the Flower Show, you can find them at their website.
Hudson Beach Glass (314)
A third generation glass studio located in Philadelphia, Hudson Beach Glass produces one-of-a-kind glass blown items. Hudson produced items specifically for the Flower Show, including dome vases and modular terrariums that stack upon one another. Their booth at the show, 314, features glass from not only their studio, but from American artisans all over the country.
Randolph Rose Collection (521, 523, 620, 622)
Starting in 1972, this third generation family company specializes in bronze sculpture and fountain design. Their sculptures range from animals and children to completely customized pieces, and the owners pride themselves on excellent customer service and skillful craftsmanship. Their work can be seen not only across the country, but across the world!
Don’t miss their large booth at the Flower Show, occupying spaces 521, 523, 620, and 622; their Show special offers 40% off of all pieces. And, don’t worry, they will ship anywhere in the U.S. or abroad! If you don’t get a chance to meet the Roses at the Show, head to their website for more information.