Marketplace Highlights for 2012

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More than 180 vendors will showcase their wares at this year’s Show, promising to make the shopping part of your visit an event in itself.

Here are some highlights of what you can expect to find; three vendors whose products reflect the wide range of Marketplace offerings.

Liz Kinder Ceramics, Booth 515 www.lizkinder.com

Liz creates an exciting line of ceramic vases, lamps, pitchers, planters, urns, sinks, and more. Known for her sense of color, her palettes range from the soft, muted “Frilly” line, to the edgy hues of “Urban Chic” and the bright rainbow shades of “Striped Rim.”A graduate of the Royal College of Art in London, Liz now works out of her studio in Philadelphia and her pieces can be found in stores nationwide.

Twig Terrariums, Booth 1218 www.twigterrariums.com

Michelle Inciarrano and Katy Maslow’s enchanting miniature gardens have been seen in a variety national magazines including Garden Design, Every Day with Rachel Ray, Real Simple, and The New York Times. Planted in antique, vintage, and new glass containers, each layered environment contains a mossy scene with miniature figurines–from an idyllic, pastoral scene of grazing cows to magical fairies in a woodland glade. Ready-made terrariums, do-it-yourself kits, and gift certificates are available.

 

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One Response to “Marketplace Highlights for 2012”

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