Sunday, November 28, 2010

This Friday - Meet Christine King!

Hello - Just a reminder that this Friday, Christine King will be in the shop with a hoard of her meticulously made Earth Purses - not only do they use 100% recycled materials but they are reversible.

See you here.


And on December 10th and 11th Shawn Ireland Pottery is in the House with a hoard of Wood Fired Goodness.

That is the following Friday and Saturday - Don't miss it!

But wait that's not all -

Michael Hunt and Naomi Dalglish
are also stopping by and we will have a fresh collection of pots from them as well.

And we have a new window and the pieces are for sale as Christmas ornaments - $4.95 each - check em out.

Lots of new jewels from Elise Moran , Chickenscratch
and special jewelry pieces From Lisa and Scott Cylinder

Plus: lots of new vintage pieces to discover and you get to hang out in the coolest shop in
Berks County.

Hope to see you all soon - if everyone on this list shows up at the same time we could have 700 people in the shop. Thanks for you support and have a great day.

Dave and Tess

Friday, November 19, 2010

Look for us and our Jewels -

Look for us and our Jewelry at Art of the Craft - in The Reading Museum - Tomorrow and Sunday.

If you can not make it to the Museum just come to the shop - we are open 5 days a week 11-6 - Saturday 11-5 - Closed Sunday - but that will change soon.


The 8th Annual Art of the Craft will be held Saturday, November 20 from 11 a.m to 5 p.m. (Members ONLY Preview from 9-11 on Saturday) and Sunday, November 21 from noon to 5 p.m. Art of the Craft is an Invitational Show featuring contemporary and traditional artisans.

While you're there, take a break from your holiday shopping and enjoy delicious wraps, healthy muffins and decadent cookies provided by Ted and Carl Catering.

Admission per day is $8 Adults (18-60), $6 Seniors/Children/Students (w/ID), and Museum Members free. Join at the door! Get free admission and all other benefits. All proceeds benefit the Reading Public Museum.

This event is supported in part by grants from the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.