This Saturday – Tax-Free One Day Affordable Craft Sale at Flinn Gallery

Jewelry by Stonecrop Beadworks

Come shop at this exciting one-day sale of affordable and unique jewelry, ceramics, felt vases, scarves and glassware by carefully chosen artisans.

One day only:
Saturday, November 18, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Flinn Gallery, Second Floor Greenwich Library

The sale will be in conjunction with the current exhibit: “Of Art and Craft.”

All purchases made this day will be tax-free including gallery art.

Do your holiday shopping early for friends, family and something hand-made for yourself!

Ceramic by Kiara Matos

Functional and decorative porcelain objects with glazed textures and a bright yet subtle color palette with clean and modern shapes.

Necklace by Sarah Healy Design

art based jewelry brand that is heavily influenced by it’s surroundings…New York City, incorporating graphic designs.

Corralized by Keelin Brett

Jewelry made of hundreds of tiny glass beads and gemstones that are sewn together to create the look of branch coral.

Felt Vessels by Tocco Studio

An innovative line of hand-knit felted vessels – a fresh take on decorative objects for the home. Perfect for your holiday arrangements.

Necklace by Stonecrop Beadworks

Original off-loom bead woven jewelry using semi-precious stones and Japanese seed beads.

Ceramics by Jocelyn Braxton Armstrong

Functional ceramic vases. Many other works on display in “Of Art and Craft.”

Ring by Giuliana Michelotti

GM Collection’s jewels are inspired by the tribal and ethnic traditions of Asia and Africa; the designs are bold, modern and sculptural.

Scarf by Ellen Schiffman

One of a kind hand-made felt and silk scarves.
 Many other works on display in “Of Art and Craft.”

See more information on Flinn Gallery’s latest exhibit: “Of Art and Craft”

The Flinn Gallery, Greenwich Library, 101 West Putnam Avenue, 2nd Floor, Greenwich. Tel (203) 622-7947


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