Still looking for last minute freebies ?! Look no further! You’ll find some of the region’s best vintage boutiques, manufacturers and small vintage brands at the Made & Found Holiday Market. The event will take place in Spirit on December 19 (11am).
Founded in 2015 by Jessica Clowney. The Quarterly Market celebrates “rust belts, vintage dealers, manufacturers, artists and small brands”. The sellers are based in Pittsburgh but some come from Detroit, Chicago, Cleveland, Columbus.
The event has grown in popularity over the years. Here is the complete list of suppliers!
Stained glass, cards, pins + more
Ritual bath salts & assorted body treatments made with intention and care
Handcrafted leather goods
Jewelry made with love and intention
Handmade, reworked and vintage jewelry
Vintage t-shirts, denim, work clothes and more
Handcrafted Leather Handbags
Vintage for the body
Hand Poured Coconut Soy Candles in PA
Artist and ceramist working to understand the nature of reality through color and form
Sustainable clothing for thoughtful humans
Sustainable typographic designs
Handcrafted Silver Jewelry
Recycled vintage clothing and handmade accessories
Vintage clothing from PA passing through Oakland CA
Sustainable vintage for the modern home
Furniture, decoration, art and vintage records
Vintage Cleveland OH Clothing
Clothing and accessories that reinforce and embrace your individuality
Glass objects designed to create tangible moments of play and joy
Fun vintage clothing from the 1890s to the 1990s
Tailor-made and ready-to-wear jewelry
Clothing and artistic objects
Braddock-based Cut Flower Farm
Small batch ceramics focused on minimalism and functionality
Millvale based typography and illustration studio
Unisex reworked denim and inclusive and vintage size
Holistic body care belonging to a black woman
Handcrafted fiber accessories
Colorful minimalist home items and fun jewelry
Vintage clothing and items from the 1940s-1980s
For the latest news and events, check out the Made and Found website!
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