One Stop Shopping

A walnut bar in 1/12 scale by JBM Miniatures, available from Jessica's Miniatures.

A walnut bar in 1/12 scale by JBM Miniatures, available from Jessica’s Miniatures.

Attending the Guild Show the weekend of ¬†August 3rd and 4th will be the epitome of one stop shopping. Not only will you find many master craftsmen gathered under one roof, selling their handmade wares, you will find many exceptional general dealers gathered there as well. Dealers like Nick and Jackie Cirillo of Jessica’s Miniatures, Faith Rogers of Precious Little Things and Karon Cunningham of Karon Cunningham Miniatures have spent considerable effort to search out and secure a unique assortment of merchandise for your shopping pleasure. You will find a huge selection of styles and of price ranges at their tables, something for everyone.

Marty and Lisa Stark of Lilliput Land are understandably proud of the amazing pieces they have on hand from some of the best artists around the world, inlaid furniture from Chris Malcomson has to be seen to be believed.

Dogs sculpted in 1/12 scale by Sarah Hendry and available from Karon Cunningham Miniatures

Dogs sculpted in 1/12 scale by Sarah Hendry and available from Karon Cunningham Miniatures

Karon Cunningham brings amazing accessories from the U.K. and Europe, wonderful sculpted cats and dogs, and lovely pottery from Carol Mann who has long been absent from the miniatures scene are among the items you will find on her table.

Precious Little Things has been in business for 39 years and specializes in fine quality and moderately priced items made in the U.S.A., including a lovely selection of hand-painted rustic Americana furniture as well as a number of one of a kind pieces.

A 1/12 scale piano by Ralph Partelow available from Lovely Things-Childhood Memories.

A 1/12 scale piano by Ralph Partelow available from Lovely Things-Childhood Memories.

Eileen Cohen of Lovely Things-Childhood Memories specializes in fine quality, hand-made miniatures from the last 40 years. You will find many unique items at Eileen’s table from artists who are no longer working in miniatures as well as from some of the newest artists to take miniatures up.

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