There’s nothing quite as right as crafted items made in the Hudson Valley. Made with love of the art by local craftspeople, the Hudson Valley offers a cornucopia of handcrafted items from some of the most talented artisans anywhere.
Liz Vigoda Pottery is handmade and hand painted, incorporating images of Audubon birds, antique botanical prints or whimsical and historical pictures.
Stamell Stringed Instruments has been dedicated to making, dealing, appraising, and restoring the finest violin family instruments in the world.
Phoenicia Honey Co. produces small batch farm crafted honey and bath and body treatments filled with locally sourced ingredients wherever possible.
Beacon Bee offers a range of all-natural beeswax-based skin and hair products using only the finest ingredients, including beeswax taken from their hives.
PetitFelts handcrafts and hand dyes each felted sculpture using a technique called needle felting to create wonderful animal figures and finger puppets.
Quercus Cooperage makes wooden barrels and accessories the old fashioned way- with skill, patients, authentic period tools, and each one is handcrafted.
Sara Golden Jewelry is made by hand in her Catskill Mountains studio, using semi-precious stones, high quality metals, and extra thick plating.
Hudson Valley NY Chapter of the American Sewing Guild welcomes any person interested in sewing, whether they are a seasoned professional or just beginning.
Tivoli Tile Works creates fine pottery and hand-crafted dinnerware inspired by the wild beauty and creative spirit of New York’s Hudson Valley.
RAD Soap Co has a unique and top secret proprietary process for creating their hand crafted batches of natural soap and body care products.
Inspired by vintage leather goods, Jay Teske Leather Co. creates straightforward and functional products that will last a lifetime.
Beames Designs combines the art of fused glass with cast pewter, aluminum or wood to create contemporary, classic home accessories and Jewish objects.
Joel Mark Furniture crafts original designs with details and forms gained from years of work and study in a wide range of furniture periods and styles.
All Brad Kato Pottery is individually wheel-thrown or hand-built from stoneware clay which is bisque fired, individually glazed, and then fired again.