The 9th Annual Friends Bazaar will take over Ashawagh Hall
in East Hampton for one day only.
On Saturday, December 7, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. the yearly holiday market curated by Jamie Lerner will offer a plethora of unique, extraordinary handmade items, including ceramics, photography, jewelry, paintings, fiber arts, felted wool, textiles, knits for babies and kids, wood-ware, home decor, bags, scarves, scrimshaw, ornaments, fine soaps and skin products and more.
"I look forward to the Friends Bazaar at Ashawagh Hall every year - it's my favorite place to pick up creative and thoughtful gifts - jewelry, beautiful ceramics, handmade soaps, and more," shared Caren Sturmer. "Wouldn't miss it!"
The 2019 Bazaar will boast ceramics from Aileen Florell and Rosario Varela, photography by Denis Wolf, wood-ware from Eric Heck/Barrier Island Woodworking and Barry Kreiswirth/The Wood Lab, paintings and cards from Mary Ellen Roche
, felted wool, wearable art, scarves, bags, jewelry, and home decor from Loretta Fay Designs, Polly Mosendz/Silk and Sea, Patricia Feilwel Studio, Justine Moody, Jamie Lerner, and Jody Gambino, scrimshaw, prints, and cards from Peter Spacek, knits for infants and kids from You-lu Bouvier/Lulu Knits, soaps and skin products from Merilyn Konnerth/Utopia Bath and Roey Ficaro/Sea Gypsy Botanicals, and more.
One of Denis Wolf's works. (Courtesy Photo)
"The Bazaar at Ashawagh Hall is a wonderful place to find unique handmade items, especially interesting jewelry. The prices are fair and it's a great place for gifts as well as a personal treasure," Barbara Rothberg noted.
Admission to the Hamptons holiday shopping extravaganza is free.
"I always start my Christmas shopping here!" added Francine Gluckman.
Ashawagh Hall is located at 780 Springs Fireplace Road in East Hampton. For more information, visit ashawagh-hall.org.
Nicole is the Editor-in-Chief of Hamptons.com where she focuses on lifestyle, nightlife, and mixology. She grew up in the Hamptons and currently resides in Water Mill. www.hamptons.com