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The Lucketts Fair is known for its huge offering of high quality, juried crafters with everything from hand-hewn bowls and utensils to newly fashioned jewelry and
slip carved stoneware. Visit eighteen antique dealers from around the metro area who invite you to find treasures amid the fun jumble. The Country Store in the
shady forest can fill your gift baskets with items like locally brewed hot sauces, soup mixes, pooch accessories, jewelry, silk scarves and French linens,
just to name a few!

Juried Crafters

Country Store


Patti and Dolly Anderson- Jewelry
Jose Farinango- Native American Jewelry
Sonny Fletcher- Pottery
Kate Gibney- Silver Jewelry
Cheryl Hoffner- Basketry
Pamela Kumper- Housewares
Ji Wei Lu- Leather bags, Jewelry
Jim Moore- Pewter Figurines
Elizabeth Reid- Jewelry
James Walker- Photography
Marianne Weitzel- Lavender
Heidi Beatty- Recycled Vintage
Janice Brock- French Linens
Karen Burns- Hair Accessories
Sue Ciborosky- Nuts, Candies, Chocolates
Laurien Dowdy- Oil Paintings
Richard Derrow- Birdhouses and Accessories
JH and Brenda Gochenour- Furniture
William Howell- Tye Dye
Barbie Kurt- Candles, Body and Bath
Travis Miller- Syrup
Mark Moss- Oils and Vinegars
David Phillips- Australian Outerwear, Coolers, Hats
Brian Pitsmogle- Jerky, Peanuts
Amporn Rigenbach- Ladies’ Dresses
Ted and Judy Roberts- Toys
Jeff Singley- Embroidered Towels, Aprons
Teresa Stockton- Hand-Painted Jars
Michael Taylor- Jams, Jellies, Honey and Salsa
Christ Waters- Pottery and Furniture
Yvonne Weikle- American Girl Doll Accessories
Amour Du Passe
Beeperdeep Farm Antiques and Collectibles
Berryville Old Book Shop
Beyond the Glitter
Country Cupboard Antiques
Cockley’s Antiques
J&L Antiques
Vintage Linens
2 Todd Antiques

For vendor, arts and crafts, and sponsorship information contact Hilary Cooley at the Lucketts Community Center 703-771-5281.