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    Alpaca South

    Alpaca South is part of Kingston’s Wharncliffe Alpaca Stud, which specialises in breeding black alpaca. The Market Stall sells a wide variety of alpaca products: raw fleece and rovings for hand spinners & knitting yarn from the Wharncliffe Best Blacks. There are Tasmanian-made accessories for all age groups, such as baby shawls, beanies and mitts for everyone, neckwarmers and many styles of scarf, including infinity scarves in summer, autumn and winter weight. We have beautiful, brushed throws for sofa or bedroom in natural, undyed alpaca colours. Our stock is 100% alpaca. Orders can be placed – contact Alison. Visits to read more

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    Art Viva

    Art Viva is a Tasmanian owned and operated business manufacturing hand crafted wooden knitting needles and crochet hooks which are individually made using Tasmanian oak timber sourced from environmentally sustainable plantations. Our products are made one at a time using minimal machinery and are finished with natural, organic oils giving a satin smooth feel that is delightful to the touch. Each needle/hook is topped with a hand painted bead with our funky trademark polka dot. Our needles/hooks are available in a range of sizes and colours. Other products include knitting needle sets and knitting kits,Tassiewarmer brand neckwarmers, headbands and dog read more

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    Lunaris Gemstones

    Retailers in rare Jurassic fossils, crystals and gemstones, including fossils and gemstones from the Lune River gemfields, including rare, petrified fern – fossil remnants of a Jurassic forest. We specialise in Tasmanian gemstones, fossils and minerals sourced by ourselves and present them to you as natural specimens, unique jewellery pieces, ornamentals and decorative items. As well, we stock a wide range of gemstones (rough, polished, cabachons and loose facetted stones) minerals (crystallised specimens) and fossils from other parts of Australia and from around the world. Our showroom at 175 Lune River Road, Lune River  is open most days 9am to read more

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    Hobart Bead Co

    Beads and handmade jewellery from around the world and Tasmania. Specialising in gemstones, pearls, jewellery findings, glass beads. Everything at market prices. Salamanca Market every Saturday – stall site 273. Weekdays : Shop 3 Wellington Walk 77 Elizabeth St Mall, Hobart or 37a Bridge Street, Richmond    

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    The Rare and Beautiful

    The Rare and Beautiful is an ever-changing collection of beautiful and desirable objects. The collection is hand-picked by Christo and Melissa Lees as they travel the globe. They are both trained gemmologists, jewellers and gem cutters who live in Tasmania, Australia. The Rare and Beautiful has evolved from a passion for collecting, that they have shared for the past 30 years. The collection is concentrated around antique Asian art, gems and minerals, ancients beads, antique textiles and eclectic objects. At the market we sell unique jewellery hand fabricated by The Rare and Beautiful using rare and unusual gemstones including many read more

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    Bagdad Pottery

    FOR SALE – TASMANIA’S ICONIC BAGDAD POTTERY SALAMANCA MARKET SITE AND BUSINESS, including WEBSITE – Plus stock at value Salamanca Market business for 38 years occupying a prime corner site! Proudly making and selling Tasmania’s traditional mug, handmade with Australian sourced clay and locally mixed glazes All plant and equipment including new $15,000 kiln Trading figures available for 9+ years One month’s training + 2 month’s phone support will be provided at business handover POA Please direct all enquiries to Susan Campbell 0418809871 – genuine enquiries only please! Bagdad Pottery’s range of personalised mugs are handmade in Tasmania’s historic township read more

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    Artefacts

    Artefacts Inc established in 1986, is an incorporated association of local artists. Member Artists include: Winsome Scott – Watercolours of local areas Diane Brown – Leadlight and mosaic mirrors, and gift items Dennis Crawford – Ink Pen Effect pictures and other photography Vivienne Crawford – Art Yarn scarves, weaving and watercolour paintings Janina Evangelou – polymer clay sculptures John Faircloth – digital art photography Val Moehrke – fine woodwork Represented Artists include: Pendlerook Deepings Dolls – hand painted turned wooden dolls

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    Shmikko

    Shmikko’s Salamanca Market stall is the place to find unique shard jewellery, designed and handcrafted in Tasmania by Cathy Joyce. Shards of vintage crockery are recycled into exquisite necklace pendants, brooches and earrings. Each piece of jewellery is a one-of-a-kind artisan creation, handmade from broken china pieces wrapped in copper foil and soldered. Earring wires are sterling silver. The copper foil technique was made popular in the early 1900s by L.C. Tiffany’s intricately detailed lampshades. The process involves wrapping pieces of glass or china in copper foil and soldering along the edges. Vintage crockery is increasingly hard to find and read more

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    Made By Hand, Tasmania

    Our range includes: Shopping bags, bottle bags, tea towels and aprons – Designed and hand-stencilled in Tasmania. Handmade half aprons, full aprons, children’s aprons, garden and peg aprons and potholders. Shademesh peg bags and rainbow pegs. Tasmanian postcards, pens, diaries and calendars. Stall site 280 Salamanca Market, Hobart

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    Mal Nash Woodcraft

    At Mal Nash Woodcraft, we make unique boxes from exquisite Tasmanian timber. Our range includes single and multi drawer boxes, hidden compartment boxes plus collapsible castles, pens, salt and pepper grinders, jewellery, coasters, picture frames, bookmarks and more. I am very proud to have two of my daughters with their products on my stall as well as other friends. We have also recently invested in a laser cutter to efficiently use our diminishing timber resource. We are specialising in Australian animal themed products. We try to have the usual Huon Pine, sassafras, myrtle and blackwood timbers plus a few more read more