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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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    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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    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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    In Sheep’s Clothing

    In Sheep’s Clothing has operated from Hobart’s Salamanca Market for over 25 years. We knit men’s and women’s jumpers, cardigans, vests, scarves and hats using 100% pure Australian wool. As we keep a limited range of styles, colours and sizes in stock for market customers, we may not have the garment you require on hand when you visit. To avoid disappointment, please contact us if you would like to arrange an order for direct collection at the market. We require at least 3 weeks notice to have your garment ready when you visit.