May 16, 2014
Makers Dozen, A New Store On East Passyunk Avenue, Promises Handcrafted Goods From Local And International Artists All Year Round
Looking to support local artisans and pick up uncommon goods throughout the year? You’re in luck.
Now open on East Passyunk Avenue, Makers Dozen supplies treasure-seekers and supporters of Philadelphia’s maker community with handcrafted items.
The part-gallery and part-boutique promises guests a curated collection of exceptional goods. The inventory largely features items from local artisans and artists, but also stocks one-of-a-kind items made by crafters from around the world, too.
Inside the emporium, find paintings, ceramics, jewelry, candles, accessories, furniture, pillows and more.
Local artists are encouraged to submit their own art to Makers Dozen, too. For those interested in having their handcrafted goods up for sale, click here.
Makers Dozen is open Wednesday through Sunday, and makes a lovely addition to the ever-grown East Passyunk Avenue corridor.
When: Wed-Fri, noon-6 p.m.; Sat, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sun, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; Closed on Monday and Tuesday
Where: Makers Dozen, 951 E. Passyunk Avenue
Cost: Pay as you go
More info: www.makersdozen215.com