October 28th is coming up VERY soon and we want you to know who will be there to offer products of amazing quality and imagination and steampunk spirit.
We are so excited to have so many wonderful people with us for our 1st Annual Festival. So please come so we can have them back again and again each year!
Please allow us to introduce our wonderful Jewelry City Steampunk Festival Vendors:
If you can think it, we can make it. We specialize in hand knit hats, scarves, mittens, and amigurumi that are inspired by pop culture, comics, cartoons, and anything else you can imagine. We also create hand crafted steampunk jewelry, french knit jewelry, and other accessories. New this year are hand sewn dice bags and beer, wine, and liquor bottle candles. Custom orders available upon request and anything ordered before December 1st 2017 is guaranteed for Christmas. Most orders take up to 2-3 weeks to create and ship.
Email Julie Dziki at email@example.com for custom orders.
Tisha Harris is a curator & creator of the whimsical, wisher of the wondrous. One of a kind resin jewelry. Lolita, steampunk & pop pieces. “We Speak Geek!”
Lucky Lycan Creations
Our handmade goods include charms, pendants, miniatures, and decorative jewelry boxes and journals, with a sci-fi and fantasy flair, and inspired by pop culture media.
Hand made Tatted Lace using the shuttle method. Pieces are created by using old and original designs for you to wear and for your home. Get an up close and personal view of how Tatted Lace owner Elaine O’Donel makes their intricately woven lace wares as they will be demonstrating them at the festival live at her booth space. They are absolutely gorgeous.
The Haruspex Emporium
The Haruspex Emporium specializes in hand-screened t-shirts, patches, prints, and other goods. Our designs are inspired by steampunk themes, the occult, mythology, pop culture, and whatever else tickles our fancy.
The Corey Press
Amazing artist Drew Merger from Salem MA is a master of Medieval Madness – UFOs, Lovecraft, and other strangeness hand carved and bound to wood in ink.
Corsets by Marcia
Marcia designs and constructs corsets, spats, gaiters, necklets, wristlets and other accessories at her solar-powered home in Chester, Massachusetts. Her custom-made and bespoke corsets represent a celebration of the human figure through the power of transformative clothing.
She will be wearing her amazing work at the festival.
Fox & Bear Cosplay
Fox and Bear, bringing you fine quality costumes, weaponry, armor and other items, for whatever you’re into. Made from good quality materials, custom to your tastes.
Henna Inspired offers henna body art and various items decorated with henna-style artwork. Henna Inspired works only with all-natural, homemade henna paste (no preservatives, unhealthy additives, PPD or “black henna” added).
Keenan’s Fan-Pop Shop
We create original artwork and unique handmade pop culture themed items (candles, baby shoes, neckties, pillows, holiday stockings etc.) that we hope fans like us will also enjoy!
Artisan chainmaille specializing in steampunk, geekery, fandoms, and artistic customization of pieces (jewelry and accessories)
All my resin pieces are steampunk inspired, handcrafted by myself and one of a kind. I love working with little pieces and creating new and different designs in each! I have gotten great feedback on my talent and am most excited to just share my work with the world.
Ian Hiatt is an author of the debut urban fantasy novel, DEATH OF AN ASSASSIN, bringing old-world myths to the city.
Lush Industrial creates elegant and eclectic jewelry made with new and repurposed hardware. We specialize in Morse Code jewelry, where hardware or beads are used to represent dashes and dots, spilling out words or phrases.
Elissa J. Designs
I specialize in handmade steampunk, fairytale and bookish jewelry. I love working with Swarovski crystals, glass pearls, memory wire and chain in all colors and finishes. I create any and everything from bookmarks and keychains to earrings and necklaces. My pieces are one of a kind and I rarely create the same piece twice.
We make wooden Magic Wands.
You can order a custom one on their website or sample one of the may they will have at the festival to sell to you.
The Youth Collaborative
We are a nonprofit based in Providence, RI that teaches entrepreneurship and creativity to urban teens. We sell shirts, buttons, mugs, and other crafts created alongside our teens. All our profits go back into funding our nonprofit activities and helping our teens to develop their careers.
The Good, The Bad, & The Crafty
We craft everything: knit or crochet dolls and hats, clothing, bags, ornaments, hair goods, jewelry, blankets, wooden boxes, decorative masks, decorative towels, pin cushions, scarves, match boxes, decorative plates, clocks, painted figures, wreaths, etched glass, greeting cards, coasters, paperweights and so much more!
Cornelius’ Pixel Crafts
Massachusetts-based Perler/fuse bead artists. We have items from all sorts of video games and other media, all done in nostalgia-inducing pixel form! If you love the look of retro video games or pixel-based art, we can guarantee you’ll love us!
Aunt Kitty’s Creations
Furnichicks in the Winsmith Mills Shoppes, Norwood MA