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Clover Market, Ardmore’s popular outdoor antique and handmade market, will be heading indoors for the first time on Sunday, January 27th at the historic 23rd Street Armory in Philadelphia. The event, a one day show boasting 55 vendors, will take place from 10 am to 5 pm, with ticketed VIP early entry at 9 am.
The carefully selected group of vendors will offer antiques and architectural salvage, finely crafted handmade items, vintage clothing, jewelry, original art and photography.
“I am very excited to be bringing the Market to Philly this winter,” enthused Janet Long, founder and organizer of the Clover Market. “The Armory provides a great historic backdrop, and is centrally located for customers from both the city and suburbs. With discounted parking right next door, this is truly an easy and fun excursion in the dead of winter.”
The winter market will feature an assortment of Philly-based food trucks, with a varied sampling of items, and will include a series of small, hands on DIY workshops with some of Philly’s finest crafters.
VIP tickets are $20 each and are being sold online prior to the event. Ticketholders will be allowed entry at 9 am before doors open to the public and will be treated to a swag bag full of vendor goodies (first 50 entrants), “spirited” coffee drinks from Art in the Age, and first dibs on all of the goods. General admission tickets are $5 at the door or can be purchased in advance in a special 2 for 1 deal (two tickets for $5).
For a complete vendor list, information and ticketing links visit theclovermarket.com.