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What's 100% made in America, feels like a dream of Kelly Wearstler-like proportions, and lives on West Third Street? It's handcrafted mecca Freehand Gallery, and starting today, the local-loved fine arts boutique kicks off its massive blowout.
From tomorrow until the end of January, enjoy 20 to 50% off the contemporary American craft shop's entire inventory of eclectic home goods, accessories and more, including pottery, textiles, jewelry, blown glass and wood wares created by over 300 top notch artisans. The sale's happening online too, but there's a bonus for IRL shoppers: Boutique owner Carol Sauvion's cool Craft in America Center next door will school you on all sorts of reasons to love your new buys.
· Freehand [Official Site]