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Some of our favorite local makers are currently clearing their studios of past season samples, one-offs, seconds, prototypes, and ever-so-slightly damaged goods, which means you get a chance to shop some of their lovely wares for less. A total win-win.
This Sunday from 11am-4pm, the space at 2929 Gilroy Street becomes a mini market for macrame pieces from KKIBO, ceramics by Mt Washington Pottery, Rami Kim, and Yen Works, accessories by Jujumade and Cathy Callahan, and much more. Since the included brands have got to make room for new merchandise, these items will be priced to sell, and prospective buyers are encouraged to bring cash—so you can get the best deal possible. Seems like the perfect time to start that long awaited renovation/redecorating you've been dreaming of.