2016 SHOWS
We will be participating in
October 1 - 16, 2016
Andy will be doing demonstrations at the forge while Phyllis will be weaving at her loom.  
Please plan on stopping by!
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We carry many of your favorite vendors at our shop in Maine.
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Visit www.scottishlionandfriends.blogspot.com for latest Scottish Lion/Village Weaver items and our other craftsman artist that exhibit with us at our new location!

For those who have visited with us this past summer, you know that it was
an exciting new experience seeing the Scottish Lion and Village Weaver
move into their new place on the Bristol Road.  Now you will be able to see
new items from other artists and craftsman as they come available.
Visit www.villageweaverscottishlion.blogspot.com for recent additions to theScottish Lion and Village Weaver line of products, helpful tips on use and information on both of us.
Dancing Stone Jewelry
We carry her work in the summertime!
Great one-of-a-kind beach stone jewelry

Mark and Lori Chesebro
Artists from New Harbor, Maine
" Realistic Art of the Coast of Maine"
These are scenes from our area that we live near.
Hope you enjoy them!
Rene Guay
The Workshops of David T Smith/ Turtlecreek Potters
3600 Shawhan Road
Morrow, Ohio   45152
(513) 932-3233
Henderson's Redware
with wonderful turn of the century redware pottery
Can be used everyday and practical
Maker of the" Scottish Lion plate "with our logo
and the "Scottish Lion" Beer Mug (extra large)

Stores where Scottish Lion Wrought Iron Can Be Found
Just A Little Bit Country
Waukesha, Wisconsin
Old Mill House
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Brick House Antiques
Womelsdorf, Pennsylvania
Reynold's Garden Shop
Manahawkin, New Jersey
Catalog Carrying Our Work
Country Store
Geneva, Illinois




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