The Columbus Circle Holiday Market is internationally known as one of the most elegant and beautiful places for holiday shopping. Located at the entrance to Central Park, at 59th street and Central Park West, visitors lose themselves in glittering aisles of art, jewelry, home goods and delicious eats from local artisans and designers. Now in it’s 13th year, the market is the perfect place to do all your holiday shopping while soaking in the splendor of winter in New York City.
2016 Columbus Circle Holiday Market: November 29 – December 24
Columbus Circle, 59th Street and Central Park West
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The Jam Stand is a Brooklyn based jam company that concocts clever chutneys, sumptuous spreads, and experimental jams.
In 2010, a book editor and a graphic designer joined forces with one modest goal: to render all of human experience in chart form. Printed on posters, t-shirts and home goods, they are known for their infographical treatments of the varieties of beer, the full array of culinary tools, a taxonomy of hip-hop, and dozens more mappings of cultural touchstones.
Virginie Millefiori is handcrafted jewelry for whimsical people with an eye for detail and a taste for the unexpected.
Kubiya Games is a Brooklyn based company specializing in handmade wooden brainteaser puzzles and games, offering a unique selection of evironmentally-friendly games and puzzles from different time periods and cultures across Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Games vary in difficulty for kids and adults.
La Sonrisa Empanadas offers vegetarian, beef, chicken and pulled pork empanadas, made with only the best ingredients and authentic recipes.
Stick With Me is Nolita’s finest sweet shop, specializing in handmade treats that are as surprising as they are luxurious. Founded by head chocolatier Susanna Yoon (formerly of Per Se), it opened its doors in December 2014, offering a variety of 24 uniquely flavored hand-shelled bonbons, soft caramels, chocolate truffles, toffees, nougats, nut butters, and elegant mini cakes that rotate seasonally.
A one-of-a-kind, fun and funky, unique winter apparel brand that brings an enthusiastic and entertaining quality to all things winter apparel. Pook spreads love with warmth.
Save the elephants and look good in these bohemian pants, shorts, rompers, bags and homegoods. A portion of all sales donated to prevent elephant poaching.
Dr. Sofskin’s Handmade Body Emporium sells body lotion candles as well as skin care products made of organic, wild crafted ingredients with recycled packaging.
Marquet is dedicated to importing handmade accessories, gifts, and decor from Thailand and Vietnam. They travel around the world to meet craftsmen and find new and exciting products, with the goal to empower artisans and entrepreneurs in developing countries by expanding their potential to reach a larger audience.
Handmade decorative and wearable art as well as carpets and home accessories.
GUNAS is an independent high fashion label that encourages looking and feeling good without harming other living beings. Started in 2008 by designer and animal lover, Sugandh G. Agrawal, GUNAS is cruelty-free fashion.
ProPueblo is an Ecuadorian Fair Trade foundation that supports local artisans who create little figurines, ornaments, and jewelry out of a palm tree nut called Tagua.
The Fego Gioielli line offers uniquely designed statement necklaces, bracelets and earrings. Each piece is carefully handcrafted, using only the finest rare gemstones and high quality materials, sourced from Italy and India.
I Am Here Brooklyn is a collaboration between Faune Yerby and Rebecca Fogle of Ever + Ever for a beautiful line of jewelry and art pieces.
Hand block printed clothing and furnishings.
Find out more about the market, vendors, product selections and Urbanspace at our market information booth.
Leckerlee makes lebkuchen (a traditional German gingerbread) by hand in NYC.
The Mosaic Collection offers colorful, handcrafted mosaic glass and shell items including a popular line of handbags and clutches, home furnishings and unique gift items.
Ornament planes that hang from the ceiling by a Colombian artist from Bogota.
Windhorse is committed to offering authentic Fair Trade products. All of their products are traditionally hand-crafted with slight irregulations in color and stitch which add unique character to these beautiful goods, created with care in the Himalayan region of Nepal.
We bring together two sweet things – masterfully crafted, bite-sized desserts made from the finest ingredients and an eclectic, handpicked selection of giftware for the home.
Beautiful silkscreen New York themed artwork.
Shangrila River offers handmade Asian accessories.
Avalove designs hand-printed clothing, consisting of old and new prints and created in limited edition.
Silly Puppets sells puppets of various designs and sizes such as finger puppets, hand puppets, full body puppets and professional performance puppets.
Peter Charles offers handmade scarves and shawls for men and women. We are very proud to state that our products are all “Made in the USA” and crafted from the finest quality velvets, silks, wools, and other luxurious fibers.
Paul Aude offers handmade leather bags designed with unique characteristics.
Scarf Maniac is a family company specializing in ladies accessories.
For over 15 years, Christmas Stars has been the destination for beautiful star lighting in Berlin.
Spices and Tease offers a variety of homemade spices, peppers, seeds, herbs and imported teas.
Hill Country honors the barbecue and live music capital of Texas and takes its “cue” from the legendary meat-markets-turned-barbecue-joints of Central Texas with their distinctive, dry-rub style. All barbecue is cooked fresh daily on premise in our custom meat-smoking room.
Valerie’s Creations specializes in creating unique and personalized cards and wedding stationery.
Pozie Poems offers spray painted hanging poems with positive messages.
Home Of Polish Pottery and its parent company Arreola Designs Inc have been in business since 2000. Arreola Designs Inc started with the design and manufacturing of Polish Christmas ornaments and grew to include Polish pottery in custom designs.
Sabyloo offers original dog-themed art, presented on fun hand-crafted pendants, paperweights, coasters, T-shirts, totes, and novelty socks.
Founded in Honolulu, Hawaii by Karen Sotomura, Santa’s Pen offers personalized Christmas ornaments featuring babies, families, pets and other themes.
Tully Photo features photographs of New York that are fused by soft and sharp focus, giving an abstract painterly quality to photographer Ciaran Tully’s work.
Zohara Art On Tights offers tights with unique patterns and designs.
TribalHome offers handmade oriental rugs and kilims, iznik, handpainted ceramic, home furnishing and gift items, as well as originally designed upholstered furniture.
Wafels & Dinges has conquered the hearts, smiles and appetites of New Yorkers with its bright yellow waffle-trucks and dangerously delicious Liege-style wafels and their accompanying toppings (a.k.a. dinges).
Founded in 2010 by Christina Ha and Simon Tung, Macaron Parlour offers a wide array of delicious macarons. Their flavor offerings range from the traditional (Red Velvet) to the crazy and creative (Cheetos).
Eye Think Inc. sells optically animated artwork designed and invented by Rufus Butler Seder.
Lotus Natural Beauty offers products ranging from anti-aging and anti-wrinkle cream to repairing skin care solutions.
For the past 25 years, Elizabeth Ryan has owned and operated Breezy Hill Orchard and Cider Mill in Hudson Valley, NY growing more than 100 varieties of apples and other fruits while remaining dedicated to quality ingredients, environmental stewardship, fair labor, and support of local economy.
Inspired by California living and architecture, HomArt® presents a collection of hand-finished home accessories forging a contemporary link with California’s romantic past.
Individally designed and created by Kenneth Kudulis, Jr., kudu-lah offers fun and affordable New York-inspired art featuring critters.
Floga sells sells fur and leather accessories such as: gloves, scarves, hats, slippers, headbands, ear muffs, vests and more.
Monkey Business is a family-run product design studio that aims to create practical, durable original products that meet everyday needs and provide original alternatives for gifts.
Mistura offers unique and contemporary wooden watches.
A traditional cut of jerky, done right. Let us return to the times when jerky was dried and seasoned with natural ingredients and without artificial preservatives or sodium nitrates.
Natural OliveWood handcrafts olive wood pieces which possess unique characteristics, color and style.
Pamela Barsky sells pouches and charms that have catchy statements printed on them, often about New York, cosmetics, love and art.
Modern Tibet offers Tibetan silver jewelry and handicrafts that are handmade in Tibet, Nepal and India by local craftsmen.
NYCruets offers handmade cruets, or ornamental oil and vinegar dispensers, from Hungary.
Nirvanna Designs sells accessories and bags, most notably wool animal hats and mittens from contributors in Nepal, Indonesia, India and Thailand.
No Chewing Allowed! offers French truffles and hot chocolate that are made in France from a traditional recipe passed on from generation to generation.
Stop by United Leather to peruse wall-to-wall options of simple, sturdy 100% genuine leather accessories that will stand the test of time.
Urbanrose offers handmade wearable art jewelry. Urbanrose jewelry has beauty and a touch of whimsy, combining classic elegance with cutting edge digital & media technology.
Nomi Network sells bags and accessories that are handmade by survivors and women at risk of human trafficking in Cambodia and India.
Nio offers bath and body products that are made from the mineral-rich Dead Sea waters and mud.
Bar Suzette, run by Peter Tondreau and Troi Lughod, is a creperie and bistro serving up burgers, crepes, and their famed french fries.
Hot Hugs are cuddly stuffed animals that are microwave safe, with a scent of lavender and camomile that provides warmth and comfort throughout the night.
Empowering women one stitch at a time. Raising money from knitted accessories for women and children to fight trafficking and domestic violence.
Saskia de Vries Designs is a boutique jewelry design company specializing in unique pieces assembled from materials collected in their travels around the world. With elements from Africa, Asia and beyond, each piece is wearable art with an international flair.
Riverstone Jewelry offers unique jewelry inspired from backpacking, anthropology and a medical background.
A&A Enterprise specializes in beautiful, quality handmade jewelry.
New York based Italian American designer Susan Bellero creates unique, handmade women’s accessories and select furnishings for your home using mostly vintage and repurposed imported textiles.
Jewelry designs inspired by Avigail Adam’s worldly travels as well as her studies of ancient culture. Other inspirations come from mythology and fairy tales.
Based in New York City and specializing in the luxury of Alpaca and Baby Alpaca clothes and accessories, also known as “Peruvian Cashmere.” No animals are harmed in the process.
“Be Kind to Your Body” …this is the philosophy behind Naturally Susan’s bath and body products. Products made with natural ingredients so that you can enjoy nature’s beauty, because what you put on your body is as important as what you put in it.
5th & Madison is a boutique company specializing in soy-based candles, flameless aromatics and bath & body products, all hand poured in the U.S.A.
Raaka Chocolate makes organic, bean-to-bar chocolate in small batches in Brooklyn.
Carlos Silva of Centuries Clayworks creates original framed artwork featuring miniature, brightly-colored clay pots arranged in artful one-of-a-kind sequences.
Inspired by her fine arts background, as well as time in Southeast Asia, Barbara Wilkinson combines the excellent quality and brilliantly-colored gemstones from India with sterling silver and gold vermeil charms and pendants handcrafted in Thailand and Indonesia.
CaraCruz offers handmade glass beads, semiprecious stones, chains and charms, pendants made by artists Jimena and Tania.
Carolyn’s Christmas offers handcrafted ornaments from Ecuador, using old age methods and sculpted out of bread dough.
Founded in 2011, Charlito’s Cocina aims to explore and utilize the rich gastronomic traditions used to preserve food prior to the days of refrigeration and freezers. Its charcuterie draws largely from the curing traditions of Spain, and utilizes 100% pasture raised, heritage breed pork.
Avesta & Co. sells handmade, brass, nautical giftware and collectibles.
Andrew Clark is a metalsmith living and creating unusual, one-of-a-kind metal jewelry in Brooklyn, New York. He specializes in copper, brass, stainless steel as well as silver and gold filled pieces.
Angie Colombo sells understated, tasteful jewelry inspired by nature and the world’s unconventional beauty.
Diament Jewelry is a simple and sweet handmade jewelry line by Libby Diament made from vintage components that give it a very eclectic feel.
Handmade jewelry specializing in real semi-precious stones, pearls, silver, and more.
AJS Design Studio has been creating romantic and fashion forward fine silver and costume jewelry since 2004. Their inspiration comes from great civilizations, including Roman, Ottoman, and Pre-Columbian.
J’s Jades offers a line of handmade, natural jade jewelry. Pieces are all one of a kind, simple, and elegant.
Atlantis Jewelry is a NYC-based family jewelry design and production company started in 1996 by Arakel and Arsham Bekarian, two brothers with a combined 40+ years of master craftsman expertise in jewelry-making.
GretaGem ornaments are a modern version of old world glass painting. Every piece you purchase is originally designed and hand painted by Greta Neunder in her studio in Brooklyn, NY. This year she will also be introducing handmade wall plaques and greeting cards with New York City themes and holiday designs.
Ebb & Flow is a unique lifestyle brand for the home created in New York City by Rupal Bhinda. Originally beginning as an assortment of homemade soaps, Ebb & Flow has since expanded into a full line of opulent bath & home products that encourage taking a moment for oneself in style.
KJ Designs is the work of jewelry designer Kim Kropf.
Device NY is a line of handcrafted jewelry with a distinctive, feminine panache aimed at trendy women who admire unique and sophisticated accessories.
Punkster is rockin’ the wee world with its line of cute cheeky slogans on 100% Organic cotton “punksies.” The shirts have been featured in Parents Magazine, US Weekly, Pregnancy & Newborn, InStyle, People Magazine and others. Size 3-6m to 18-24m.
Over the past ten years, Yumi has greatly expanded her handmade jewelry collections. She currently offers over 500 unique designs, specializing in natural semi-precious stones, Venetian glass and Swarovski crystals.
Made in Brooklyn, Retro NY Metro brings usable art to your table with their handmade, high quality coasters, placemats, and mouse pads, providing a glimpse into the past and enlivening your home.
Yania Creations incorporates the beauty of precious and semi-precious stones in unique and quality settings.
Terry Ross creates handcrafted, one of a kind jewelry, using wire wrapping as a means of expression. The pieces are dramatic and sculptural with organic configurations.
ViVi Sun Jewely creates unique jewelry out of unconventional mixed mediums such as semi-precious stones, plastic beads, and glass marbles. Every piece is a wearable art.
New York based Brazilian designer Cristina Duarte Veronese creates handmade jewelry with unique geometrical designs in sterling silver and gold to produce jewelry that is original and timeless.
mmm Enfes serves Turkish street food–savory stuffed pastries and traditional sweets–in the heart of New York’s Garment District. It’s appropriately named: “mmm…enfes” translates to “mmm…delicious” in English.
Material Things is a line of contemporary Asian textiles and fabric-based finished goods based on a modern, sophisticated aesthetic.
Murano Artisans’ wearable and tableware art has been crafted using age old traditions, producing a wide assortment of glass products to gift and share.
LinePosters is the collaboration of graphic designer, Cayla Ferari and mechanical engineer, John Breznicky. They create modern, stylized interpretations of iconic city transit systems. Based in Brooklyn, NY.
Nanako is a unique, Japanese-inspired clothing line with a feminine flair.
liveartonthestreet is a Brooklyn-based company whose original artwork is created with acrylic paint on canvas and newspaper as its backdrop.
Buttery soft leather bands, handcrafted in Italian lambskin and embellished with 14k gold.
Unique handmade jewelry by Erin Nelson using semi-precious stones and sterling and gold filled chains and components.
Edward Owl is a handcrafted designer line of luxury bridge jewelry in sterling silver, gold, and select gemstones.
Natural artisan skin care and home fragrances using unique scent fusions and effective herbal remedies, without parabens, sulfates, or microplastics.
Live Poultry Apparel specializes in T-shirts, tanks, long sleeves, children’s shirts, and totes with designs that celebrate the industrial structures and icons of Brooklyn and New York City.
Eight Thousand Miles is a children’s clothing brand that believes in a bohemian-chic design aesthetic. All of the clothing, bedding and accessories are either commissioned pieces sourced directly from various craftsmen and artists, or are handmade by underprivileged women who have been trained to sew by a non-profit organization based in Mumbai, India.
Doughnuttery specializes in hot fresh uniquely sugared mini doughnuts paired with homemade seasonal dipping sauces, hot or cold apple cider, coffee, lemonade, and other seasonal beverages.
Art is our business and T-shirts are our canvas.
Japan meets Mexico at this roving taco slinger where tempura and teriyaki fills the tortillas.
Gelato Ti Amo was created by three gelato-loving friends in Tuscany, and brought stateside by a New York-dwelling Italian longing for a taste of home. The ingredients in its gelati are top-notch: the best Italian milk, pistachios from Bronte and peak-of-the-season fruits.
Jicama has created its own unique style of cuisine: “California Street Food”. They serve beautiful farm inspired salads, tacos and tamales that rejuvenate and invigorate. Jicama appeals to those who love the beauty and brightness of healthy food.
These aren’t your average whoopie pies. Batter & Cream updates the old-school favorite with combinations like olive oil, rosemary and brown butter, banana salted caramel or fig, honey and goat cheese.
The Baking Bean is an oven-to-door online bakery specializing in hand-made, all-natural desserts and sweets — like raspberry-matcha sandwich cookies and black forest cakes — for delivery within NYC.
Hand-crafted, limited edition eggs that are a lost art unique to Eastern Europe. They are also known as Kraslice or Pysanky. Decorated eggs using a variety of techniques to create ornate and exquisite lace-like patterns.
The Gumbo Bros is New York’s first authentic New Orleans style gumbo shop. Specializing in authentic gumbo selections, The Gumbo Bros offer a variety of Southern cuisine to their customers, based on their own family recipes and lots of love.
Mier’s inspiration comes from the natural world and her work mainly focuses on the cohesion between art and design and awareness of nature and sustainability in product design.
HandCrafting Justice provides access to Fair Trade markets for unique, handmade goods created by enterprising women in the developing world working to lift themselves and their families out of poverty. By fostering self-reliance, ensuring fair wages, and building support networks, the organization offers far more than Fair Trade: HandCrafting Justice promotes human dignity by empowering women to overcome social and economic injustice.
Mee Beauty was born from our desire to create all-natural products (lip balms, face cremes and body lotions) from the honey Ruth collects from her bees each season.
The Men’s Soap Shop brews, pours, cuts, and cures their soaps in a nineteenth-century factory building, a daily reminder of the role of good, old-fashioned artisanship in their business. Handcrafted in small batches from simple, all-natural ingredients, their soaps, aftershaves, and pre-shave oils represent a resurgence in traditional masculine grooming rituals.
Marc Tetro is a contemporary pop artist well known for his simple and graphic art style and his dog imagery.
New York Puzzle Company was founded to bring classic images back into modern design. The line includes puzzles of the NYC subway map and a wide range of children’s puzzles (like Paddington Bear, the Berenstain Bears, and Peter Rabbit). Each puzzle is made in the USA from recycled cardboard and soy ink.
Judy tapped into her background in silversmithing, leather craft, and design to create the innovative collection known as Judy Kaye “Bounded Style”. Alongside her signature wrap bracelet, Judy offers a handsome array of Men’s fine leather bracelets as well as vintage rings and earrings.
The Lil’ New Yorker is a collective of New York area-based artists and designers specializing in handmade products for babies and kids.
Founded by Beyjan Oz in 1991, Just B Art’s goal is to find the highest quality, unique stones to craft into beautiful, one of a kind jewelry.
La Savonnerie is a family business bringing you top quality soaps from Provence, as well as a huge variety of bath salts and skin care products. All of their products are made with natural ingredients and intended for all skin types.
Handcrafted jewelry made with crystals, natural stones and raw materials in an organic fashion. Whether it’s teardrop designs or tassel drops, these elegant and elaborate pieces are made for everyday celebrations.
Lungta Handicraft provides hand woven and spun scarves made out of cashmere, wool, and silk.
Tree to Art produces beautiful wooden jewelry boxes, candle holders and serving boards. In the forest, trees may look alike at first glance, but upon closer examination their individuality and differences become apparent. Tree to Art leaves natural edges on their products to impart even more uniqueness and rugged charm.
FortuneKeeper is a uniquely designed necklace, bracelet and keychain that holds your fortune from a cookie, or a goal, words that inspire you or even a small picture. All are made in Brooklyn.
Elementem Photography works with the natural world’s wonder to offer photography and art prints that are accessible, inspirational, and affordable.
The folks at Earth’s Energy have traveled to hand select fossils, minerals and crystals from all over the world. They aim to provide each customer with a unique experience by offering specimens to expand their collection, further their spiritual path or to simply connect back with nature.
Blue Butterfly offers bath and body products used to pamper, delight and relax.
Lady Bug Fashion offers lace scarves, crochet tops, and dresses, women’s apparel, and accessories.
ICE offers outerwear accessories for the cold winter months.
Karma Nepal Crafts offers tabletop, home and novelty crafts.
Leatherworks is a women’s handbag line based in New York City and handmade with locally sourced materials. The line ranges from small leather goods like coin purses, wallets and pouches to mid size day bags, satchels and crossbody bags to larger work totes and commuter bags.
Marc Bernstein designs a one-of-a-kind leather accessories collection, combining leathers with mixed metals, semi-precious stones, and distinctive, unique hardware.
Magnifique Designs specializes in handmade leather bags with cotton details.
Established in 2004, NY Ceramic Photo Tiles sets out to create unique and functional pieces of art suitable for any space. Photographer Joel Kaye uses a proprietary blending technique to transform original photographs of New York City into beautiful ceramic tiles.
Rosehaven Alpacas offers many products made from alpaca fiber, such as a signature line of farm blend yarns, rugs, blankets, and many handmade items.
Seasonal Illuminations offers handmade candles using natural materials like cinnamon, dried fruit, shells and pine cones to create unique looking candles that glow with the light of the flame.
Sand and Water Creations in Glass creates enchanting hand-made functional glass art. Their products include a wide range of glassware, recycled glass items, and Judaica which make excellent holiday, wedding, corporate, and general occasion gifts.
The Truffleist thrives to make the highest quality truffle products, using locally sourced ingredients. Everything is handmade in small batches in LIC, Queens. All truffles are carefully picked at the peak of ripeness for every product resulting is the finest truffle products available.
The Sisterhood of St. Elisabeth was founded in 1996 in Minsk, Belarus. The nuns and sisters take care of children and adults with special needs, who are given the opportunity to work in the convent’s workshops (including icon painting studio, ceramics workshop, and more).
Slapz specializes in HDR Photography, which is a blending of multiple exposures in order to get a very luminous and surreal photograph.
SM Wardrobe is a fashion company focusing on collecting and creating unique and stylish women’s wear.
German Delights – a family owned business for 10 years – is offering a large variety of authentic food specialties which are famous for the holiday time in Europe.
Three Bluebirds offers dish cloths printed with water-based inks on raw materials.
Dulcinea brings the magic of Spanish and European pastries to the streets of New York. The booth will display traditional churreria production machinery. Staying true to the customs, Dulcinea serves their churros alongside thick hot chocolate.
Luckypalmtree’s eco-friendly clothing and accessories for babies and kids are all lovingly hand-crafted out of 100% certified organic cotton fabrics and made in the USA.
Paper collage and printed handmade greeting cards and stationary by Brooklyn based artist, Rachele Rouquié.
Past Objects Art offers wearable art as well as artwork created out of materials from historical excavation.