The Union Square Holiday Market is the New York destination for an intimate and enjoyable holiday shopping experience. Allow yourself the time to slow down and wander through the holly-lined aisles, and connect with local artisans who are selling their wares and sharing their stories. It's a delightful place to get swept up in the festive spirit.
The market returns to Union Square Park from Nov. 19th - Dec. 24th, 2015 ( closed on Thanksgiving). Monday - Friday hours are 11am-9pm, Saturday from 10am-9pm, and Sunday from 11am - 8pm (*Extended hours weather permitting)
Dec. 24 (Christmas Eve) 11am -4pm
We hope to see you there!
Some Items You'll Find:
- An array of warm and indulgent food and beverage, from authentic Persian soup to rich hot chocolate
- Local, handmade jewelry and accessories
- Gifts for children, teens, and the young-at-heart
- Artwork, from posters to framed prints and more
- Socially-conscious goods (look for our Artisan Pledge stickers to verify that products are 100% made in USA, local, organic, fair trade certified, recycled, and/or handmade)
- Home goods, from bowls crafted from natural olive wood to coasters made of slate
- Candles, soaps, and skin care products for men and women
- Winter accessories like scarves, hats, and gloves
- Gourmet pantry items, from small-batch jams to all natural olive oils
Friends & Neighbors:
2015 Vendor Lineup
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Urbanspace has partnered with Children’s Museum of the Arts to create an exciting new art making station for kids. For a suggested donation, children and grown-ups alike can take part in art projects, and ornaments created at the booth will be displayed around the market. Crafting takes place between 3pm – 7pm throughout the week and 11am – 7pm on weekends.
Bee Raw is a simple, beautiful line of highest quality honey products that also actively promotes the importance of American apiaries and educates the public about beekeeping’s vital role in agriculture.
Salty Road is the only saltwater taffy made in New York City. It comes in adorable packaging and is made in small-batches with spices, real fruit puree, booze, and coarse sea salt. This is Brooklyn retro candy at its best.
The Strand Bookstore is an independent bookseller located in Union Square, established since 1927.
Eve Devore is a Brooklyn-based fine artist and illustrator. Using different media and art techniques she captures beautiful and chaotic life in New York and her travels. What would Frida Kahlo or Albert Einstein look like in an owl form? Stop by her booth to find out.
Lucy & Leo organic clothing is known for its soft color palate and classic design with a modern twist. The vision is to create unique, adorable and comfortable outfits for your child in an eco-friendly fashion.
S.W. BASICS of Brooklyn is truly all-natural, sustainable skincare using organic, Fair Trade, and small farm ingredients.
With Roots is a homegrown jewelry line; not only because it’s a Brooklyn-based, one-woman business, but also because each With Roots piece features a tiny terrarium with real plants living inside.
Three Bluebirds offers dish cloths printed with water-based inks on raw materials.
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.
SABYLOO offers original dog breed art, presented on fun hand-crafted pendants, paperweights, coasters, T-shirts, totes, and Soxeteer novelty socks.
Paste is a men’s graphic tee line featuring original artwork.
Julie Nolan Jewelry offers a cohesive collection of jewelry that is simple, personal, and hints at a deeper meaning.
India & Purry Designs is a capsule collection of decorative pieces for the home by artist Jessica Hollander. The designs are derived from larger oil paintings, painted outside and directly from nature, in order to create an authentic dialogue between artist and subject.
Farm to People is an online marketplace for unique, small-batch foods and gifts.
New York Puzzle Company was founded to bring classic images back into modern design. Our line includes puzzles of the NYC subway map and covers from various magazines, including The New Yorker. We also sell a wide range of children’s puzzles, including puzzles featuring Babar the Elephant, Paddington Bear, the Berenstain Bears, Peter Rabbit and Jan Brett. All of our puzzles are made in the USA from recycled cardboard and soy ink.
Owned and operated by Fine Artist Moshgan Rezania, MoshgansArt displays and sells oil paintings and acrylics in galleries, markets and outdoor art shows.
We are a one of a kind, fun and funky, unique winter apparel brand. We bring an enthusiastic and entertaining quality to all things winter apparel. Pook spreads love with warmth.
Tangier sells beautiful, hand embroidered shawls, scarves and accessories in cashmere, pashmina, wool and silk.
Twinko is an infant and toddler gift company. Their designs are thoughtful, made locally, and mostly organic or recycled. Each item is designed to be a treasured keepsake and/or to grow with small minds into their childhood.
Founded in 2011 by Ursula Jaroszewicz, a graphic designer turned letterpress printer, Pepper Press is a design & letterpress studio located in beautiful Brooklyn, New York
A handcrafted line of graphic leather goods, including belts and other accessories.
Cork Buds was born to help fellow city-dwellers bring a little green into their tiny city apartments, but their cuteness and practicality definitely have universal appeal. Cork Buds are small enough to have an entire garden in your living room, and since most are magnetic and can live on your fridge or wall, you can keep adding more without giving up valuable table and shelf surfaces. Many Cork Buds do fine with only fluorescent light, so you can even bring some cheer to your office or basement apartment!
Real film cells rescued from the trash and repurposed into nostalgic votives.
The Verrier Boutique was conceived from the beauty in each of us, the most confident fashion statement.
Premium tinned seafood caught from coastal villages across Europe.
Slow-smoked delicious Central-Texas style BBQ, served in heaping portions.
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.
Nunu Chocolates creates handmade confections at its shop in Brooklyn, where people can sit with a glass of wine, frozen hot chocolate, coffee or craft beer and watch everything being made right on site. Its chocolate is single origin and sustainably farmed, inspired by the simple philosophy that the world is a better place when chocolate is involved.
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.
Dirty Hands Jewelry represents a fascinating mix of South American and European styles. Each piece is an original creation by artist and designer Enrique Muthuan.
Colorful 3D puzzle dinosaurs, made in Brooklyn.
Laser cut and engraved home products, greeting cards, games, accessories and other gifts. Made from various materials, with sustainable wood as the prime material.
NYC’s first cate café from the makers of Macaron Parlour. The booth will be selling Meow Parlour merchandise and treats.
Kiln is a design studio specializing in bespoke copper and enamel creations.
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.
Leckerlee makes lebkuchen, a traditional German gingerbread, by hand in NYC.
LinePosters is the collaboration of graphic designer, Cayla Ferari and mechanical engineer, John Breznicky. We create modern, stylized interpretations of iconic city transit systems. We’re based in Brooklyn, NY and strive to create high-quality items for design savvy consumers.
Nanako is a unique, Japanese-inspired clothing line with a feminine flair.
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.
The Mujus blend of environmentally conscious materials and intricately sophisticated designs bring a refreshing new take to the modern woman. Their accessories allow customers to look and feel good, knowing their purchases are supporting great causes.
The goal of Two Tablespoons is to make delicious, vegetarian, gluten-free food from scratch using only wholesome, high-nutrient ingredients and as much locally grown produce as possible. It draws inspiration from traditional world cuisines for its bright, colorful dishes.
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.
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.
Old-school Brazilian jeweler who can restring anything.
German Delights – a family owned business for 10 years – sells a variety of European holiday items such as cards, calendars, gingerbread cookies, spices and other specialties.
MrMarker is a local company providing a unique hand engraved item used by all golfers. The ball markers are inscribed with names, initials, and golf expressions.
Arancini Bros. is New York City’s first and only business specializing in authentic Sicilian Rice Balls, born from the greatest melting pot in the world: Brooklyn, New York.
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.
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.
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.
Specializes in Asian art and jewelry, offering hundreds of original paintings and jewelry pieces.
Saskia de Vries Designs is 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.
Animal Sleep Stories is a collection of silkscreened art and illustrations by Daria Tessler, a Portland, Oregon based artist.
Article 22 :: Peace Bomb sells bags and accessories that are naturally dyed and hand woven and constructed by artisans in Laos. Each purchase goes towards supporting artisans that work according to their own environmentally and culturally sustainable traditions.
Astrid Schumacher Designs sells jewelry, prints and silkscreens inspired by designer’s Astrid Schumacher travels to India and Indonesia.
Alkadabra offers a selection of interior design objects such as gallery wraps, large metal plates and framed fine art prints, featuring original photography taken with medium format cameras on film. The themes vary from urban landscapes and city skylines to experimental double exposures, poetic still lives in abandoned spaces, rust and dust at work, and abstract compositions found in nature.
Alpaca Designs sells warm and soft alpaca rugs. No alpacas were killed for their fur.
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.
Founded in 2008, Alyxia Leaf is an independent New York jewelry business that aims to bring its customers closer to nature that surrounds them everyday. Inspired by the Alyxia leaf, a rare Australian heart-shaped leaf with prominent vein structures, Alyxia Leaf is the result of international friends becoming business partners. We gather beautiful treasures from nature, then preserve them in precious metals to create exquisite objects to wear or display.
Using recyclable and sustainable materials, Angelic Glass creates high quality, affordable hand blown, museum quality glass in the hills of Western Massachusetts.
Original ethically sourced designs are carefully handmade with precious metals and natural gemstones. Come view Adel Chefridi’s collection.
Brooklyn Charm sells unique handmade jewelry from local designers. The designs are often geographical, astrological, or include animals.
100% Cool Efi Designs offers unique, handmade accessories made of eco-friendly, recycled materials for both men and women.
Adelo sells beautiful neckwear for men: handmade ties, scarves made of 100% wool and cashmere designed and tailored in Germany.
Cala Design has wonderfully colorful bags and wallets handmade in India using fair trade practices.
The Daniela Alberts jewelry collections blends timeless elegance with delicate sophistication: modern classics for every occasion.
Dap Kitsch is a brand new Brooklyn based accessory business with a BIG emphasis on bow ties for you, your toddler, your hair, and even your puppy! We offer fabrics and patterns for the most casual (and new) bow tie wearers.
Bar Suzette, run by Peter Tondreau and Troi Lughod, is a creperie and bistro serving up burgers, crepes, and their famed french fries.
Designed by Claudia Desideri, Desideri Design sells handmade fashion jewelry made of Swarovski crystals, natural stones and fresh water pearls.
Bara Boheme offers handmade women’s jewelry made of semi-precious stones, reflecting the designer’s Bohemian heritage.
Dezign Mind is a fair trade company that works directly with artisans in Bali to craft gifts that are unique. Wooden products and clove ornaments tell a story about from where they came and the crafters who made them.
Beekman’s COPA Soaps are all natural, biodegradable, vegetable oil based soaps for everyday use in the bath and shower. Their soaps are handmade from saponified Coconut, Olive, Palm and Almond Oils and pure Essential Oils.
Belle Costes and Scott Jordan sell handmade jewelry and art created from excavated and found objects.
Inspired by the bold history of the Ottoman Empire, jewelry by Bora showcases necklaces, rings and bracelets featuring intricate details, chunky stones and rich colors, all with a Turkish twist.
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.
4mula sells beautiful wreaths and living ornaments: small terraniums surrounded by glass orbs that are sure to brighten up any Christmas tree.
Stylish, easy-to-use Beer Making Kits designed especially for stove-top brewing and ingredient mixes for seasonally inspired beers. The goal is to get everyone brewing by simplifying the beer making process without dumbing it down.
Damarys Galeano creates steampunk jewelry out of old watch parts: “Art is a style; don’t just live it wear it.”
Carnelian Knoll sells jewelry that is of rare and vintage beads, semi-precious stones and silver, designed and hand-crafted in New York City by Julie Siegmund.
Celtic Revival sells Celtic and Irish jewelry from individual jewelry artists as well as Irish and Scottish companies.
Nio offers bath and body products that are made from the mineral-rich Dead Sea waters and mud.
DeLong Ceramics sells handcrafted, original ceramics designed and made by Denise DeLong. Her work often features scenes of the city.
Charm NYC offers a selection of handmade hats and fedoras of original, detailed designs, as well as stuffed animals made of eco friendly fiberfill from renewable resource corn.
Nirvanna Designs sells accessories and bags, most notably wool animal hats and mittens from contributors in Nepal, Indonesia, India and Thailand.
Designed by Rosie and Cherry, Cherry Rose Designs features fashion jewelry pieces for the stylish woman.
No Chewing Allowed! offers French truffles and hot chocolate that are made in France from a traditional recipe passed on from generation to generation.
City Shuffle sells decks of cards in which each card is a $10 gift certificate or coupon that is redeemable at the destination it describes.
Nomi Network sells bags and accessories that are handmade by survivors and women at risk of human trafficking in Cambodia and India.
CityBitz sells New York-themed accessories that incorporate photographs of the city.
Nuop Design is a company that creates toys with unique and functional designs. Its number one product is Q-man, a toy magnet shaped like a person in different poses.
Fine oil paintings and etchings.
Edie Art sells paintings, prints and greeting cards made by Dutch-born, NYC-based artist, Edie Pijpers; the art is whimsical and dreamlike in character, with children and childhood taking up a central theme.
Craftspring is a fair trade company that works with women artisans in Central Asia to create handmade felted wool dolls, puppets, scarves, pillows, rugs as well as accessories and ornaments.
Nuts + Nuts USA offers gourmet homemade roasted cashew nuts purchased directly from farmers in Indonesia. The unique packaging is made of natural materials that are handmade by local communities in Java and Bali.
NYcruets offers handmade cruets, or ornamental oil and vinegar dispensers, from Hungary.
Onurth Skincare offers a chemical-free line of products to nurture the skin while respecting the earth.
Natural OliveWood handcrafts olive wood pieces which possess unique characteristics, color and style.
Pageant Print Shop offers hard-to-find old prints and maps in a range of prices.
Pamela Barsky sells pouches and charms that have catchy statements printed on them, often about New York, cosmetics, love and art.
Nicola and The Newfoundlander, founded by Nicola and Brendan, offers affordable, handcrafted green art.
Uma Living offers handmade, 100% wool animal hats and mittens.
Founded by Terrence Kelleman, Mighty Wallets sells wallets and cases made of strong microfiber with designs of everyday items and pop culture.
Practicing fairtrade, Miss Tea offers pure organic teas and herbs from the finest growing regions of the world for your healthy urban lifestyle.
Karma Kiss sells creatively designed gifts and lifestyle accessories for men, women and children.
Mistura offers unique and contemporary wooden watches.
Milk Bar is the sister bakery of the Momofuku restaurant group, founded by James Beard award-winner and FOX MasterChef judge, Christina Tosi. Since its opening in November of 2008, Milk Bar has focused on putting a playfully-American, approachable spin on familiar homestyle desserts and savory snacks, using quality ingredients and locally sourced dairy.
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.
Himalayan Vision sells handmade Tibetan and Indian handicrafts.
Insiders1 sells unique hand-made designer leather handbags, gloves and accessories in Brooklyn, NYC with urban photography printed onto the leather.
Fatty Sundays sells gourmet, fun-flavored chocolate covered pretzels and pretzel bites in a variety of flavors. The perfect sweet + salty snack or gift!
Karma Living offers colorful handmade home d
A Brooklyn based duo, Kremen Art’s purpose is to express the rhythm and vibrations of city life through lively colors and positive energy. Moments and ideas are captured with original photography, sketches or drawings, and then transferred beautifully onto canvas where they continue completion with acrylic paint, sprays, and other creative materials: all done by hand
Individally designed and created by Kenneth Kudulis, Jr., kudu-lah offers fun and affordable New York-inspired art featuring critters.
Marquet is dedicated to importing handmade accessories, gifts, and decor from Thailand and Vietnam. We travel around the world to meet craftsmen and find new and exciting products. Our goal is to empower artisans and entrepreneurs in developing countries by expanding their potential to reach a larger audience.
Designed by Kip Cosson, KipKids.com sells colorful New York-themed infant and children clothing and children’s books
Kristiana Parn offers print art and stationary that features animals and scenery.
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).
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.
Mara Made sells handmade jewelry made by Mara.
Find out more about the market, vendors, product selections and Urbanspace at our market information booth.
ItalianLeatherGloves.com sells high quality leather gloves from Italy.
LA MUSE KALLIOPE features creator Jean Lin
J. Topolski sells uniquely designed handcrafted jewelry with animal and nature themes.
Josh Bach Limited sells high quality unusual and quirky designed ties, boxers, and accessories that make great gifts for men. Many products are New York-themed.
Kaisa & Paternoster Designs sells handcrafted watches and jewelry.
Lina Tsui is a New York City based jewelry designer; she has been making jewelry for over 10 years, specializing in handcrafted wire wrapping works with precious and semi-precious stones.
Lolabean sells handmade jewelry by Tiffany Bean in New York City. The delicate jewelry collection is great for everyday wear and for layering several pieces and lengths together.
Lotus Natural Beauty offers products ranging from anti-aging and anti-wrinkle cream to repairing skin care solutions.
Anna Sabino, the designer behind Lucid New York, has been creating simple, fashionable, classy, lucid pieces all handmade in New York for more than ten years.
Eye Think Inc. sells optically animated artwork designed and invented by Rufus Butler Seder.
La Sonrisa Empanadas offers vegetarian, beef, chicken and pulled pork empanadas, made with only the best ingredients and authentic recipes.
Featuring artwork from fine artists in upstate New York, Garcia i Piccione’s paintings are created using a Spanish mixed media painting technique called esmalte ceramico.
Gotta Have It! offers popular chain watches and handmade fashionable accessories made in a design studio in New York. See Hippie Bling and Sara Designs
Hanami Real Flower Jewelry is made of real, natural flowers. Each flower is carefully selected for originality, color and shape; the flowers are dried, preserved and covered with several coats of resin, to achieve a hard and durable finish.
Simple yet energetic representations of things take the form of silkscreen prints and t-shirts.
Designed by Jane Van Clee, hazel village sells stuffed animals in tiny outfits made of organic materials.
Engage Green sells bags and purses with designs crafted out of recycled paper, plastic from pet bottles and sustainable materials like cork and organic cotton.
Lianie’s jewelry is made with love, crafted with the utmost attention to detail, and possesses timeless, classic appeal.
Launched by Erica Savard in early 2011, We See Stars is a modern jewelry line that incorporates shape and texture in classic forms. Each design is a reflection of her visual obsession with the simplistic geometry of the Bauhaus school, Navajo sand paintings and ancient mysticism.
Wink and Flip is a fashion jewelry company started eleven years ago by Natasha Spedalle, who curates a line of high quality necklaces, rings and earrings noted for reflecting the trends of the season, while offering amazing value.
The Vintage Box has been part of the Union Square Holiday Market since 2002! We come back with our beautiful wooden wine boxes, holder and carriers that make fantastic gifts.
Time Will Tell features whimsical watches to satisfy any mood. You can even custom make your own!
Viva Zapata offers handcrafted and unique women’s clothing, accessories and bags. The bags are created from the vinyl used for bus seats and the straps are made from material used for window shutters in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
No buses were harmed in the making of these bags.
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).
Yoyo Dog offers a variety of apparel for dogs.
Zip-It offers a variety of bags all made with one long, durable zipper for men, women and children.
Zohara Art On Tights offers tights with unique patterns and designs.
Victoria Bekerman Studio offers minimalist handmade jewelry.
Trezana Jewelry is a handcrafted jewelry company that specializes in designing pieces using gemstones from around the world.
Tribal Home offers handmade oriental rugs and kilims, iznik, handpainted ceramic, home furnishing and gift items, as well as originally designed upholstered furniture.
Three Angels is a family owned and operated business that offers custom made and handmade jewelry.
Stop by United Leather to peruse wall-to-wall options of simple, sturdy 100% genuine leather accessories that will stand the test of time.
Urban Cricket sells t-shirts with unique concepts that are designed and illustrated by roommates Gloria and Audrey, then hand printed with silkscreen in their studio.
Handmade wood decorative boxes, sculptures and bowls from Vietnam.
The Pearl Gallery offers gemstone and pearl handmade Jewelry in 14K, gold vermeil or sterling silver.
Rockstar Revolution is a Brooklyn based company specializing in hand drawn and hand screened prints and apparel by artist Nick Farrow. The line of products reflect the culture and times in which we live, foisting humorous, hard hitting, intelligent and thought provoking images coupled with cool design onto a media driven public.
Buenos Aires-born and Brooklyn-based, The Raw Art came up with the intention of spreading art thru people. The reason of mixing up media, such as spray paint, silkscreen, photography and everyday-life elements like news paper, is to place a small part of the city in each canvas, meaning to expose the beauty of the streets we go up & down everyday.
Rubyzaar is a fair trade business that works with artisan crafts groups, tailors, weavers and farmers in Southeast Asia and East Africa to create handmade clothing and cookies.
Gifts for the thinker in all of us. The Unemployed Philosophers Guild gives a significant proportion of its profits to several non-profit, progressive organizations.
Founded in Honolulu, Hawaii by Karen Sotomura, Santa’s Pen offers personalized Christmas ornaments featuring babies, families, pets and other themes.
Run by Saeed Pourkay, Taste of Persia brings Persian food to New York with its delicious vegetarian soups.
Teddie’s 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. See Monkey Business
Pinky Pilots offers New York-themed artwork by Megu Fukuda and Mush Hosotani.
YOHO NY showcases unique and useful holiday gift items such as wooden pens and genuine crystals.
The Fast Turtle offers rare jewelry pieces that are imported from all over the world.
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.
The Filling Station carries exceptional Extra-Virgin Olive Oils, Balsamic Vinegars and Sea Salts, so be sure to stop in for a sample before treating yourself and your favorite foodie friends to a fancy food gift! Be sure to bring back your empty bottles and jars to our Chelsea Market or Rockefeller Center locations and enjoy a 10% discount on your refills!
Poziepoems are decorative mobiles in the same tradition that the artist Alexander Calder started in the 1920’s. “When everything goes right a mobile is a piece of poetry that dances with the joy of life and surprise.” Alexander Calder
These mobiles have words spray-painted onto the wooden panels so they create actual moving poetry as it turns.
The Jam Stand is a Brooklyn based jam company that concocts clever chutneys, sumptuous spreads, and experimental jams.
Beautiful jewelry featuring intricate stonework
Sigmund’s opened in November 2009 in East Village as a pretzel bakery and coffee shop and quickly became a destination for freshly baked pretzels, dips, signature drinks, pastries and short but fierce list of sandwiches and wieners on pretzel bread.
Silly Puppets sells puppets of various designs and sizes such as finger puppets, hand puppets, full body puppets and professional performance puppets.
Spices and Tease offers a variety of homemade spices, peppers, seeds, herbs and imported teas.
Paul Aude offers handmade leather products.
Sarella Art Jewelry is inspired by nature and the beauty of stones. Each piece has its own story.
Susans Beeswax Candles offers handmade beeswax candles and Himalayan rock salts, candle holders, as well as Christmas and Hanukah candles and gift boxes.
Ultra-light jewelry handmade in Brooklyn out of couture European embroideries, vintage laces and laser cut materials.
Scarf Maniac is a family company specializing in ladies accessories.
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.
Shara Porter Designs offers printed leather wallets, purses, and bags for men and women.
Shatzi Life sells fashionable winter accessories, made from the most useful and fun wooly stuff on the planet.
Shaya Mehubad designs and handcrafts jewelry in Brooklyn.
Shu-Shi Shop offers children’s clothing and accessories.
Shangrila River offers handmade Asian accessories.
Avalove designs hand-printed clothing, consisting of old and new prints and created in limited edition.
Our objective is to capture and present toys in everyday situations in a humorous, light-hearted way.
Artist designed handmade art coasters and tees, along with La Colombe coffee and beans, and hot chocolate and holiday mocha too.
Two Arms Inc. is a Design and Illustration Design Studio based in Brooklyn, NY. We are specialize in design, illustration, branding, posters, and packaging.
The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation is the government department responsible for maintaining the city’s parks system, preserving and maintaining the ecological diversity of the city’s natural areas, and furnishing recreational opportunities for city’s residents and visitors.
Our small-batch Red Sauces start with fresh herb-infused Organic extra virgin olive oil, true San Marzano tomatoes, Cabernet Sauvignon, and carefully sourced specialty ingredients like hand-made Pancetta and imported Porcini mushrooms.
Western Mass artisans Edo Mor & Rosario Torres marry time-honored fused glass techniques with elements of collage, cloisonné, and ceramics to create fiercely unique art jewelry and wall hangings. They use recycled window glass and other scavenged materials like aluminum foil, copper wire, and take-out plates to assemble their work.
Fire Cider offers the benefits of unfiltered apple cider vinegar, mixed with raw roots, fruits and honey for a product that is a balanced layer of sweet, tart and spice.
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.
A longtime vendor with Urbanspace, Litchi Accessories has been selling handmade products since 1994. All designs are made in Nepal from 100% sheep’s wool. They oversee the entire process of buying, dying and knitting the wool. The end result are original, funky streetwear designs in vivid colors, as well as conservative styles in muted colors.
Fresh Fruit Vinegars by Mangé bring the taste of fresh fruit to your cocktails and meals all year long. Made with fruit picked at its peak, these low-cal vinegars can liven up your meals and provide a non-alcoholic alternative cocktail this holiday season.
Hand-made fine jewelry fashioned with high-end finishes, using quality diamonds, sapphires, rubies, emeralds and all kind of natural precious stones to dazzle the eyes and the heart.