Each year, the Show brings together more than 100 U.S. and international artisans and dealers, including a number of I.G.M.A. Artisans and Fellows. They offer collectors unique, well-crafted 1-inch, 1/2-inch, and 1/4-inch scale miniatures from around the world.

Sunday, April 23, 2017

A few Artisans coming to the Oct 2017 Show

Bridget McCarty Miniature Pets creates charming 1:12 scale miniature pets and scenes, fanciful characters and figures. aliceinteacup@yahoo.com, http://www.BridgetMcCarty.com

Valerie Anne Casson, France, handcrafts fine ceramics, hand-painted toys and furniture, lavishly attired French-style dress mannequins, and more. valcasson@gmail.com, http://www.valeriecasson.com

IGMA Fellow Troy Schmidt, Red Dragon Pottery, creates 1:12 scale hand-thrown pottery from fine English porcelain.  RedDragonPottery@gmail.com, http://reddragonpottery.com

IGMA Fellow Sylvia Mobley creates porcelain figures, wild and domestic animals, a line of resin figures, and a diminutive Christmas Village and Haunted Village. pinerose@dishmail.net, www.sylviamobley.com 

Nicole Walton Marble designed this 18th century caned bidet with porcelain by Jeffrey Gueno from Le Chateau Interiors. Email: namable@sprynet.com. Web: http://www.williamson-walton-marble.com

Floral arrangement by Laura Crain, Dollhouse land, lauracrain2@aol.comTable designed by Michael Reynolds of Miniatures Limited based in Atlanta,Georgia.

A gentleman's shop for the discerning man by Rainbow Hand and Kathy Tepper. 
Web: www.rainbowhandandkathy.com/

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