Vendor List 2017

downloadWe have over 30 vendors this year offering everything from
pottery and paintings to jewlry, metal scultpure and fabric arts.
Browse from a wide variety of handmade Items and locally grown goods.
Find an Original gift for your loved one at the 2017 Cascabel Community Fair.
Here is the currant 2017 Fair Vendor list with Some links.


Additional vendors may show up.


Akasha center of Light (Off-Site) Paintings and Wreaths by Ivan Wilson.

All natural botanical skin Creams and by Plexylabs. Christine Austin.

Baskets,Jewelry and Handcrafted items presented by members of the Seri Indian Tribe of Mexico and Mike Gray.

Cascabel Clayworks Pottery by Barbara Clark and David Blocker.

Cascabel Community Services info booth by Donna Quisenberry.

Elksong Jewlery. Cheri Sommerville.  On Etsy.

Embroidered blouses and towels, Recycled paper jewelry. Enriquetta and Holly with quilts and other sewn crafts.

Firewise info booth by Bonnie Bell.

Hand decorated clothing by Alluvium Designs. Jude Martinez-Keene.

Handmade fabrics, wreaths and sewn notions By Susan Corl.

Iventosh Pottery. Stoneware Pottery by Andy Iventosh.

Jellies and Unique Wreaths by Jinx Dole.

Jewelry by Delight’s Earthly Delights. Delight and Pete Edgell.

Oasis Bird Sanctuary Booth by Janet Trumbule, Pat Rudikoff.

Paintings by Steve Willcox.

Photography and Cards by Michael Giscombe.

Photography, Cards, Mesquite Crafts by R&K Waldt.

Photos and Cards by High Desert Productions. Larrine and Mel Milne.

Pottery by Frank Tomizuka.

Pottery by Paul Zeigler.

Quality SW Indian Jewelry. Mark Antia.

Ron Applegate Saddle Shop. Jacquie and Ron Applegate lariat baskets and horseshoe holders,black-smithed items.

Rustic Mesquite Furniture and Lamps by DJ.

Saguaro Juniper grassfed beef. Pat’s paintings and Daves bells.

Salves de Desierto by Christina Clifford and Nina.

Shooting Star Pottery Martha Kelly.

Spice of the Desert. Vegetables, Wildcrafted Soaps and Salves by Willow Spicewood.

Stones and Jewelry by Dawn Productions. Connie and Charlie VanMeter.

Tatting, Soaps and Jelly by Migs Nelson.

Turned Wooden Bowls by Sam Janesko and paintings by Shannon Bishop.

Tie Dye by Doc’s Dyes. Paul “Doc” and Katie Dougherty.

Voter Registration Booth by Jeannine Thomas.

Windraven and Rainbow Feather Spirit Medicine -Yaqui medicine man–incense, rattles, spirit fetishes Raven Vega and Lisa McCord.


Steve Willcox.
Elksong Jewelry.

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Sam Janesko

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Ivantosh Pottery

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Alluvium Designs

Three new designs and one new style of T’shirt for the 2017 Cascabel Community Fair. Hand Cut Stencil Designs made on New and Gently used Cotton T’shirts using a dye discharge/stencil technique by Jude Martinez Keene.

Spice of the Desert

Soaps & Salves
By Willow Spicewood

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Cascabel Clayworks

David Blocker and Barbara Clark make functional pottery at Cascabel Clayworks.
The work is hand thrown on a potter’s wheel, hand painted with a variety of designs which feature the desert landscape where we live and glazed before firing to stoneware temperatures.
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Lidded Jars 10”tall.

Just-fired mugs and pitchers.

Ron Applegate Saddle Shop

6238 N Atwood Rd
Wilcox, AZ 85643
505-220-5842
505-220-7029
Email: ronapplegatesaddleshop@gmail.com

We sell authentic made Blacksmith products and art objects
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Also, We have hand made lariat rope art.
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Pictures from the 2008 Fair.

 

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