Spring and summer's open-air Clover Market, stocked with antiques, crafts and handmade items galore, makes its winter return at the 23rd Street Armory (22 S. 23rd St.) on Saturday, Jan. 24 and Sunday, Jan. 25.
From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. over the course of the two days, two unique rosters of vendors, food trucks, warm beverage suppliers and cocktail crafters will offer a welcome respite from the drab weather and post-holiday shopping scene.
Here is a selection of the over 60 vendors set to make an appearance this weekend:
Olde Good Things: Architectural items, furniture, lighting and garden antiques, including ornate lighting fixtures, mirrors and more.
Wise Owl Shop: Plaid and knit scarves and neckwamers and bootsleeves.
Littlegreenthings: Whimsical reclaimed wood art with yarn embroidery details.
Pocketbook Vintage: High-end and designer vintage wears.
INDICAN: Culturally inspired wood, coral, bone, horn, stone and glass jewelry.
Art Star: A grab bag of local handmade products like jewelry, art, accessories, wood items and more.
Hoof and Antler: Men and women's vintage clothing, photos, books mugs, wall art and other vintage knick-knacks.
Bmore Papercuts: Intricate, hand cut paper pieces.
croí+anam: Hand-woven scarves and blankets
Vintage Junk in My Trunk: Unique finds from antique, vintage and flea markets including glass figurines, antique games and books, and vintage pottery.