Artisan Vendors

We are looking for local artists to showcase their arts and crafts for sale.  If you are interested please review and complete our application Vendor Application or send us an email for more details

2018 Artisan Vendors

We would love to have you be a part of this community event with us!

Browse our unique selection of artisan vendors who will be at the Silicon Valley Pig Jig selling their specialty items. Be wowed by custom pieces from these local artisans featuring a wide variety of items. Select any image below to view the vendors website with more information on their unique products.


LoveCharlieJo – Bay Area business with a passion for creating beautiful, hand poured, clean burning soy candles. Infuse your space with decadent, complex fragrances to create truly engaging experiences for your senses!
We Have a Cap for That – we wrangle bottle tops and turn them from trash to treasures! Unique custom bottle caps from necklaces to keychains and wine charms! and zipper pulls for backpacks.
Plant n’ Chat – Unique succulent arrangements.  Plant n’ Chat offers private and public make and take workshops/ planting parties – wow your guests with a unique, thoughtful and fun experience.
Earth Body Botanicals – each product utilizes botanical benefits, is formulated to treat our skin well and is packaged in recyclable containers. Always made in small batches to ensure high quality.
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Made By Dora – Searching high quality Italian raw materials is part of the love put into creating handmade creations. Attention to spotting new combinations of materials – from glass to resin, crystal to metal, unique colors, designs and shapes.
Bead in Hand Designs – Unique, fun, and fashionable limited-edition handmade beaded jewelry and meditation malas/beads, using semi-precious gemstones, wood, shells, lava, Czech glass, and other natural elements.
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MATR – Handmade, ergonomic, organic cushions for floor sitting/laying – designed for what MATRs!
SALT jewelry by Sarah Borgeson. Sophisticated and poetic one of a kind jewelry.
Lindsey Loo Letters – unique hand painted pumpkins (some real and some faux) and hand painted small wood signs.
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The Honey Ladies – Growing up on a family farm Wendy learned beekeeping skills from her mother and stepfather, helping them care for hundreds of hives and selling thousands of pounds of raw honey at local Farmers’ Markets.
Handcrafted by Jerry – what started as a hobby making furniture has evolved to creating wood products ranging from bird houses and planters to a wide variety of cutting boards with various woods from around the world.