Clover Market: Winter Edition Happening This Weekend in Philly

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Goods from this weekend’s winter market. | Images via Cuttalossa, Assemblage333, Picked Vintage, Priya Means Love and Rider Designs.

It’s no secret that we love the Clover Market – how could we not? It combines all the greatest things our society has to offer: artisan goods handmade with love, hearty food truck delights, and flowing cocktails. Does a Saturday or Sunday get any better? We’ve got the scoop on the coolest vendors, food and booze, plus how to score first dibs on everything at this weekend’s market.  Read more »

Flea Market Preview: 10 Best Vendors at This Weekend’s Clover Market

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Prime picks (clockwise from top left): Zoet Bathlatier, joeyfivecents, Laura K. Murdoch Fine Art, Diament Jewelry and Threet Ceramics.

One of my fave flea markets rolls into town again this weekend. Clover Market — an outdoor marketplace for vintage and handmade treasures — comes to Bryn Mawr this Sunday (go here for a map of the location; it’s from 10am to 5pm, rain or shine), and brings with it its usual array of handpicked vendors (more than 100 of them). But the vast selection can be overwhelming, so I’ve found your perfect guide — Janet Long, Clover’s fearless founder.

I got Long to give me the skinny on her favorite vendors, and she didn’t disappoint. Keep reading for her expert picks, and then prepare to hit those booths first. Happy hunting!  Read more »

Clover Market Is Back This Weekend

Image via Carrie Hill Photography

Clover Market is back this weekend January 24 and 25, everyone. You know the drill: 60 super-curated vendors selling art, jewelry, antiques and architectural salvage, food trucks, craft beer and cocktails. Plus, it’s in the 23rd Street Armory, so it’s happening rain or shine. But what you might not know is that there’s VIP access—and it’s totally worth it.

Learn more about it here.

Bryn Mawr’s New Isabella Sparrow Is a Clover Market Spin-Off

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Photo of the Bryn Mawr store from Isabella Sparrow Facebook page.


Ardmore’s outdoor Clover Market is a home decor mecca for enthusiasts of the vintage farmhouse/warehouse/industrial aesthetic. Want an old tin sign with rusty edges? An antique watering can that doubles as a planter? Some bowling pins with flaking paint? The Clover Market is the place to go.

Vendor Hillary O’Carroll has been so successful with that kind of merchandise at the Market, she’s now opened a store — the first Clover Market bricks-and-mortar spin-off in Lower Merion Township, according to the Main Line Times.

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