［Ended］[Vancouver] MUJI Community Market – Meet Local CraftersSaturday, October 10 & Sunday, October 11
- Event date：
- Saturday, October 10 & Sunday, October 11
- Activity time：
- 12PM - 5PM
- Event location：
- 1125 Robson St, Vancouver, BC V6E 1B5
- Entrance fee：
ABOUT THE EVENT
We’re thrilled to introduce our first MUJI Community Market, to be hosted at MUJI Robson Street this October!
This weekend on October 10 and 11, Vancouver-based jewelry artisan @FrannyEJewelry and leather crafter @AeonLeatherStudio will be joining us to host a weekend pop-up market and exhibit their handmade crafts to our MUJI Community!
Aeon Leather Studio will offer free personalization with purchase at the market.
We want to invite everyone to the MUJI Community Market to support our local artists and small business partners in Vancouver, BC. Make sure to come by and say hi!
THIS WEEKEND’S VENDORS
FRANNY E FINE JEWELRY
Every piece of Franny E Fine Jewelry is carefully hand-formed from scratch in limited releases with tools from Franny’s Father and Grandfather. Beginning with alloying their own precious and semi-precious metals, pieces are cut, hammered, sanded, textured, and published by hand. They believe in creating adornments and objects that will transcend the ages and become heirlooms and objects of desire.
Franny E Fine Jewelry is committed to sourcing metals, diamonds, and natural gemstones that are sourced in socially, environmentally, and morally responsible ways. They use reclaimed bronze and pure fine silver and gold coins to compose their alloys.
AEON LEATHER STUDIO
Aeon means indefinite or a very long period of time. Leather is a natural material that has been used since the ancient time. With meticulous workmanship and high-end quality leather, leather products can last for decades. Alex, the leather crafter behind Aeon Leather Studio, established the brand in 2015. Aeon represents the quality and value of her work. Each piece of leather has got its own unique character and strength. Often when the leather products are in the hands of new owners, they will develop their own story over time.
Most of the leathers are sourced locally in Vancouver, BC, occasionally from other places. Every leather product is handmade from cutting to finishing. Alex believes that creating things by hand can truly feel its craftsmanship, effort, and spirits.