We couldn't resist planning another few events before the end of the year for you, Portland!
Saturday, December 16th at the Buckman Coffee Factory
From 10 AM to 3 PM on Saturday, December 16th, we'll be with Marigold Coffee and some other close friends and fellow female artisans at the Buckman Coffee Factory (a very cool co-roasting space at 1105 SE Main Street).
Come finish up the last of your Christmas shopping with handmade ceramics, hot beverages, small-batch cocktail sets, local craft coffee, one-of-a-kind jewelry and more from Wolf Ceramics, Marigold Coffee, Just Joey Rose, and Freeland Spirits.
(If you can't join us on Saturday, we'll also be participating in Madre Linen's holiday pop-up on from 5-9 pm on Friday, December 15 at 2024 N Argyle St.)
Buckman Coffee is a sizable space which means we'll be able to bring an equally sizable selection of plates, bowls, serving ware, mugs and vases with us! We've been working on really fun new styles and forms all year — many of which you can see on online, but some we only make in smaller quantities to sell in-person.
Just Joey Rose
Joey Rose!!! The glazist and keeper-of-all-things-moving at Wolf Ceramics is also a one-of-a-kind jewelry and accessories designer whose work we absolutely love. Her handmade fiber earrings, necklaces and leather bags are enigmatic, funky, and fun. The type of things that feel like statement pieces, but that you'll find yourself reaching for on any given day. Great for gifts — both for friends and yourself. If you know, you know!
There's a lot to love about Marigold Coffee! For one, they specialize in sourcing the highest quality speciality coffee beans from unique growers around the world. Buying coffee from them is like buying fresh produce at your farmers market — they only purchase beans when they're freshest and at their seasonal best. Founding sisters Joey and Cassy also founded Buckman Coffee Factory, a co-roasting space that is shared by other coffee entrepreneurs.
If you like the sound of fresh, seasonal coffee, you'll also love what the gals at Freeland Spirits are doing. This female-founded and operated distillery works with local female farmers to source fresh, high quality ingredients to make small batch whiskeys and gins. We loved working with them on a collaborative cocktail set this year — which should be available for sale at the pop-up.