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BY AVIEL KANTER SRQ DAILY FRESHLY SQUEEZED CONTENT EVERY MORNING TUESDAY DEC 20, 2016

There's a new kid on the block, rolling in every third Saturday of the month with vintage wears, melodic tunes, good grub and hand-made everything—Canned Ham Vintage owner Ashley Rogers has allowed a new corner of town to blossom with her Rosemary District Indie Market. Among the vendors at the second-ever market scene this past Saturday was the team behind Wood Street Studio, their open-air booth lined with items from woodworker Dale Rieke's signature woodsy hand such as benches, frames and meat mallets, along with one-of-a-kind finds photographer Jenny Acheson has amassed on her travels to South Africa. Perfect for perching on built-in shelves, drab office desks and light-drenched kitchen windows, the duo and friends took smaller pieces of aromatic cedar and Australian pine and made them into tea candle and succulent holders—when the candle burns, the inner circle of wood radiates red and gives off a natural, earthy sweetness, no artificial fragrance needed. Grab a few different sizes at Wood Street's booth at the next Indie Market, scheduled for January 21. 

Read more about the husband and wife team behind Wood Street Studio in an article from our September 2016 issue here

For more information about the Rosemary District Indie Market, visit their website here

Wood Street Studio

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