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Clover Market Pops Up in Multiple Locations Around the Main Line

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Janet Gardner Long, founder of the pop-up market, Clover Market, shares some of her favorite items for fall.

Clover Market is back, with 220 vendors selling antiques, handmade items and vintage goods. Here are 8 unique picks curated by Clover founder, Janet Gardner Long. 

clover market necklace

Vintage handwriting necklaces by joeyfivecents. Written in cursive, these monograms make quite the personal statement. $30. joeyfivecents.com

clover market shirt

Joan Ramone organic cotton T-shirt. Kids don’t have to wait until Halloween to break out the bats. $28. joanramone.com

clover market wallet

Field’s minimalist card wallet from Stitching Horse. This super-slim full-grain leather wallet holds three cards and has a quick-draw thumb slot. $42. thestitchinghorse.com

clover market

Stone Cooper clip-cuff brass bracelet. Each is stamped with a custom individualized statement. $38. stonecooper.com

wallet

With Love From Philly zip bag from Ana Thorne. Store the items you usually dig around for in your purse in this handmade cotton bag. $13, anathorne.com

 

clover market earrings

GeoMetricGem geranium leaf earrings. Handmade from textured matte brass in Philadelphia. $48, store.philamuseum.org

women's coat

Beebop and Wally scroll coat. Snuggle up to fall in an asymmetrical Italian wool knit sweater coat. $245. beebopandwally.nyc

clover market scarves

Untold Imprint naturally dyed bandanas. Block-printed on organic cotton, they double as a headband or face mask. $32, untoldimprint.com

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