Shops and Fairs

Continuing the tradition of accessible markets, there are four operating shops of the Southern Highland Craft Guild in addition to the bi-annual Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands. The shops are located in North Carolina, Asheville and Blowing Rock, with a range of handmade originals from Guild members. Each shop is distinct in its own charm, inviting you to experience the craftsmanship at its most raw form. Perhaps it is a piece of salt-fired pottery or woven blanket, we guarantee that each work is made in America by juried artisans.

Shop Our Retail Stores

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Folk Art Center

Located at Milepost 382 on the Blue Ridge Parkway in Asheville, NC. Operating hours are January - March open 9am to 5pm. From April - December open 9am to 6pm.

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Moses Cone Manor

Located at Milepost 294 on the Blue Ridge Parkway in Blowing Rock, NC. Parkway Craft Center has been open seasonally since 1951, from March 15th to November 30th. Operating hours are 9am to 5pm daily.

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Biltmore Village

Located at 26 Lodge St. in Biltmore Village of Asheville, NC. Operating hours are Monday-Saturday 10am to 6pm. All Sundays open 12pm to 5pm

Exhibitions + Galleries

Throughout the year the Folk Art Center showcases over seven different exhibitions of work by makers of the Southern Highland Craft Guild and beyond in the upstairs galleries.

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Tunnel Road

Located at 930 Tunnel Road in Asheville, NC. Guild Crafts was established in 1955 alongside Stuart Nye Jewelry. Operating hours are 10am to 6pm daily. Sundays during October, December, 10am to 4pm.

Online Store

Discover over 600 handmade works by artists of the Guild. This online retail store carries crafts ranging from traditional to contemporary in glass, wood, clay, fiber, metal, and more.

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Daily Craft Demonstrations
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Experience Asheville's Craft Fairs
70 Years

Maple Fall Plique a Jour Necklace

Plique a Jour enamel maple leaf earrings and necklace.  Artist Linda Caristo uses the very rare Plique a Jour enamel in sterling silver. Popular during the Art Nouveau Era and unlike the fragile antique jewelry these are made with a durable resin based enamel so they can be worn without the fear of breakage. Plique…