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Made In Monroe County, Alabama Merchandise
16 oz. Local Honey
16 oz. jar of locally produced honey by Brett Loftin
4- Piece Hand-Painted Dinner Setting
Hand painted food- safe china dinner setting by Monroeville artist Faye Dueitt. ( The Purple Papaya)
Colorful hand-sewn apron designed by Monroeville seamstress Evelyn Harhai.
Auntie Em's Yeast Rolls
Homade yeast rolls
Clay ornaments created by Monroeville artist Emilie Oglesby.
Custom Made Christmas Ornaments
Custom made hand painted clay Christmas Ornaments by Monroeville Artist Faye Dueitt (The Purple Papaya).
Fish Serving Tray
Large round etched fish serving tray, oven safe, by Monroeville potter Sam Williams
Glazed Pottery Serving Bowl
Glazed pottery serving bowls of various sizes by Monroeville potter Sam Williams. Dishwasher, oven and microwave safe!
Glazed White Flower Tray
Glazed white flower tray by Monroeville potter Sam Williams
Glazed White Flower Vase
Glazed white flower vase by Monroeville potter Sam Williams
Idividual Dinner Pieces
Made by Monroeville artist Faye Dueitt. Prices may vary!
Monroeville birdhouses designed, constructed and hand-painted by various area artist. Funds raised go to a revolving fund to create additional locally made items by local artist and craftsmen.
Mugs, various sizes, shapes and colors, by Monroeville potter Sam Williams
Personalized and hand- painted chalkboard- produced by Monroeville artisan Chris Salter. Great for a child's gift, or for display in your own kitchen as a message board!
President Barack Obama Face Jug
President Barack Obama face jug by Monroeville potter Sam Williams
Shaving mug and Williams Shaving Soap by 2nd generation Monroeville potter Sam Williams.
Wooden monograms and Initials, various sizes and styles, by Monroeville artisan Chris Salter. (also may be covered in burlap or hand-painted, for additional fee)