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Doylestown Arts Festival

On the street in Doylestown
On the street in Doylestown

This weekend is our favorite show of the year, the Doylestown Arts Festival. Hannah and I grew up in Doylestown, and there is no better place (except maybe fashion week in New York) to share our designs– SB CollectionsStone + Pearl Bridal, and a sneak peek into Stone + Pearl Coastal.

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If you are not familiar with the Doylestown Arts Festival, then you are not from the Philadelphia region! Local artists from Pennsylvania and the East Coast come together to sell and show their work. It is an eclectic community of vendors, musicians, artists, and shoppers. Oh, and the food is fabulous too. I know once a year I will guiltlessly eat fried Oreos, funnel cake, and cheese curds.

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It’s not fried cheese
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Sinfully scrumptious!!!

Doylestown is an artsy community that fully supports the Buy Local movement. Not only will you find local artists on the street this weekend, but take the opportunity to stop in the Doylestown Food Co-op for local and fresh eats, the Doylestown Bookshop, the many boutiques, and our kids favorite, Busy Bee Toy’s. Oh, and I have to mention, the County Theatre, where you can catch a great indie-film.
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Um, yes, I love my town and I hope this weekend, you do as well! Stop by our tent (#25) on State Street, between Hamilton and Clinton. If you can’t make it out this weekend, we welcome studio appointments to browse the collections.

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About Author

My name is Sarah Cornwell and I am the designer behind Sarah Cornwell Jewelry. I began making jewelry in 2000 while living in Arizona. At that time, I was designing more southwest style pieces to appeal to my customers. However, I found myself always being attracted to pearls and neutral and pastel color gemstones that brought back memories from trips to the beach with my family when I was a kid. My design style evolved into the coastal inspired jewelry it is today. I love the bright corals, cool greens, crisp whites, and curious shapes of the beach and strive to create that in every piece.

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