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SNAG’s annual Trunk Show & Sale provides a venue for both established and emerging designers, jewelers and metalsmiths to present their work to a wide and varied audience. In addition to conference attendees, the sale will be open to the general public, which can include wholesale buyers, collectors & gallery representatives.

General Admission
Free and open to the public and conference attendees on Saturday, June 4, 2022 from 3:00 – 6:00 pm.

VIP Tickets – $50 per person online registration / $60 on-site
Beat the crowds and enjoy access to SNAG’s Annual Trunk Show an hour before other shoppers with this VIP pass (2:00-3:00). Sip champagne as you chat with the makers and get first pick of their collections. VIPs will also have access to a separate checkout area, which will remain open throughout the event.  Limited VIP spots are available on a first-come, first-served basis for this exclusive access.

Want to be an exhibitor at the 2022 Trunk Show & Sale?
Space is available with a $100 deposit through the online conference registration system.

  • Trunk Show artists must also register for the conference.
  • Trunk Show artists must be a current SNAG member.
  • $65 of this deposit is refundable after participation.
  • Each spot includes one 3’ x 2’ spot on a table-clothed table and 1 chair.
  • Digital promotional material will be provided.
  • SNAG receives 25% of the retail price for all sales. The participant receives 75%.
  • An annual favorite, space is limited and fills up fast, so don’t wait to reserve your spot!

Cancellation Policy: If you cancel your Trunk Show Exhibitor Registration by March 15th, you will receive a full refund of your deposit. After May 3rd, there is no refund for cancellations or no shows. COVID cancellation policy applies.

Questions?  Contact Pam Robinson, Trunk Show & Sale Coordinator at trunkshow@snagmetalsmith.org

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2022 Trunk Show Artists

Peter Antor

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Adam Atkinson

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Eric Burris

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Ben Cooke-Akaiwa

This bold collection of art jewelry is made for anyone looking to make a statement.

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John Teal Crutchfield

Graphics on metal. Art history paintings.

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Megan Degen

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Ben Dory

Stainless granulation

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Taylor Fentz

Modial Locket Necklace: one in a newly developing collection of curiosity inspired jewelry

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Don Friedlich

One of a kind brooches and necklaces made of glass and affordable earrings and cufflinks made of silver, gold and vermeil.

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Alicia Goodwin

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Ian Henderson

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Marilyn Koch

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Lynn Latta

Porcelain is used to create thrown and hand formed pieces which are set with sterling silver.

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Emma Mankin-Morris

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The Metals Guild at Ball State University

A broad range of jewelry and wearables. Tufted fabric earrings, cast silver pendants, and forged cuffs are only a few examples of work from the many talented artists contributing to our table.

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Metal Objects

Fun, simple, modern jewelry. Kim Sheridan

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Pasha Moezzi

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naiad jewels

Cast and fabricated earrings and pendants of sterling silver, natural stone, and/or recycled materials. Sarah Wheaton

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Erika Novak

Wearable contemporary jewelry

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Tabitha Ott

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Bridget Parlato

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Emily Pellini

A range of colorful, textural, and illustrative enamel wearables.

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Mary Raivel

Colorful limited-production and one-of-a-kind work, including pieces from my Puffy collection.

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Erin Rice

Handmade, high quality jewelry

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Stacy Rodgers

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Aline Shapiro

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Leslie Shershow

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Jason Stein

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Aina Sullivan

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Mercury Swift

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Kelly Ann Temple

Powder coated earrings, necklaces and pins inspired by Victorian medical environments and modern interactions.

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University of Georgia Jewelry+Metals

Jewelry made by current graduate students at the University of Georgia.

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Mary Kay Witmer

Experimental reflections of nature in jewelry designs. Water castings, sterling silver, vitreous enamels and a spritz of powder-coat.

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April Wood

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you so fine jewelry

Handcrafted silver and gold fine jewelry. Kerrin Pantelakis

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