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Duck & Dodo is not just an antique market, and this isn't just an artisan shop. It is a hybrid of the two worlds. The Duck represents the Artisans - the new generation of creators building items out of the old. The Dodo is the Antiques - Vintage items that are gone and extinct, such is the Dodo. One before the other, though both connected. And Duck & Dodo is a place in the middle of those two worlds, somewhere that would give a customer a shopping experience that is really interesting and unique.

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Red Door Candle Studio – More Than Just Common Scents

Candles are romantic, they smell fantastic, and they make great presents! Most candles are made with paraffin, and can leave black spots on your ceiling. But the Red Door Candle Studio embodies simplicity itself, using nothing but soya and then adding their unique and vibrant scents!

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Diggen Dirt Design 

With over 25 years experience in the industry, you’d be hard pressed to find a better person to help you revamp your garden than Denise Hodgins. A graduate of Fanshawe College and the University of Guelph, and a former teacher as well, is here to be your “Garden Coach”. 

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 THE KUVU

A power couple from London, Ontario is taking home organization to a whole new level with the Kuvu, a product that can be used in multiple ways to hang, wrap, hold, loop, grab and store almost anything you can think of.

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 Photo by  Rustix Studio

Photo by Rustix Studio

Rustix – Live on the Edge

Rustix is an independent ‘live edge’ furniture producer run by Heather Torraville out of London, Ontario. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the term, ‘live edge’ (or natural edge) is a style of furniture that incorporates the natural edge of the wood into the design of the piece; leading to a more unique and individual look. The style was first pioneered by George Nakashima in his series for Knoll, a Pennsylvania based Furniture Company, in 1946.

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