Consignment for artists and crafters
During the Waterford Fair, the Waterford Foundation offers fair-goers a selection of one-of-a-kind handmade crafts from more than 100 craftspeople–also chosen by a jury for their quality–sold in the Old Mill Shop. These items are attractively displayed in the lovely and historic Mill, and sold by Foundation volunteers.
Basketry, woodwork, jewelry, textiles, pottery, Christmas decorations, and other decorative objects are some of the many items that are attractively displayed in this lovely and historic setting. The crafts-person need not be present, although volunteer help is always welcome.
APPLICATIONS ARE NO LONGER BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE 2017 FAIR
For current 2017 applicants: Accepted applicants will receive a copy of their Consignment Proposal form with jury review decisions and comments, a Consignment Record form to list items, quantities and prices of work to be sold, and information about the check-in and check-out process. Those not accepted will be notified by email.
Mill Consignment Forms:
Applicants notified of jury review decisions.
Fri, Sept 29 & Sat, Sept 30
Check-in of work to be sold at the Mill. Consignors may come either day, between 9 am and noon.
October 6, 7 & 8
The Fair! 10 am – 5 pm each day
Mon, Oct 9
9am – noon. Sorting of unsold work. Mill Committee volunteers gather each consignor’s unsold work in a designated space for check-out inventory.
Mon, Oct 9 or Sat, Oct 14
Check-out of unsold work Consignors may come either day: October 9: 1pm – 4pm October 14: 10am – noon
Payment issued to consignors for sales at the Old Mill Shop