Top 10 Hot Finds At The San Mateo Harvest Festival

October 28, 2011 12:00 AM

(Photo credit by Harvest Festival)

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( Annual Harvest Festival | Photo credit by Harvest Festival Facebook)

KCBS knows the perfect place to get a holiday gift! This season, shop at the San Mateo Harvest Festival November 11th through the 13th Friday and Saturday from 10am – 6pm and Sunday from 10am -5pm at the San Mateo County Event Center. With such an amazing gift selection, you won’t want to shop anywhere else this Holiday Season.

#1 – Natural Soy Candles

From Acorn Candle Company

Each soy candle is handcrafted from 100% biodegradable, FDA certified Ecosoya wax, which is produced from domestically grown soybeans. None of the candles contain any petroleum products, and all are made with all natural botanical fragrances and cotton wicks

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#2 – Festive Santa Claus Dolls

From Kyler Kraft Studio

Stephanie Kyler has skillfully combined her love of Santa with German doll making techniques for over a decade. Each face is sculpted by the artist and all the costumes are intricately designed and hand sewn. These Santas are truly collectors’ items, which she hopes you will enjoy collecting.

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#3 – Handcrafted Cedar Trunks & Jewelry Chests

From Wald Works

Constructed from only the finest selection of northern red oak and oak veneers, and set with a Danish finish, Wald Works creates top of the line armoires, jewelry chests, and trunks that are sure to become an heirloom in any family.

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#4 – Gourmet Cappuccinos & Cocoas

From Cheers to You

Never has an instant mix been more delicious and full of flavor. No muss, no fuss, and no messy cleanup….Just ladle in a few spoons of the powdered mix and add hot water for a rich and scrumptious beverage.

#5 – Contemporary Apparel

From Sachiko Fashions

Fashion artist Sachiko brings her creative East meets West collection, featuring her classic mix and match component, to the Harvest Festival. Her garments can easily be adapted from the office to eveningwear, all with cleverly -layered looks and thoughtful attention to comfort, ease of care and flattering cuts.

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#6 – Soothing Night Lights

From Greg Dixon

Artist and Craftsman Greg Dixon first hand carves each light in wax, often taking days to complete, and once the carving is finished, a mold is created. Then, special blends of resins bonded with minerals are poured into the mold and hand cast to create the final product.

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#7 – Sophisticated & Affordable Jewelry

From Aquamarine Jewelry Studio

Designers Brooke & Patrick Glineur strive to use the nicest fresh water pearls and semi precious stones available to create their unique, beautiful, simple and best of all affordable jewelry.

#8 – Marquetry Furniture, Mirrors & Fine Art

From Hudson River Inlay

Hudson River Inlay specializes in the fine art of Marquetry, which is the practice of using a material, such as wood or shell, inland piece by piece onto a surface then veneered to another surface.

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#9 – Delicious, Indulgent Caramel Apples

From DeBrito Chocolate Factory

Voted by the Wall Street Journal as one of the best caramel apples in the country, DeBrito Chocolate Factory starts with the crispest apples and drenches them in buttery caramel, smothering them in the decadent toppings such as dark chocolate, cashews, coconut, toffee, chocolate chips, cherries and more.

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#10 – Intricate Hand Blown Glass Vases, Bowls & Ornaments

From Slow Burn Glass

Oakland based glassblower Bryan Goldenberg is an expert in his field, creating all his designs with the focus of color and clean lines in each piece. Many of the designs are not just artistic but can be used as functional vessels, such as bowls, vases and platters