The de Young brings you the world—in our galleries you might see a ceremonial knife from Mexico made of obsidian and turquoise, or a coffin from Ghana carved in the shape of a cocoa pod. At the 4th annual Fair Trade Bazaar at the de Young on Friday, July 25 and Saturday, July 26, you’ll have the opportunity to purchase goods made by artisans from all over the globe—from the windswept deserts of Mauritania to the craggy peaks of the Andes.
We all have those people in our lives who are difficult to shop for, whether they’re super stylish, seem to have everything, or are just plain picky. Luckily, the Holiday Artisan Fair at the de Young offers a unique variety of gifts for everyone on your list. Now in its seventh year, the season’s best shopping event features 17 of the Bay Area’s top artisans displaying their unique wares. An extensive variety of jewelry, textiles, home accessories, books, stationery and gifts for kids make the Holiday Artisan Fair the perfect opportunity to buy local and meet the artisans