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The Chatham Fiddle Company

875 Main Street
Chatham, Cape Cod

Master instrument maker and musician Rose Clancy has a full selection of stringed instruments for sale or for rent. The shop offers music lessons on fiddle, banjo and mandolin, as well as hand-crafted folk art and bird houses by Gene Clancy. There are regular music sessions at the shop on Tuesdays through the summer, and special concerts throughout the year.

Boston Custom House by Vincent Castellanet

Vincent Francis Castellanet
Impressionist Artist

(978) 255-1040

Vincent Castellanet's paintings can be viewed at several major art galleries. For information about specific paintings, contact the artist directly. The painting, left, Boston Custom House can be seen on the cover of our latest Travel & Culture Guide (November 2009 - March 2010). To view additional New England landmarks painted by Mr. Castellanet, please click here.

The Spilled Pint Studio
Jay Mulligan

Quincy, MA | (617) 770-1414

Jay Mulligan is a talented painter who specializes in scenic landscapes and portraits of Ireland and its people. The South Boston native lived in Cork, where he ran an Irish pub that he won in an international contest sponsored by Guinness. He currently works out of his studio in Quincy and exhibits widely at artshows in the area. Image entitled: Casement Square, Cobh Co. Cork (20"x24").
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Waterford Crystal

For over 200 years Waterford has been the worlds leading maker of fine crystal with unsurpassed beauty and quality. Today, Waterford brand products include not only iconic stemware but bar-ware, gift-ware, bridal and home decor. Waterford is renowned for its special commemorative pieces including an engraved oval vase depicting the Massachusetts State House, and an oval bowl featuring the Public Garden and its famous swan boats (pictured). Wedding registries are available on site.

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