Jewelry, Linen scarves & purses
Terrariums & Candle Holder
Beds, Collars & Outfits
Shaving Items & Beverage Containers
Jake is a local college student that is very talented with woodworking. Jake has coasters with woodturning of Roanoke themed pictures and handcrafted cutting boards with inlay of the state of Virginia on them.
JiHi Designs is Christie Kang, she is from Roanoke. She specializes in Organic one of a kind designs made from metals such as fine silver, sterling silver, and bronze. She sometimes uses natural gemstones in her pieces. All handmade.
Belles Place make goats milk soaps and lotions, foot butters, dog shampoos and bug spray. Made locally in Roanoke, VA.
This is Blue Heron Pottery, local artist from Floyd, VA. Her pottery is well known here in VA. She uses lace as her stencil to create one of a kind patterns on each piece. She makes pitchers, tea sets, butter dishes, bowls and coasters. as well as vases of different sizes and varieties.
Ed Gallucci is a Photographer that lives here in Roanoke. Originally from Brooklyn, NY. His photography is of Musicians such as Rod Stewart, Bruce Springsteen, Gerry Garcia, etc. He also takes pictures of the local Roanoke area.
Anne Vaughan is a creative jewelry designer who makes jewelry out of her studio in Floyd, Virginia. Founded in 2006, she has made thousands of pieces. We are proud to sell her pieces in our shop
Raised in Hartford Ct. Peter was brought up with an appreciation of woodworking by his father, an old world cabinet maker from Austria. They spent many memorable hours together working on projects for their home.
Her pieces are on wooden boards each hand painted and then with added pieces of found objects. Her work is exquisite; each one tells a story. She even has some pieces with a railroad theme. She will be bringing in small pieces that will be matted. Each are unique.
Old Hollins Soap Co. is Scott Pickelsimer, a father of two boys and husband to a wonderful wife. Scott restores vintage straight razors and hand turns shaving brushes and razor handles from wood and acrylic. He also makes shaving soaps and balms.
John Reburn is a printmaker and owner of Appalachia Press. His background in typography and graphic design led him to explore the beauty and simplicity of old-school printing. John sells his beautifully handmade cards, posters & card sets at TINKS Place.
You can find us at 115 Salem Avenue SE, Roanoke, Virginia 24011
Across from the Taubman Art Museum
115 Salem Avenue SE, Roanoke, Virginia 24011
Tuesday - Thursday: 11am - 5pm
Friday: 11am - 5:30pm
Saturday: 11am - 5:30pm