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 Cynthia Ambs -The Daily Dally pet pillow- Ten years ago Cynthia rescued a puppy that had been hit by a truck and left to die.  With severe injuries to the pups legs, Cynthia used her ingenuity to create a pillow that the injured pup could comfortably lie in.  This ingenuity lead to her current creations, The Daily Dally Pet Pillows.  Because of the versatility of the pillow, which cradles animals in a natural way, her friends and family soon were asking for them for their pets as well.  Since there is no connected bottom the pillow can be moved easily from place to place without dirt build up, can be used with disposable pads for accidents, and easily can be washed in the washing machine.  When The Ahrensfeld's heard of these pillows,they bought each of their 6 dogs one of their own! Cash, the pittbull rescue,loves his the best - and will lay in it on any surface his Dad moves it to!!! 

 Dana Radford...... a lover of the moment. Whether it’s music, fashion, food or friends, she’s all in!  Dana is foremost a singer and songwriter, but her ability to see a diamond in the rough has made her an incredible collector, starting with vintage Japanese kimonos back in the early 80’s. When Cyndi Lauper was wearing tutus, Dana was wearing kimonos!  Fast forward to today.... her closet overflows and her collection of kimonos continues to grow. There is magic woven into each kimono and they are as unique as you and I! Let’s find you yours!

 Amy Crews- Amy’s award winning work has been featured in numerous publications, exhibits, and in notable corporate and private art collections.  She describes herself as a painter with a poet’s heart.  Recently, she was recognized as an "Emerging Artist" in Art Galleries and Artists of the South magazine and had her work installed as part of the permanent collection in the Alabama governors mansion.  She also achieved the personal dream of presenting a custom piece to Bono of U2.  Originally from Atlanta, Amy now resides in Birmingham with her husband, Matt and their two children.

 Erin Kaukas - is a designer of handmade totes, clutches and pillows.  She uses unique fabric combinations to make her designs standout.  Her passion for patterns and color combinations make each project unique.  Erin resides in Arlington Vermont with her husband, Martin and is Becca and Maddie’s cousin!!! 

McCreas Caramels

 McCreas Caramels - these caramels are the bomb- I’m going to start videoing the faces of customers when they first sample them! Reciprocity is carrying a nice selection of sizes and flavors of these decadent sweets- made from organic locally sourced products these WILL change your life!!!

LydieBug Mosaics - When Jayne Gallimore retired from the world of teaching she realized that she had the time to pursue her lifelong interest in art.....specifically mosaic art.  Her journey began with experimenting with designs on rocks using stained glass.  These evolved to her Garden Art.  She soon graduated to bigger and more detailed pieces - a stained glass mosaic she made on an old window for a friend started her obsession and launched her career as a mosaic artist!

Jayne uses stained glass for all her projects, whether she is working on windows, picture frames, rocks, or vintage oars.  She sometime incorporates other materials into her projects... clay, tiles, metal embellishments, even jewelry!! Her themes have a definite Massachusetts coastal flavor, lighthouses, fish, and seaside florals to name a few.  Follow her on Facebook!  Reciprocity is so pleased to have her join our artisan family!  

 Lockeland Table Community Kitchen and Bar- is nestled into the historic neighborhood of East Nashville. Its comforting dishes pay tribute to its Chef Hal’s upbringing which includes his condiments that Reciprocity is lucky enough to be able to offer to their Cape Cod patrons.  As one of our customers described, The Chimichurri sauce is so delicious, they want to drink it out of the jar! Take the challenge - try all of their products!!  

Conch Republic Body Essentials -Angela Berube started making soap 4 years ago when her family moved to Key West from Maine.  When helping her husband make wooden furniture and paddle boards, her failed attempt in making an organic surf wax became, instead, her formula for an amazingly great body lotion bar!  Utilizing raw butters and oils Angela has created a skin-loving blend of soap that looks amazing and smell wonderful - AND uses sustainable, raw, organic products whenever possible.  Her craft is inspired by living in paradise! 

Scarabocchio Jewelry - Lynn Abravanel and Patty LeGrand have been creating handcrafted sterling and gold jewelry since 1977 in Boston and Cape Cod.  Exhibiting under the name of Scarabocchio, their artistry can be seen at juried craft shows throughout New England.  Scarabocchio translates to scribbles, doodles, and designs that flow into classic style.  In creating their original pieces they are continuously experimenting with wire and sheets of sterling silver and gold metal to form their original jewelry.  Each design is constructed one piece at a time using old-fashioned hand tools.  In this way, they differ from other jewelers who cast or assemble.  All of the materials  that they use are of the highest quality sterling silver, 14 Karat Gold, and semi-precious stones.  Their unique designs appeal to many generations.  Their contemporary jewelry reflects their Cape Cod roots. They name many of their designs with a water theme. Examples are their Bass River Striper and Ebb Tide bracelets as well as the Sandbar earrings and bracelet.   

Niki Pinko- the creator of "Little Pieces of Key West", originally from Detroit, for over 30 years. A talented woodworker, she started making her "Niki Stik" hair clips over 20 years ago and sold them during sunset at Mallory Square.  

Her newest passion is her cigar box creations, reviving cigar boxes (some of them Cuban!) by masterfully adding little pieces of history to the tops. Her materials include reclaimed vintage linoleum (what she describes as the poor mans persian rug) and old Key West siding from restored Key West homes. The result is a treasure box representing the beautiful bright colors of Key West.  It was fate that we met Niki and a common love of reclaimed material that cemented our new friendship! Her pieces are a symbol of how she treasured each little piece of Key West.

 Nick Nickerson of Chatham Coastal Creations was forced to take a break from Commercial fishing when he was diagnosed with throat cancer a decade ago.  To stay busy he started making shell mirrors out of the scallop shells which are normally discarded at sea.  Their popularity launched a new career for Nick and in 2017 he added beautiful ornamental decorations with a variety of silhouettes cut out of the shells with a water laser jet.  He thought they would make a nice local gift to take home!  He was right!!!

 Andre Kleft, owner and founder of Savor Fine Foods grew up in Connecticut and for many years lived in San Francisco’s Bay Area working as a visual artist. He grew up in a home where meals were celebrations. Drawing deep from his personal experiences and his connection with the profound cultural variety of California,he redirected his creativity towards food production when he returned to his home state.  He was raised to believe that eating is an essential part of living with the utmost appreciation for good things: that which we take, give, and share with grace.  You can find a selection of his amazing shortbread at Reciprocity!!!

Helene Stracco Weavings

 Helene Stracco began weaving at Castle Hill Arts Center in Truro on Cape Cod in the early ‘70s . Prior to that, she learned to spin and dye wool in Brewster from a dynamic young woman who wore fresh water pearls in her hair. The first fleece she acquired was from Naushon Island off the coast of Falmouth and purchased after the roundup and shearing of the wild sheep that live on the island.  She enjoys weaving with natural and novelty fibers. Her work includes Saori style coats and toppers , scarves, and shawls. Hand dyed weft faced Ikat techniques are found in hr tapestries.  She achieved the level of master weaver in 1992after completing a four-year weaving program at the Hill Institute in Florence Ma.

She is a member of the Arts Foundation , The Society of Cape Cod Craftsmen, Providence art Association, The Cultural Arts Center in Yarmouth and The Weaving Netwirk of Cape Cod.  She has participated in artisans fairs on the Cape.