Vendors and the goods sold at Palafox Market change weekly to accommodate a wide range of local talent and community interests. Produce and herbs rotate out as the summer season progresses to ensure only the freshest items are available to shoppers. Be sure to arrive early if you see something you really want. Fresh produce is in high demand and goes quickly.
*2019/20 Palafox Market Vendor Application Fee: $35 (non-refundable)
Please allow a minimum of 4-6 weeks for application review and vendor status notification
PALAFOX MARKET VENDORS: COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are the Market hours?
Palafox Market vendor hours are 8am-2pm. Palafox Market is open from 9am-2pm to the general public.
Is Palafox Market held every Saturday?
YES! Rain or shine each weekend, with ONE exception: there is no Palafox Market held during the weekend of the annual Mardi Gras Grand Parade.
How do I become a Palafox Market vendor?
Download an application above that most closely coincides with your category. Submit your completed application, along with the $35 application fee and samples/photos of your work (if applicable), either in person or by mail to: DIB Palafox Market, 226 South Palafox Place, Suite 106, Pensacola, FL 32502. Please allow a minimum of 4-6 weeks for us to complete our review and process your application. During this time, you can expect a scheduled call or one-on-one meeting with the Market Manager. Farms and cottage kitchens will be scheduled for a mandatory site visit/personal tour by the Market Manager. It is our goal to expedite the application and approval process for prospective vendors, and you will hear from us as soon as possible.
How do I know if I qualify to be a Palafox Market vendor?
Palafox Market vendors must be located within 100 miles of Pensacola. All items must be, as much as possible, sourced locally and all art must be handmade/created by you. Palafox Market is not open to resellers (ex: Mary Kay, Pampered Chef, etc.). Please review the market handbook that is located within the online application for more detailed information and specific requirements. If you have a question that is not answered there, you will have the opportunity to discuss it with the Market Manager in person during the application processing stage.
Which category should I use if I have more than one item?
If you have items that fit into different categories, fill out the pertinent information and check the pertinent boxes on your application to ensure we are able to quickly access all of the information needed to process your application.
We look forward to meeting you and thank you for supporting Palafox Market!
PALAFOX MARKET VENDORS
Delia Stone’s Studio
Work Phone: 850-346-3009workWork Email: DeliaStonesStudio@gmail.comINTERNET
Delia Stone is one of Pensacola, Florida’s top jewelry artists. Winner of multiple awards and published six times in the national jewelry maker?s magazine Step by Step Wire, Delias techniques are adapted from the styles developed in ancient Egypt, Phoenicia, and Peru. Delia explains that contrary to popular misconception, wire work is indeed an art. It has just been a lost art for thousands of years and is finally re-emerging to take its place amongst the world?s aesthetics once again.
Along with the ancient and timeless techniques of history?s greatest civilizations, Delias signature Victorian era Needle-lace work, which she helped popularize amongst today?s jewelry artists, is characteristic of her great attention to detail. Her Green Corn stitch, inspired by her experiences in a traditional Muskogee Creek Stomp Dance society is especially popular amongst Native American style artists. Delia likes to work with precious and semi-precious stones; labradorite, ammonite fossils and carved bone. He work is bound exclusively with precious metals by cold-connection techniques, without glue or solder. These diverse influences and natural flowing techniques give Delia Stone?s work a timeless character that is both classical and modern.
A lover of nature, Delia first began making wire jewelry in 1991 by wrapping polished stones for friends and family. Initially she made her pieces to give away as gifts as she developed her unique style. Knowledge of her work grew and Delia subsequently began receiving orders from people eager to commission and purchase her work. Being self-taught, Delia had to seek out and conceptually deconstruct the many styles and techniques she has since made a natural part of her art. As her talents developed she quickly began receiving requests for hands on jewelry lessons which inspired a line of Delia Stone original tutorials and a series of formal classes. She looks forward to teaching others what she struggled on her own to learn, giving her students something she never had; a professional foundation and instruction on basic to advanced techniques, encouraging the continuance of her craft for the future. She has taught wire-wrap jewelry classes all over the Southeast, and currently resides in Pensacola, Florida where she offers group classes and individual instruction by appointment. Delia firmly believes that to become a professional artist, one only need take their work seriously and understand the value of bringing a vision to life.