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Architectural Christmas

The beauty of architectural structures from the past help make the 2012 Decorative Theme come to life this year. With door frames, house columns, staircases, and other elements from 1800/1900s historic homes moved into the open spaces of the gallery, the Christmas decorations come together READ MORE »

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Salisbury Mansion at Christmas

Once the home to one of Worcester County's wealthiest families, the Salisbury Mansion has been restored and furnished based on surviving architectural evidence, information found in the voluminous family papers and manuscript collections, and is Worcester's only historic house museum. Each year, in celebration of READ MORE »

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Halloween Opening

Known around the country for Christmas, Vaillancourt Folk Art has always been proactive when it came to the Fall season, especially for Halloween. After the Gallery's Fall Opening with the Hallow Wine and Chocolate Pairing, Vaillancourt Folk Art is happy to be open for the READ MORE »

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Tall and Thin: A Tree for Ornaments

During Christmas, the search for the perfect Christmas Tree often results in a mid-height tree that is full of beautiful branches that hide the trunk of the tree. While a nice full tree is very pleasing, it often makes it difficult to decorate to enjoy READ MORE »

Pierced Creamware Vase

Brighten your table with Creamware

Even though this winter was record setting for most regions in the United States and even though there was snowfall in Massachusetts as late as March 21st (the first full official day of Spring), we can be certain that the green grass will emerge shortly READ MORE »

Show your collection!

Have you been collecting our Chalkware? Do you have some great technique or useages for our products when you decorate? Please feel free to submit photos of your decorations for us to use in our Collector's Corner

A Victorian Dickens Christmas

This years' Christmas decoration at Vaillancourt Folk Art is a celebration of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol". A Gingerbread themed canopy bed, sparkling "Icy" dining room, a walk through a wintry garden and even a Victorian Dickens' office all bring a feeling of the perfect READ MORE »