Although many of the 2011 Vaillancourt Chalkware pieces are designed in groupings, like the Santa in Sleigh and Reindeer, often we have found that collectors have mixed-and-matched with extraordinary design results. Take, for instance, when you combine the eight tiny Reindeer, with Leroy, along with READ MORE »
This is the fourth year that Vaillancourt Folk Art will be exhibiting at the Nantucket Folk Art and Artisan Show. The show which opens with a preview party Thursday, July 14th from 6pm - 9pm will run through Sunday, July 17th at Bartlett's Farm. READ MORE »
When Judi designed the Classical Christmas creamware she focused on creating a dinnerware line that embodied historical value along with contemporary elegance. While this dinnerware does have Christmas design and patterns within, it is subtle enough to pass off using throughout the year while being READ MORE »
Since Vaillancourt Folk Art started producing their glass ornaments in 1996 (then in Germany and now in Poland) they had focused on Christmas ornaments and Rabbit ornaments. For the first time since the last Spring ornaments were produced in 2001 Vaillancourt Folk Art has released READ MORE »
For the second time this year, Vaillancourt Folk Art is releasing a rare chalkware Santa from the vault. The bidding for this piece starts at $150 and will be available exclusively through eBay until September 19, 2010 (1:47pm PDT). Early in the development of Vaillancourt READ MORE »
Rev. Stanley DeCamp speaks at Vaillancourt Folk Art's 2009 Collector's Weekend about the history of Christmas' icon, Santa Claus. His lecture explains the transition of the American Santa from, 1626 - 2009. In addition, he explains the development from his European counterpart.