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Charles Town Heritage Festival 2010

Vendors setting up in the early morning
Reflections in Brass - Idella #169 - 1872 Fire Engine
While sales could have been better, we had a great time at the 2010 Charles Town Heritage Festival. This was the first time we had done this show and we did not know what to expect. We were pleasantly surprised at the turn-out and the weather was almost perfect. The event was heavy into history but there was also music and food. Try and check it out next year if you are in the area. If you can't make it to any of our showings but you still are looking for some custom jewelry, check us out on our website: http://www.bgcustoms.biz

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