About

Fifteen years ago, Carol Vespi and her late husband Frank started Ruby Acres. After Frank passed away, she continued the business where she met Bob Evans. They decided to worked the business together. At the beginning of 2012 they renamed it The Iron Garden.

In the middle of August 2012 they sold it to Chad Schlemmer. Chad sets up at many of craft, art and farm shows and festivals with his wife Anne. They offer a whimsical variety of iron, tin and wire decorative andĀ folk-artĀ items including wire planters, topiaries, armillaries, recycled tin animals, metal signs, cast iron plaques, bells, banks, and much more.

Recent Posts

SHOWS

Arnot Mall: Horseheads, NY. through 12/30/2019

Potter/Tioga Maple Festival: Coudersport, Pa. 5/4 & 5/2019

Stormville Antique and Flea Market: Stormville, Ny 5/25 & 26/2019

Albion Strawberry Festival: Albion, NY. 6/7 & 8/2019

Big Butler Fair: Prospect, Pa. 6/28-76/2019

Canadaigua Pageant of Steam 8/7-10/2019

Centre County Grange Encampment Fair: Centre Hall, Pa. 8/16-24/2019

Bloomsburg Fair: Bloomsburg, Pa.

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