08:05AM, Tuesday 02 December 2014
The event, which takes place at the Harte and Garter Hotel, in Windsor High Street, on Sunday, will see a number of stalls selling a range of gifts.
These include British art, vintage and upcycled gems, jewellery, candles, home interiors, hand-made children's clothes, carved wooden pens, hand-crafted chocolates and vintage sweets.
Busy Buttons Creative Studio will host a variety of children' pop-up workshops, Bottega Fiori will host a traditional Christmas wreath making workshop, and Sarah Jones, of The Chocolate Strawberry, will hold a hand-painted cup cake class.
Jackie Couzens, founder of the Windsor Emporium, said: "I'm so thrilled with the final line up for our Christmas event, which offers a great cross section of exhibitors, so there's something for everyone.
"Some of our exhibitors have already been taking orders prior to the Emporium from excited visitors who are in fear of their best original pieces being snapped up."
The event runs from 11am to 5pm.
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