Market Imports at the NC State Farmer’s Market in Raleigh

Market Imports, Front Entrance
Market Imports, Front Entrance

If I’m shopping for something for a client, me or if I need that special something for a photo shoot, Market Imports in Raleigh is the first place to comes to mind.

Located in at the North Carolina State Farmer’s Market in Raleigh, up the hill and on the left.

With over 2 acres of unique architectural elements, stone, teak, pottery, wrought-iron and other fun stuff from around the world, if you can’t find it here, I don’t know where to tell you to go.

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For a few years, they were downtown.  It was out of the way and the space was cramped not making it a fun place to go.  Out at the Farmer’s Market, they have the space and the location for making shopping fun AND convenient.

Open Tuesday thru Saturday From 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM and Sunday from noon to 5:00 PM

THEY ARE CLOSED ON MONDAYS.  I’ve made that mistake before.

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A friend of mine bought this

A friend of mine bought this

Need a spiritual uplifting? Market Imports is open 6 days a week, including Sundays

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Feel like you keep jacking around and can’t get ahead?

Stuck in a rut and can't get a head...Market Imports is the place for you

Market Imports has a head for you.

Think a pot will help, Market imports is the place to go.  october292008jcra-063This is where I get mine!
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Wash your troubles away, visit today.
When Steve Bender, Southern Living’s own Grumpy Gardener was here, he said, “I wish we had one these in Alabama.”  That won’t happen Steve, we have the one and only and it is
something to crow about.
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And it’s dog friendly

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I hope to see you there!  If you go say hey to Flo, Dan and Trish for me…

Market Improts

State Farmer’s Market

1208 Farmers Market Drive

Raleigh, NC 27608

919-833-0466

www.market-imports.com

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3 Comments »

  1. tina said

    Those wooden jacks are way cool!

  2. Next time you are in Raleigh, don’t miss this treasure trove…let me show you some great gardens too. Helen

  3. Actually, the jacks are metal.

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