Stio Design’s ancient coin jewelry is displayed on most Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Eastern Market, a landmark on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Operating since 1873, Eastern Market is one of the oldest, continuously running fresh food markets in the United States, and its charm and unique atmosphere has made it one of the most celebrated markets in the world. Both the Eastern Market building and its interior are designated National Historic Landmarks. The Market is open Tuesday through Sunday year-round, except for national holidays.

The classic brick warehouse-like structure houses purveyers inside selling produce, meat, fish, baked goods, fresh flowers, and more in the South Hall. The North Hall of the building is occupied by Market Five Gallery, Inc., a non-profit organization to promote the arts. The Market is a centerpiece of the Capitol Hill community and a gathering place for residents and visitors from around the world. On Saturdays and Sundays year-round, the Market hosts a unique outdoor arts and crafts festival. The European-style outdoor Market is the home of many talented artists and craftspeople and provides a regular venue for this important cultural aspect of the Nation’s Capital.

Eastern Market is located at 7th Street SE and North Carolina Avenue on Capitol Hill, the residential neighborhood immediately east of the U.S. Capitol.