Hundreds braved the hot weather to shop local at the bi-annual Lazy River pop-up markets.
Gemma Ruth Ceramic’s Gemma Pettiford and My Teacup's Maureen Glover were among more than 80 stall-holders selling to the region’s buyers on Sunday.
Ms Pettiford said her royal range had been a popular Christmas gift this year.
“I was very fortunate to make a Royal range for Prince Harry and Meghan’s visit to Dubbo for their lunch after their picnic in the park.
“I made royal cups with a large gold dot on the front, plates and platters, pink and gold dishes and spoons.
She said the town was very fortunate to have the royal couple visit with economic benefits still being felt.
Ms Glover said her up-cycled garden art was sourced during her travels while her husband Ray welds them together.
She said buyers were happy to shop local with her products providing Christmas gifts and garden party decorations.