Back due to popular demand, the Vintage Emporium will once again be part of the Sydney SS14 Finders Keepers market! To get you in the mood for some retro delights, here is the full line-up for vintage fashion, accessories and homewares sellers, who will have the best pieces from their impressive vintage collections on display for you to browse and of course buy. Lucky for you!
You can find all of the sellers listed below in our Vintage Emporium, along side our art & design stalls, Farmers Lane, workshops and live music at our Sydney SS14 markets on the 12th & 13th at the Australian Technology Park in Eveleigh. Don’t miss our last market of the year, the perfect place for Christmas shopping!
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A Vintage Ambiance
Our philosophy is: “Everyday make a memory to last….” We make all our own Soy Wax candles in vintage glassware and upcycled homewares. We will refill the glassware you buy from us or your own. Our belief is to provide our customers with a welcoming feel when they enter our market stall.
Charlie Foxtrot offers stunning restored and working typewriters from the classic glass topped key models of the 1930’s to the industrial war time machines of the 1940’s, through to the Mad Men styles of the 50’s and the bright coloured retro typewriters of the 70’s. Added to this is a range of antique wooden letterpress printing blocks, vintage cameras, cuff links and jewellery.
Deerfield vintage is a little vintage shop created by a little dreamer. You will find beautifully curated, lovingly cared for and one of a kind vintage garments and accessories from the 1940s through to the 1990s. In particular, you will find many a peter pan collar, scalloped hemline and polka dot printed pieces. All of my favourite things. Deerfield vintage embraces all that is feminine, pretty and truly special.
Photographer Mandy Lamont, who is based in Jindabyne in the Australian Snowy Mountains using found vintage objects such as Singer sewing machine drawers to create beautiful lightboxes featuring her photography.
mink + me
mink + me is a collection of vintage curiosities and wonderful treasures sourced from across the countryside. From remote shearing sheds to homesteads that time forgot, much time has been spent sourcing special unique pieces to bring to you.
Queen Justine Vintage
Queen Justine Vintage began from a fascination with clothing from another time and place. Justine, an avid purveyor from an early age, was raised in a creative family (Dad, famous 1960’s fashion photographer/Mother and Grandmother both seamstresses). This has led to a strong eye for sourcing vintage and a natural talent at creating and photographing must-have pieces. Unique pieces, accessories and adornments are brought together onto the Queen Justine Vintage website and of course at the Sydney AW14 Finders Keepers!
Queen Justine Vintage on Facebook
Renew Vintage curates beautiful vintage clothing for women & children from all over the world – Australia, Asia, Europe & America. Spanning 1940 to 1990 we draw particular attention to pretty prints, feminine cuts and quality fabrics. Plus we have recently expanded our range to include vintage linens as well, just to bring a little mismatching grandma floral into your home!
At Sklep, we have fallen in love with vintage Polish poster design! We have a collection of hundreds of unique, original film, propaganda and social commentary posters from 1950s-60s-70s Poland, and each one is more colourful and interesting than the next.
The Merry Gentlemen
The Merry Gentlemen was started by two Sydney friends who love beautiful objects and festive occasions – especially Christmas – and have, for years, gone out of their way to combine the two. We stock vintage ornaments from Europe, Japan and America and contemporary ornaments handmade in Australia and the UK.
My label is called twice designs because I believe in second chances. I create new things from old. So whether you call it recycling, upcycling, repurposing or reusing – I’m a fan. I have a passion for vintage and industrial items and am constantly amazed by the creativity of others. I wouldn’t call myself an artist. Ever. I just like to make stuff. It’s fun. And it makes me happy.
For more information on our Sydney SS14 event, head to our markets page here.