Wednesday, 14 November 2012

Vintage Fair Fun...

Priddy Priddy Vintage really did have all the fun at the Vintage Fair

3 days this time....I was a tad apprehensive before we left, but I needn't have worried as we had an absolute ball of a time!

So once again time to share a  few of my favourite photos...

Our stall was if I say so myself packed to the brim with lots of goodies and looking non too shabby

We stood out with a lovely selection of painted furniture
view from John Lewis cafe

It's always hard to pick my favourite on the day as I genuinely love everything I sell
but these little beauties have been to almost every show and finally sold this time around

The Vintage sugar shaker I wanted to keep also sold...yes I know that's the idea but darn it I had my eye on it!

I also put a couple of my favourite tins out, which not surprisingly didn't stay on the shelf for long

this beautiful bedspread is huge and all handmade...stunning

This lovely little bureau came home with us...if I had charged a £1 for every time someone said how lovely it was and opened/closed it I could have double the weekends takings...
it's all good though as one of my daughters, Lolly, has earmarked it for her study desk...
and I have a lovely Ercol chair to go with it 
{but shh I haven't told her that bit yet!}

that bread bin got about a bit!

I do love a Vintage Linen {or two}

perfect Christmas hampers
{I don't think we bought any baskets home again}

Vintage pressed glass; sturdy, functional and yet still so very pretty...

It was a fantastic Fair....3 days all heaving with people and every day different in terms of what was popular

Thank you to all, just over 100 of you, who stopped to buy a little something from us
to those who stopped by for a natter, too many to count
to my lovely neighbourly stallholders
and to MKHandmade & Vintage for once again putting on an amazing show!

2012 has been quite amazing for us
Lots of love from the girls


  1. It looks just like the kind of place I like to spend a few hours! Glad it went well for you! :)

    1. It really does take a good couple of hours to get around...and once around is never really enough is it?

  2. What a gorgeous range of lovely items you have there. I particularly like the deer glasses - I can see some chocolate mousse being made in those...I fully understand your pangs as you sell something. It is a double edged sword!
    Good stuff
    Best wishes

    1. They went to a lovely older lady {granny with stick} who was going to have a tipple or two in them with her 'girlfriends'!