freshvintageUnlike a lot of local shows, this one has a definite point of view: vintage! If you know me at all, you know I'm a sucker for vintage.
freshvintageMy neighbors down the aisle, freshvintage, showed up in a Tastycake truck and unloaded a perfect little 1940's homestead.
Poppy & BeanJust the sweetest mismatched china & silverware ever from Poppy & Bean. Colleen's vignettes remind me so much of my cousin's wedding in Vermont and her selection of vintage clothing looks like it's right out of Brooklyn.
Brandywine View AntiquesSome awesome salvage from Brandywine View Antiques. They had so many great corbels and accent pieces with patina. I was sorely tempted...
Cherry AcresAt first I thought this large trough-like piece from Cherry Acres was some kind of African artifact, but turns out it's a dough bowl for makin' lots of bread. Totally American.
Circa DeeI was actually too busy to venture beyond my aisle, but my husband is very good with the camera and went sight-seeing for me. What a cool scale from Circa Dee! I feel like I'm back in Lucketts, VA.
Salvation NationAnd some fun vintage broaches from Salvation Nation.
a lovely, little shopEven sellers of new items, like this quirky jewelry from a lovely, little shop, displayed their products with vintage flair.
Kristen SoleckiAll the vintage was rounded out by a sprinkling of modern, but handmade things like these original prints from Kristen Solecki which definitely have that indie feel.
Real Fruit JewelryMy kids were enthralled by this jewelry made from dehydrated fruit coated in resin by Real Fruit Jewelry.
Marie's Soap Co.Enticing handmade soaps tied up with string by Marie's Soap Co.
joeyfivecents displayed in old narrow drawers of some kind- from a sewing table, maybe?
The next Clover Market will be on Sunday, September 18th. See you then!