I’m very happy to say that I’ll be at 613Flea in the Aberdeen Pavilion at Lansdowne Park tomorrow, Saturday April 21st, from 10:00am to 5:00pm. I’ve been to 613Flea many times before as a shopper, and I absolutely love all of the interesting vintage items and fabulous handmade creations that I have found (and bought) there. I’m really looking forward to exhibiting there this weekend for the first time. It’s a really big event for this neck of the woods, with over a hundred vendors!
Of course, since I’ve never set up a booth there before, I don’t have any pictures of my stall at this particular market. However, I do have some from a few weeks ago at Russell Flea. I experimented a bit and tried a new layout; I’m still on the fence as to the pros and cons.
This layout allows for more items packed into the same space, but I’m not sure that it makes it any more approachable.
Depending on the layout of the space I’m assigned, I may go with the same setup, or just one long table, or an L-shape… I’m still not sure. But I’m well-signed and pretty visible no matter what shape my tables take.
I’ll be at booth 100, in the northwest corner of the building.
Image via Google Maps.
If you’re not sure about cardinal directions, the map above has been nicely labeled by the 613Flea organizers. Basically, if you come in the door closest to Bank Street, I’m on your far left.
And I’ll be bringing all kinds of treasures!
Shabby chic candle holders and vintage Tupperware jugs.
1950’s coloured Pyrex.
1970’s Pyrex from England.
1980’s blue glass Pyrex.
All kinds of little vintage kitchen gadgets.
Corningware Spice of Life bakeware and kitchen accessories.
1970’s enameled cookware.
Casserole dishes & apple bakers.
A vintage Sadler teapot…
Snowflake-printed Pyrex from 1956-1960, one of the first patterned dishes released using the screen-printing process.
1960’s Canadian Meladur Rainboware (essentially Melmac).
And more Sadler teapots, this one with matching cream and sugar!
And a whole lot more!
Hope to see you there!