Vintage Vauxhall Market
Launching Sunday 12th March
Vintage Vauxhall is the new sister market to the well established BathVA Vintage & Decorative Antiques Market. Founder Naomi Knight and market manager John Hugo have created a successful brand in the Georgian city of Bath, with markets on the first and last Sunday of every month and now established as an important part of the city’s social calendar.
Vintage Vauxhall offers a collective of professional UK and European dealers selling a wide range of vintage, antiques, art & accessories, architectural reclamation, brocante, collectors’ items, quirky and unique C20th and C21st design.
Our markets are a popular destination for those seeking something individual, green, stylish and that won’t break the bank. The vintage and antiques trade is the oldest recycling industry! The events also attract a lively audience from the antiques trade, general collectors, prop buyers, interior stylists, restaurateurs and exterior designers. Dealers’ stands provide ideas and inspiration of how to display items at home. Many of our dealers also source stock on request.
The markets provide a great day out and there is always a buzzy atmosphere with music and a cafe serving early breakfast and lunch.
What’s on offer: Vintage, Retro, Mid-Century, Decorative Antiques… Furniture, Vintage & Retro Fashion, Textiles, Collectables, Jewellery, Vinyl, Salvage, Upcycled, Lighting, Decorative Homewares, Kitchenalia, Garden Ephemera, Silverware, Prints, Bicycles, Paintings, Fine Art, Ceramics, Upholstery, Curiosities, Cameras, Children’s Toys, Books, Paintings, Sculpture, Clocks, Arts & Crafts...
Plus promoting their services Restoration experts, Interior Designers, Upholsterers, Designers, Makers, Artists, Crafters, Artisans
Location, location … The Venue, The Workshop
The Workshop, 1 Whitgift Street, Lambeth, SE11
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The former fire engine workshops of the London Fire Brigade, has opened its doors once again to provide an events space. The 2000sqm space, can house up to 70 traders. The Workshop space is also home to an eclectic mix of creative tenants including; the Institute of Imagination, Kidesign, Vivid Drinks, Mark Lloyd Bennett Design and multi-disciplinary artists Christopher Baxter, Luke Francis Haseler and Barry Reigate.
The Workshop is also excited to announce that the London Fire Brigade has marked its 150th anniversary by returning to the original location of its former headquarters on Albert Embankment, with a pop up museum. Showcasing the history of fire-fighting through the story of The London Fire Brigade in Lambeth. The museum is FREE to visit and open Wednesdays- Sundays 10am-4pm
Vauxhall Gallery District
A century ago Vauxhall was a leading arts-and-craft district, populated by glassblowers, potters and sculptors.Today Vauxhall is becoming one of London’s hottest new arts destinations.
The Vauxhall Gallery District currently consists of Damien Hirst’s £25million, six-room, 37,000sq ft Newport Street Gallery, ex-‘Ragged School’ turned contemporary arts space Beaconsfield Gallery (also located on Newport Street), Gasworks Gallery which specialises in fostering budding international artist and Charles Asprey’s soon-to-be opened Cabinet Gallery on Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens. All are within walking distance of each other.
Special thanks to
Vintage and Antiques Markets owes a very special thanks to local Vauxhall residents author and antiques specialist Mark Hill and Philip Reicherstorfer owner of the restaurant COUNTER. Mark and Philip are keen to see the local communities and businesses of Vauxhall flourish and had the idea that a market could really work in the area, through their contacts at VauxhallOne they got the ball rolling and helped make it happen!