MK Handmade & Vintage Weekend Extravaganza
"Talented design-makers will also cater to those seeking bespoke items, such as exquisite wedding rings and furniture."
The highly anticipated Handmade & Vintage Weekend Extravaganza, now in its seventh year, will fill centre:mk’s 1,800 sq metre Middleton Hall on Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th March with more than 100,000 craft, vintage and retro enthusiasts.
More than 120 independent handmade and vintage traders from across the UK, cherry-picked for their originality, quality and affordability, will transform centre:mk into a vibrant treasure trove of indoor market stalls.
On show will be an eclectic mix of handcrafted and authentic vintage pieces including fashion, accessories, furniture, collectables, jewellery, art, glassware and china.
Interior design fans will find delight in pieces handpicked by the Brocant Boys who travel around the major flea-markets and auctions in Belgium, France, Germany and Holland to source the most original articles.
Restored jukeboxes and old-school record players will capture music fans, whilst fashion fanatics can grow their collections; six highly-regarded vintage fashion traders will boast a selection of garments and accessories, ranging from 1940s and 50s gowns, 70s bohemian-chic pieces and 80s grunge wear.
Talented design-makers will also cater to those seeking bespoke items, such as exquisite wedding rings and furniture.
Similar to London’s popular Spitalfields Traders Market, MK Handmade & Vintage Weekend is weather-proof, and wheelchair and push chair friendly.
Whether shoppers are collectors, historians, stylists or designers, MK Handmade & Vintage Weekend Extravaganza is a great place to find a unique story. With prices starting from as little as £1 up to £5,000 for a fully restored jukebox, this one of a kind shopping event is a great alternative day out for the whole family.
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