Photo credit: JOURNEY EAST

Timeless antiquities, handcrafted homeware: What to expect at The Vintage Fair 2023

The fair will be stocked with various vintage paraphernalia, including fashion, jewellery, glassware, watches, collectables, décor accessories and heirlooms.

Maisy Phua

Self-proclaimed fashion icon, pomeranian mom and Paris Hilton fan.

Published: 21 March 2023, 6:12 PM

The Vintage Fair will return for its eighth edition on Apr 1 to 2 featuring five vendors selling vintage and handcrafted items.

Organised by furniture shop Journey East, the event will take place at unit #03-02 of the Tan Boon Liat Building at 315 Outram Road from 10am to 6pm on both days.

Visitors can look forward to vintage Seiko watches, antique trunks, rare yo-yos and well-maintained pocket knives sourced from all over the world from Black Bean Source.

There will also be a variety of unique vintage and handcrafted homewares, ranging from 50s art deco glassware to kitsch pottery of the 90s, from vendor Peppervint Home that promotes sustainability by giving new life to pre-loved items.


Vintage products from Peppervint Home are mainly hand-selected and ethically sourced from estate sales, thrift shops and flea markets overseas, specifically from France, Japan and Milan. PHOTO CREDIT: JOURNEY EAST


Shoppers can also expect to see antique and vintage jewellery from Eye of the Cat Jewellery x Peony Jade, vintage apparel from Five Stones Vintage and eclectic conversation pieces from Retroscaper.

While admission is free, interested shoppers must RSVP to visit the event.

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