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I was so excited to see Topanga Vintage Market touted as a top source for vintage china, flatware and all things table ware in this great article from LA Daily News on vintage table settings!
Apparently mixing and matching patterns and services is a new thing (my grandmother might disagree!) and I have to say, it looks very beautiful in the photos and makes sense to a pinch of this, dash of that kind of gal like me.
I decided to drag out my own special china and create a “curated table” of my own. I had a limited yet very wide range to work with. Very formal gold rimmed Phoenixware china from England, and hand thrown ceramic Vince Kitira plates from Thailand, a few Russel Wright pieces, and 1930’s bakelite flatware. The Wright pieces were all wrong, but the rest seemed to hit if off. OK, so here goes!
Not too bad! Unfortunately I only have enough pieces to do a table for three. Always an awkward number! SO, I guess I will be joining the shoppers at our November 22 show hunting for more pretty pieces to curate more fun at my table. And here’s a preview of what you might find for your own holiday table:
See you there!
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Check out the pictures & comments some great yelpers have posted from the Topanga Vintage Market!
“Cool name tags… this nice lady let me take a picture of her… name tags. Sweet.”
We are conveniently located in the parking lot at Westfield Promenade, just a few blocks north of the 101 Freeway on Topanga Canyon Blvd. in Woodland Hills, CA.
We have over a 160 fabulous vendors of all manner of antiques and vintage goods, from furniture and home accessories to fashion, memorabilia and jewelry, so come early and stay late!
The market is open from 8 am to 3 pm. Sorry – no early birds at this time. Continue reading “Topanga Vintage Market on Collectors Bluebook”