Biscuit Mill Vintage Market

The Biscuit Mill Vintage Market is a new fair of all things vintage and kicks off for the first time this coming Sunday (11 October) at The Old Biscuit Mill complex in Salt River.  Antiques, vinyl, photography, traditional sweets… and all that jazz.

Here’s the official blurb:

With over 100 vendors the diverse range of Vintage products being sold creates a sustainable Trading environment that is always interesting for the visitor who is able to enjoy a different experience with every visit. The aroma of warm croissants and a constant stream of local & classic music creates a perfect synergy to an already perfect scenario of “The Old Biscuit Mill.”

The hand selected vendors sell products they have themselves sourced, refurbished, preserved or hand crafted. It is criteria like these that defines the principles of good clean and fair trading that form the foundation of this Vintage Fair. Thereby building credibility, authenticity and longevity with its target market. A worldwide trend signals a shift towards quality and enviromental awareness, all unprecedented in its impact.

Authenticity is the key to economic value today and it is at the Vintage Fair where these trends can converge

THIS FAIR WANTS TO ENCOURAGE THE  PARTICIPATION OF THE LOCAL WOODSTOCK COMMUNITY. WE ARE AIMING FOR A MIX OF 20% FOOD AND 80% COLLECTABLES

Sounds quite fun!  And there’s plenty to keep you entertained in the Biscuit Mill complex itself, aside from the fair.

The Vintage Fair will take place every Sunday from 9am to 4pm 10am-3-pm at the Old Biscuit Mill, 375 Albert Rd, Salt River, Cape Town.  Visit www.vintagefair.co.za or email info@vintagefair.co.za to find out more.

2 Comments

  • Chantelle says:

    Please let me know what the cost of vending is and if thereis space available. I will have jewlery and crystals. Most of my jewlelary have crystals in them.
    Best Regards
    Chantelle

  • Pia Taylor says:

    Hi Chantelle
    I’m afraid I don’t think the Vintage Market exists any more, at least not in that specific form. The Neighbour Goods Market has a design market every Saturday, though, so I’d suggest contacting them to find out whether there is space available for that.

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