Snapshots from the Malvern Flea

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The Malvern Flea Market is wonderful and if you haven’t been yet you should definitely add it to your ‘to-do’ list. It’s about half the size of the Newark Antiques Fair and much easier to navigate, but there’s still hoards of treasure to uncover. The prices vary – there are house clearance dealers who let everything go for a song and then there are dealers who won’t budge a penny on their extortionate ticket prices.

I would have loved to have taken home everything you see above, but instead I settled for taking lots of pictures (and of course a few pieces did make it home with me). In an ideal world the green drawers in the 8th picture would be mine, but they were £270 and way out of my budget. Which items would you pick?

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  1. oh my – so lovely!

    those dogs in the first picture are so wonderful (definitely would have gotten those) and the cups with the green garlands…

  2. How I love flea markets! I was raised on them, so seeing a post like this is beautiful :) Glad you got to take home some treasure and also capture what seems like a wonderful day of browsing.

  3. Oh, Flea Markets <3 Is there anything better than wandering around all the stalls? One of the hardest things about living in a miniature flat is that I have to walk on past so many goodies- I don't think we can fit another thing in! Beautiful photos, I love those little green tins.

  4. Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos! There’s something so special about flea market finds since they hold lots of history. I especially love all of the little dolls you shared! x

  5. I love everything there, especially those dog figures. There’s something so magical and beautiful about vintage objects, like they had a soul or something like that.

  6. Oooh I spy a pretty fantastic assortment of shells. I haven’t had a good market rummage in ages. I feel like I need to change that after seeing these shots.

  7. I’ve honestly never been to a flea market, I cannot believe how amazing this is though! Maybe I’m missing out. I love those little dogs in the first picture but think those little ornament heads are a tad creepy. That might just be me and my warped mind though haha.

  8. I just saw your photos of Malvern. Question—do you ever see or have any for sale yourself; of the little black dolls in a box? I am 64 years old and these are one of my first remembrance of life with my grandparents. I would like to purchase some. I live in Mo. and would love to hear from you. Only found your blog tonight!

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