If you fancy trawling a great london market for vintage homeware and nicknacks then head to Bermondsey, London, on a Friday !
Bermondsey Square London SE1 3UN
6am til 2pm
Time Out says:
Held every Friday, this long-running south London market is heaven on earth for bargain-hunters.
Situated at the end of buzzy Bermondsey Street, this market is a south London institution. Every Friday, locals with magpie eyes flock here to trawl around 200 stalls for bargain china, silver, furniture, glassware and pottery. Not everything here would make it onto ‘Antique’s Roadshow’, but sifting the fab from the tat is part of the fun. In recent years, the market has expanded to include fashion, craft and food stalls, but antiques are still the focus. Just remember to arrive early: trading begins at 6am and most stall-holders will be packing up by lunchtime. When you’re done bargain-hunting, lively Bermondsey has loads of lunch options.
This March, book this great ceramics fair in the diary. This three day London based event is full to the brim with incredible ceramicists.
The UK’s favourite ceramics event returns larger than ever with more exhibitors, a major new exhibition area and live demos and talks.
After a sellout in 2019, this year’s CAL is bigger than ever, with 20 new stalls, more new faces, a new exhibition area showcasing contemporary developments in ceramic practise, and a live demonstration area, in addition to our ever-popular Claytalks programme, ceramics bookshop and toolshop and the usual top class selection of exhibitors stands for 2020
Make a note in the diary for the first Crafty Fox Market of 2020. Full of lots great designers & makers offering discounted items and seconds.
The array of traders will be displaying home accessories, jewellery, stationary and more.
Sat 1st Feb 2020
47 Newington Causeway, London
Not to be missed, if you fancy something a little different to the traditional chalet market stalls and mulled wine filled fairs, the Jolly Hobbies Japanese Christmas Market is next Sunday 15th at Hornsey Parish Church in Muswell Hill.
Head to Crouch End for the ninth edition of this Japanese Christmas market where you can get your hands on traditional homeware, accessories, arts and crafts, pottery and food. Feast on sushi, bento, cake, green tea and more.
Get along to one of the best vintage furniture markets in town. This time round Modern Shows is in Haggerston, London on 13th October.
‘See 55+ dealers selling everything from rare collectable pieces to more functional C20 furniture you can use in your own home as well as striking posters, quirky lighting, Berber rugs, ceramics and glass from world famous C20 icons all dotted around the ground floor of midcentury architect Ernö Goldfinger’s only brutalist school‘
Independent Ceramics Market provides a unique opportunity to see / buy a diverse range of affordable ceramic artwork, and buy direct from the maker.
This event brings together a community of over 60 ceramicists, that include current students, up-and-coming graduates, as well as established ceramicists from various ceramic studio’s, making it the ideal location for discovering a new wave of early career, and some more established ceramic artist.
Pick up unique and original ceramics, from cups to art sculptures, the broad range of makers will have something for everyone.
Get along to Europe’s biggest Art & Design fair over the next two weekends. Held in Kensington and Chelsea the Parallax Art Fair has over 200 creatives from around the world showcasing their products, including painting, sculpture, textiles and crafts.
It’s free to get in and prices are kept low on items, so you have every opportunity to find something special for your home.