@LOTTIEatFLUKE: "More gems bought from @Vintage_Village today, wash tubs which are now planters."
@ElsieAnderton really needs a gallery all to herself, as you will see as you scroll down! Here are some uber-glam glittery gold lamé gloves and a Japanese fan. Blogged here.
@nicolaridings spotted some Homepride Flour Freds! Including a cheeky winking one!
@wifenotlodger. And here's her blog.
@OldFashionedSus did awfully well, with a baby pinny from Agnes Darling, a dinky hand mirror and case, and some plates and saucers. Blogged here.
@ElsieAnderton and her significant other. Blogged here.
A 20s Czech glass Egyptian Revival pendant, and a 1st World War lucky charm ("Touch Wood") which was given to soldiers, from @ktpop. Found by TinTrunk.
@flarter found these gorgeous 1940s shoes for her petite feet!
@nicolaridings snapped this marvellous array of vintage cameras.
@meganthomasillo. Seek out her blog here.
@LittlestMy, who always does so well! "My lovely booty from todays Vintage Village - it never lets me down!"
Alistair helping out at the @STCakeDesign stall.
@Anne_L_Kershaw is such a talented photographer!: "An array of wonderful vintage delights that I bagged myself at the Mad March Vintage Village Fair. It includes goods from Lady Behave, Stuart Thornley Cakes, Pink Flamingo Vintage Boutique and of course, Grumbi Doll. Oh how I love them. (Pictures are obviously not to scale, though if you want to imagine they are for fun, feel free.)" Enjoy Anne Louise's blog right here.
@ElsieAnderton has a passion for orange. And badges. Blogged here.
@ladybehave's finds, modelled here by her "Tiny Tyrant."
@ladybehave also brought home these 1930s pot metal clip earrings of Norman soldiers, from TinTrunk.
@nicolaridings' impressive haul from The Vintage Village.
An impressive collection of collectable vintage tins, captured by @nicolaridings.
@ElsieAnderton models a feathered headband from Lady, Behave! Blogged here.