Situated in Copeland Gallery, Peckham Salvage Yard is home to over 50 handpicked vintage merchants, including vendors from established markets, such as Sunbury, Bermondsey, and Old Spitalfields. Head down to this bohemian part of London and sieve through stalls of forgotten treasures, eclectic curiosities, salvaged pieces, vinyl records, French homeware, bric a brac, retro clothes, and stylish home décor.
The flea market has sellers indoors and outdoors, so rain or shine, you will be able to find some great items at Peckham Salvage Yard. The event kicks off in the mid morning, which means you have time to fill yourself up on a hearty breakfast before some serious second-hand shopping. There’s a sound system on site, which gives the place an inviting ambiance. It’s worth noting there are also a lot of trendy bars, restaurants and food trucks in the area – so you won’t go hungry, or thirsty.
If you’re looking for oversized retro Levi’s denim jackets, old school polo shirts and kitsch 1950s salt and peppers shakers – chances are you’ll find it, and much more at Peckham Salvage Yard. Entry is free, therefore you have even more spare money to spend on vintage bargains.
This event is hosted by Hackney Flea Market, who also host other various pop-up flea markets around London every month. Check out their website to find out more information about their other events, such as The Big London Flea, Hackney Flea Market, and Hackney Record Fair.
Antiquing Tip Of The Day
Get to the flea market before sunrise. I have struck some of my biggest gold in the dark hours of the morning, so I don’t think twice about paying sometimes a $20 early-admission fee. You have to spend money to make money.
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