11:06AM, Monday 16 November 2015
Vintage clothes and jewellery were among the retro pieces which proved popular at the Shabbytique fair.
Yesterday, the roaming vintage fair set up at Cordes Hall in Kings Road, Sunninghill, a week after its first event of the year at Fredrick’s Hotel, Maidenhead.
Vintage clothes, antiques, jewellery and handmade crafts were all on offer.
Live music kept shoppers entertained and refreshments fuelled them throughout the day.
Shabbytique was formed by Claudine Andrew two years ago. From March 2016 it will be open in Maidenhead’s Nicholsons Centre every other Sunday.
Co-organiser Paula McLoughlin said around 200 people had come through the doors by mid-afternoon.
She added: “I’d say the jewellery and vintage clothes are doing really well.”
The fair will now move on to Thame next week, and then the Pinewood Hotel in Wexham Park Lane, Slough, on Sunday, December 6.
Pauline added: “People coming here have followed us from Fredrick’s last week. They are following us around.”
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