“Interest in vintage and antique items remains high. People love to mix new and vintage items in their homes or purchase upcycled art or clothing,” said Weatherly Copenhaver, founder. "The Revival offers them the chance to do that and more."
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) November 12, 2012
On November 17 and 18, The Revival Vintage Marketplace will be held in Tannery Row in historic Buford, Georgia. Throughout the weekend 50 vendors will celebrate their love of all things vintage by offering a range of furniture, clothing, jewelry, art, music and more.
WHAT: The Revival is a bi-annual market that hosts national, regional and local vintage sellers, designers and experts bringing vintage wares and educational workshops to skills. The two-day event offers attendees a unique opportunity to not only bring vintage and upcycled items into their homes, but also learn how to create vintage pieces, spaces and events on their own.
WHERE: Tannery Row, 554 West Main Street, Buford GA 30518
WHO: Featured vendors include: Fragments Reborn, Sassytrash Antiques and Designs, Gathered Comforts, Kim’s Collectibles and Treasures, Nest – The Vintage Styles Life and Curious Provisions to name a few. All vendors have 90 percent true vintage inventory, or pieces made from vintage parts at least 20 years or older. Repurposed items, original art and handcrafted jewelry that are vintage in nature will also be featured in the marketplace.
HOW: Tickets to The Revival are $5 and can be purchased online or at the door. Children 12 and under and parking are free.
For more information and to see a listing of vendors, visit http://www.therevivalofvintage.com. Join The Revival on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Revival-Of-Vintage/302488836466477.
About The Revival
The Revival is an Atlanta-based vintage community bringing together vintage buyers and sellers through events, festivals and vintage shopping adventures. The vintage marketplace offers a variety of antiques and collectibles including antique, mid-century and recycled furniture; vintage clothing; vintage and antique jewelry; folk and recycled art; and vintage inspired food. More information can be found at http://www.therevivalofvintage.com.