This Friday at Beggars Banquet #009, the design-focussed hunter-gatherers from Twenty-One Tonnes will have you thinking WHITE with all the beautiful natural, undyed, ecru and white collectible decor they’ve recently collected leading into spring & summer on the west coast.
This small artisanal decor and accessory importing agency sources beautiful pieces from around the world and brings them to Vancouver on their way to finding a home within your heart - new products available this weekend from Twenty-One Tonnes will include beautiful handmade Moroccan stools, ceramic bowls and market baskets - as well as some Twenty-One Tonnes classics like handblown glasses and Turkish hammam towels.
We always find lots of beautiful housewares at the Twenty-One Tonnes booth at Beggars Banquet, and since they missed out last time by being out of town, we’re thrilled to be welcoming them back into the fold this Friday as we return to Chinatown.
Duchess Vintage And Such opened in Chinatown last summer to rave reviews and we’ve been trying to get them to be a part of Beggars Banquet every time since!
We’re so happy the timing finally worked out and we can welcome their incredibly curated collection of vintage clothing, furniture, household collectibles, oddities and more when they stop by and swap stories April 19th at Beggars Banquet #009.
Be sure to swing by #213 E Georgia St, Vancouver early to call first dibs on what Duchess Vintage And Such bring to the table as Beggars Banquet kicks off once again on April 19th.
Ark Industries create whatever they want and allow that creatitivty to take them in whatever direction they feel like. Their products reflect their effort to try and come up with vintage ant reto inspired products, with appropriate modern updates.
Beginning back in the dark ages of 1995 Ark Industires founder, appropriately named Noah, took his first steps into the clothing business through buying and selling second-hand/vintage clothing while he was still a poverty stricken university student. The first products created under the banner of Ark Industries included clothing made from second hand fabrics and re-worked vintage pieces he’d come across.
See more of the incredible re-worked and re-imagined products from Ark Industries on their website and come down to meet Noah and see the selection in person in Chinatown April 19th when Beggars Banquet #009 returns.
We are so incredibly excited to be welcoming 30 Amazing Vendors to Beggars Banquet this month! Read over the list and start doing your research, there’s going to be a fantastic variety of goods on hand in Chinatown very very soon!
How Fred Weiss from Once Twice Vintage Interior Design hasn’t shown at Beggars Banquet all ready is a mystery to us - but we’re thrilled to welcome his incredible variety of all things vintage to our new Chinatown space this weekend for Beggars Banquet #008.
Be it Scandinavian glass, West German pottery, well designed jewelry or a weathered plank of quality wood, Once Twice finds the certain beauty and harmony in every little thing from the past. A vintage collector for thirty plus years, Fred’s preference for vintage knows no bounds - from classic to funky, always finding a way to pair up an eclectic variety of items in unexpected ways.
Visit Once Twice Vintage Interior Design online at oncetwice.ca and load up on everything he’s found under the sun February 8/9 at Beggars Banquet #008.
Karla & Aaron of The Lost And Found Bin wowed all of us at December’s Beggars Banquet Holiday Edition so much with their incredible collection of vintage everything, that when they contacted us saying they wanted a seperate booth this month to showcase their vintage typewriter collection under the name The Workhorse, we immediately handed over a spot in our new Chinatown space for them.
It was in early 2012 when their first shop, The Lost and Found Bin, was born. Aaron and Karla quickly grew an affinity towards typewriters - the candy colours, the mechanics, the beautiful designs became hard to resist.
Together, the couple has spent countless weekends visiting antique shops, flea markets and garage sales in Vancouver, even venturing across the border into Washington State to scour for collectibles.
Ready to be re-ribboned and put to good use, displayed in a storefront window or mounted on the wall in your study, The Workhorse currently has their hands on over ONE HUNDRED typewriters and will be bringing some of the very best to Chinatown this weekend at Beggars Banquet #008. See a selection of their goods on The Workhorse Etsy Page and follow along with their adventures on Facebook.
The Lost & Found Bin delivers something proper at every Beggars Banquet! This weekend they’re back in Gastown for Beggars Banquet #007 with their incredible selection of antiques, quality curiosities and vintage treasures.
It was in late 2011 when Aaron and Karla decided to re-visited a common childhood interest of theirs and began to take a serious interest in antiques. Aaron became passionate about cameras, photography equipment and film while Karla took an interest in vintage and antique home decor and knick knacks.
It wasn’t long that they’re collection started to grow and grow and soon enough they realized that they could afford to let some of their items go and their Etsy shop, The Lost & Found Bin, was born.
Together, the duo spend weekends visiting antique shops, flea markets and garage sales all around Vancouver, BC and sometimes also down in Washington state in the U.S. They search endlessly for unique items they truly love, clean them up, bring them back to life and will be unloading a brand new selection of them this weekend.
Take a look at some recent finds from The Lost & Found Bin on their Etsy Page and come down to get first dibs on their amazing selection just in time for the holidays at Beggars Banquet #007 this Friday & Saturday in Vancouver!