Lucketts Vintage Market

Every Spring Lucketts Store host the most amazing vintage market. There is music, food and lots of great shopping.

With COVID the market was canceled in 2020 and again in May. Lucketts rescheduled the Spring Vintage Market this past weekend in October. It did not disappoint!

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The Lucketts Store and Design House are located in Leesburg, VA. The Lucketts Vintage Market has grown and was moved the Clarke County Fairgrounds, Berryville, VA. It has better parking and large space for the Vintage Market.

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The line on the VIP morning is usually long. I recommend to be at the event and in line approximately 30 minutes early. The Vintage Market runs from Friday through Sunday. The VIP pass gives you early bird access (8:30 a.m.-noon) and is good for all three days. The general admission starts at noon on Friday and through Sunday.

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Lucketts Vintage Market 2021

Typically, I take my mother and we make a weekend out of the trip. We love to go into Leesburg to do some shopping too and visit the Lucketts Store and the Design House. There is so much to do and see in Leesburg, VA. It’s just a short drive from the fairgrounds.

People from all over the US comes to this market. I saw people who live in Ohio and as far as Indiana at Lucketts.

If vintage is not your thing, this is not your market. You can find lots of new items too. They are vintage inspired. I have been coming for many years now and love it.

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Olde Tyme Market Place Booth

How about these bells? Are they not amazing? You can see I did have an opportunity to come home with a bunch. I could kick myself for not buying three of them in different sizes. My issue is a promise to my husband about nothing that cannot fit on the storage shelf was the reason to not buy them. It was very tough to do! Regrets!

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Olde Tyme Market Place booth was amazing! I had the opportunity to meet Beth at the Haven Conference in July (blogger conference). Beth is the queen of picking. If you do not follow her, you need to. Her store Olde Tyme Market Place is located at 801 W. Main St, Madison, Indiana. If you live near by, you should checkout her store. Beth has an online store too. Checkout her blog here.

The first thing I did was go to grab that sheep but it had a sold tag on it. Dang it!

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At the market, I was on the hunt for a few items for a BOO-ed basket for a neighbor. Like me their children are grown. The basket for them had a bottle of wine, candy and some fun fall decorations. I included one of these cute pieces of art above (left one).

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There were plenty of fall and Christmas items to be found. That was the nice thing about the market being in October.

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Lots of wonderful antique pieces and some unique pieces too.

This wooden and copper antique tub was beautiful. It has rustic charm and very unique. I could see this tub in a cabin or old farmhouse.

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This basket was enormous. The photo does not depict the true size of it.

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This antique workshop cart came home with me. It is old and smells it too. Oh my goodness, I had to put the cart outside the old smell got to me. The next day it got a good cleaning and was sealed. Stay tune for a post on what I will be using it for in the house.

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Do you know what these are? These round wooden disks are jewelry molds. I bought three of them to put somewhere. It was such a unique find.

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Through The Garden Gate

Through The Garden Gate is a new found store for me. I fell in love with all of their wonderful home decor items.

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One of the angels came home with me. These angels had the beautiful yet rustic feel. I figure it could be used in a wreath, in the Christmas tree or hanging on the wall alone.

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There were beautiful items everywhere you looked like these large snowflakes. Lots of great architectural pieces! A few items came home with me from this booth.

Through The Garden Gate Antiques will be having their Christmas Open House on Saturday, November 6th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. They are located at 10351 Chamberlayne Road, Mechanicsville, VA 23116.

I have heard their Christmas Open House is amazing! Be sure to mark your calendar if you live close by.

Sure hope you enjoyed my recap of this weekend event. I will let you know when the tickets go on sale the next time. Be sure to follow me on Instagram and Facebook at White Lilac Farmhouse.

Have an amazing day sweet friend!

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8 Comments

  1. I definitely want to put this on my list for next year! Looks like a wonderful place to spend the weekend. I would have never guessed those were jewelry molds. I am sure you will find the perfect place for them. Have a great day!

    1. Thanks for popping over to the blog. It is a good vintage market to attend. I would have never guessed they were jewelry molds. I had to ask about them.

  2. I always wished we can go to this. Love vintage anything.

    Old Thyme booth was stunning.

    I never would have guessed molds. Can’t wait to see them in your home.

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