Sunday, 7 March 2010

Dragon Hall Vintage Fair, Norwich

Hi there, I've just got to show you some photos of the fair I was at yesterday! It was 'The Little Vintage Lover Fair' organised by a lovely lady called Zoe. She normally runs the fairs in North Norfolk and this was her first fair in Norwich. She had chosen a stunning venue called 'The Dragon Hall'. It is a medieval building built in approx 1430 which had undergone major restoration in 2006. I thought they had got the mix just right with a perfect blend of old and new. Our stall was on the ground floor with old stone pillars on one side and floor to ceiling glass on the other. I was next to my friend Emmie who sells vintage clothing and accessories and we had a great day. It truly had a lovely atmosphere. This photo below is of my stall at the beginning of the day.

The photos below are of Emmie's stall.

Next to Emmie was a lady called Sarah who I have met a few times at the local fairs. She makes beautiful little dolls and sells vintage crockery. I love the way she displays her items with the plants and vintage boxes.


  1. That looks a fantastic venue and a wonderful Fair....... I particularly love those lovely old picnic baskets and flasks. How lovely that all this stuff has survived!

    Thanks for the comment on my blog. The crocheted squares aren't a rug and perhaps I should have said that? They were me putting them on the floor to see how many I had got. (Crochet is a new skill to me, but one I am loving).

  2. That looks like a great event, I'll look out for hhat one in the future as I've never been to the Dragon Hall.

  3. Hey Julie, Glad there are no shots of me! great photos though and what a great day we had! emmiex

  4. Your stall looked brilliant!

  5. What a beautiful venue. Your stall looked amazing, so much nostalgia ... :0)

    Shirl x