More about the market
Usually, the Neighbourgoods Market
has a strong food bent, but the Night Markets showcased more design, and here’s what caught my eye at this Friday’s night market.
Lovely stand of notebooks from Rebound Books. Check out their website
work impressed me so much, I spent money I really shouldn’t have! Read more in a separate post to follow soon.
Feeling a bit poor after visiting Senyol, I averted my eyes as I walked by Alexandra Hojer’s
exceptionally beautiful clothes. The hammer was a bit of a disincentive to lingering too…
I’ve been impressed with the linens produced by Alia at the Fontainebleu stand. Beautiful quality and a lovely display too.
Fontainebleu has no web presence, I’m afraid, so you’ll have to see her things in real life at the market on weekends.
G-MO FOOTWEAR G-Mo footwear
gets better and better all the time. These little pumps are so sweet!
Ceramist Lisa Firer is well-known for her exquisite, paper-thin porcelain, particularly for her lights
and candle holders.
I loved these delicate hanging decorations and pendants she had at the market.
Lisa and Dominique were sharing a table, where Dom was selling her delicate paintings on tiles. Beautiful.
Lovely felted products from NAB, which is part of the Beaded SA
We’ll all be back at the Neighbourgoods Night Market at the Old Biscuit Mill again next Friday. In the meantime, NAB gets to have the last word: