I have always loved the Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia. It is situated in the northwest corner of the city and boasts lots of historic charm on either side of Germantown Avenue. I grew up in the suburbs to the north and my first grown up home was in the Philadelphia neighborhood of Manayunk, just south of Chestnut Hill. To me, Chestnut Hill has always been a sweet spot between the suburbs and the city – literally and figuratively. The are large, historic homes and mature trees plus its very own flavor of urban flair found on Germantown Ave. which is lined with unique small businesses.
Last spring when I found out that Clover Market would be venturing to Chestnut Hill for one day, I was all over it. One of my favorite neighborhoods in the area? Plus my favorite vintage market where I love being a seller? In beautiful, crisp October? Yes, please!
Circa Dee will be at Clover Market in Chestnut Hill on Sunday, October 27th from 10-5. The market is located at 25 W. Highland Ave. off of Germantown Ave. For information on this new location and parking, click here.
It is our last market of the season so we are bringing it! I am talking about the goods we have been hoarding for months if not years. Some never seen before and some of my favorites from my own collection are going to be up for sale too.
Like this 1940s enamel kitchen table in a rare large size with 4 chairs and 2 cutlery drawers with glass knobs.
My beloved painted antique piano stool. Tear.
This mid-century swivel club chair.
And these vintage library chairs which sadly I have no use for…
Can you tell I am itching to do some redecorating this winter? Or at least make room for Christmas decorating. Yes, I went there. Speaking of Christmas, Clover is a good place to get started on your holiday shopping with over 100 art and antique vendors.
Is there anything else you’ve been coveting that I can be talked into selling?! Not my dog or husband – everything else is negotiable! Will we see you Sunday at this new Clover Market location?
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How much for the enamel kitchen table table?