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Vendor Spotlight: Jerry Tartaglia & Michael Stolbach

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Jerry

Jerry

Meet Jerry Tartaglia and Michael Stolbach. Jerry is an indie filmmaker and Michael is a professor. But on Saturdays you can find them at Chelsea Flea Market chatting with enthused shoppers. Their specialty is vintage photography and frames. Well preserved, the photos harken to an earlier era featuring mostly black and white photography. Some are portraits while others are family photos capturing the stories of generations. Special find: hunt for candid snapshots and slides documenting history in motion. Additionally the walls of their booth are clad with frames in a variety of styles and sizes.

Michael

Michael

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vendor Spotlight: Richard Lambert

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Meet Richard Lambert. Selling antiques, silver, framed art, vintage photos and accessories his booth is full of variety. Selling at Chelsea Flea Market every Saturday, Richard fills his booth with framed artwork and glass cases full of treasures. If you’re searching for a unique treasure, discover his collection of vintage patches and stickers. Commonly distributed by airlines in 1940s and 1950s, these stickers are a rare retro find. Also, ask him about an authentic bronze table mirror holder. An ornately, handcrafted antique, it’s a treasure straight out of a fairy tale.

Vendor Spotlight: Hank Grossman

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Meet Hank Grossman. Selling with the markets for 40 years he is a seasoned veteran in his expertise. Hank sells Bakelite jewelry, vintage board games, vintage signs and Josephine Baker inspired art.  In pristine condition, Hank’s museum-worthy merchandise is worth the visit to his booth. Plus with prices starting at less than $10 there’s something for everyone.  Be sure to check out rare Parisian-inspired Bakelite pendants and earrings. Find Hank at Chelsea Flea Market each Saturday.

 

 

 

 

 

Vendor Spotlight: Ousman Camara

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Meet Ousman Camara. Originally from Mali, he has been selling with the markets since the days of the Antiques Garage. Now a regular vendor at Chelsea Flea Market, he can be found each weekend selling authentic African masks, textiles, beads and art. Plus, if you’re looking for something really one-of-a kind, ask him about his painted goat skins from Mali. This durable fabric is traditionally used to make djembes, a type of drum originating from Western Africa. Ask him about other great uses of the fabric too including accessories and clothing.

Vendor Spotlight: Ahmed Camara

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Meet Ahmed Camara. Originally from Gambia, he has been selling at Chelsea Flea Market for just over one year but his experience is boundless. He sells some of the finest crystals, gemstones, rocks and crystallized coral that you’ll find in the city. With a large collection of all-natural the crystals there is a large variety to choose from. Ahmed is a regular at Chelsea Flea Market and you can find him there every Saturday & Sunday.

Unique Find: Keep an eye out for vibrant purple crystals and crystallized coral pieces (you won’t miss them)!

Holiday Show Special Edition Vendor Spotlight with Moore Vintage

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If your wardrobe is screaming for more vintage clothing then we have the perfect vendor for you! Owner of Moore Vintage, Keesean Moore, gives us a glance into the wonderful world of vintage clothing and how they add a personalized shopping experience for each of their customers!

Moore Vintage Logo

Moore Vintage Logo

Please describe your merchandise?

Moore Vintage provides some of the finest designer vintage clothes and accessories for both men and women. We specialize in collectible designer vintage from brands like Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Halston, Dior, and more. Our men's selection is mostly comprised of high end suiting dating back to the 1900s, while our women's options focus on unique dresses, outerwear, and separates for the girl who loves her fair share of fashion history.

In addition, we provide a custom alterations service to ensure that our clients receive the ultimate personalized shopping experience. We handle everything from bespoke tailoring, hand studding, custom appliques, painting and more.

We'll also have a cool selection of art books, vintage novels, and records for shoppers to peruse and buy as well!

Keesean Moore, owner of Moore Vintage

Keesean Moore, owner of Moore Vintage

 
How long have you been selling vintage clothing & accessories?

I've been buying and selling vintage since college, but the customization service is a recent addition that's been met with much praise from our loyal buyers. All tailoring and other custom work is done in New York by a skilled team of artisan craftsmen with over 75 years of combined experience. The "Made in America" philosophy is a part of our core values as a brand, and we love doing our part to support local garment manufacturing businesses.


What inspired you to get into this business?

I've been interested in fashion history since high school when I started interning at local vintage and antiques stores in my hometown of Jersey City. The love for the hunt intensified during an extended stay in Paris where I became obsessed with the City's active flea market culture.

After college I went on to work as a stylist with a variety of brands and publications including Versace, W Magazine, Interview Magazine and more. My work in fashion has refined my eye for style, and also ignited a passion in me for the various ways in which vintage is used by both consumers and designers alike.

What do you love about vintage items?

We specialize in providing a unique edit of the vintage items that our clients crave. I love our client's imagination when it comes to customizing their favorite pieces. For this market we'll be introducing our Moore Vintage Collection, which will include a selection of designer vintage items that have already been customized and tailored by hand in Brooklyn.

I love how shopping for vintage is such a personal and intimate experience, which is what makes it such a thoughtful gift especially during this Holiday season. It's always incredible to see the excitement in a client's eyes when they see the potential in an item on the rack, and it brings me great pleasure to provide this service.

What can shoppers expect to find at your booth?

Clients should expect to find an easy and effortless shopping experience. We're minimalists so we're not huge fans of clutter. Shoppers can expect to find gifts for anyone on their holiday shopping list. We're also offering a first-hand look at all the pieces from the Moore Vintage Collection that appear in our recent look book. Most of all, shoppers can expect to be greeted by a smiling, knowledgeable team, that is equipped to help with all their Holiday shopping needs.

Vintage clutch

Vintage clutch


Holiday Show Special Edition Vendor Spotlight: Jerry & Jessica Farrell

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"Root Chair"

"Root Chair"

Do you dream in design? Are you always looking for new pieces to inspire and fill your home with a unique character that caters to your style? Jerry & Jessica Farrell are well known in the rustic design industry and have been inspirational innovators with their unique collection of merchandise. They create heirloom-quality art furniture & paintings with originality that attests to their fine skill-set and expertise. With a talent that ignited a business, Jerry & Jessica now possess over 40 years of experience that fuses a dose of creativity into every piece.

Jerry describes their merchandise as “a unique mix of our own artwork, ancient axes and tools and a general line of rare items; heavy in the folk art spectrum”. Their craftsmanship to create great pieces of art seems natural. When you look at pieces like their "root chair" it takes traditional design to a new whimsical level that alleviates one’s mind from the echoing ordinary. Jessica’s current forte is dog and animal paintings that evoke a sense of appreciation and exquisite simplicity.

Terrier painting by Jessica

Terrier painting by Jessica

 

Wooden carved fish by folk artist Bob Francis

Wooden carved fish by folk artist Bob Francis

But like all great artists Jerry & Jessica know how to appreciate great art. With pieces like a wooden carved fish by folk artist, Bob Francis, they push the boundaries to allow their merchandise to speak to your soul.

 

When asked what inspired their business, Jerry replied, “survival a la fun” and that “their connection to the human spirit” is what he loves the most about the items that they sell. Be sure to reinvigorate your home with some of the fine furnishings and designs from Jerry & Jessica Farrell at this year’s Holiday Antiques Show, December 20 & 21.

 

Catch a sneak peak at more of their great merchandise through their website www.jerryandjessicafarrell.com





Holiday Show Special Edition Vendor Spotlight—Digging for Treasure: Rare Antiques from Dennis Robida

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Fossil finding just got a little closer to home. Far from the excavation sites and outside of the museums of NYC the Holiday Antiques Show is pleased to welcome Dennis Robida.

A renowned antique dealer in the New York City community, Robida is known for his rare, unique and exclusive collection of antiques and fossils.  With 30 years of experience and a passion for antiques Robida has become an expert in the field. He carefully selects the best merchandise based on his ability and keen skill to carefully decipher the origin of an item.

Dennis invites us to explore a sneak peak of some of the merchandise that he plans to bring with him to the Holiday Antiques Show

An ancient bison occidentalis articulated leg from the Pleistocene era

 

This species was exterminated by early Native Americans, so it’s very rare. These fossils were mainly found in peat bogs in the Upper Midwest.; approx. 44 inches tall; custom mount,  no restoration;

 

Oil & canvassed painting of a lion and lioness

 Attributed* to Alexander Pope Jr.

 24x20 inches

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*label on back: cleaned in 1960 in NYC—accidently took the signature off of Alexander Pope

 

Painting of Confederate soldiers standing around a stone building

Gouache on paper that’s been laid down on Masonite; laid down because it’s 150 years old on paper; folk art painting because it features hound dogs; as-is; 34x26 inches; signed Tarol;

 

Did you know? What makes this painting so interesting is it portrays Confederate soldiers, which is rare.

I’m a broad range dealer. I specialize in paintings, art and sculptures.

Also fossils, bones—like an 11K year old bison fossil; —I have unusual objects
— Dennis Robida

How long have you been selling your merchandise?

I’ve been selling antiques since 1986. I’m a fulltime dealer and I get fresh merchandise each week.  I have a strong customer base and I primarily sell to the trade, such as NYC shop owners.

 What inspired you to get into this business?

My mother collected antiques and when I was in college I started dabbling with selling antiques too. I really liked it and so I started selling full time. I grew up around antiques and I always had an interest in them. Even before I started selling them full time I worked odd jobs for people who lived in Victorian homes and instead of money, I traded for antiques.

 Originally, I only sold American antiques. I live in Connecticut and I noticed that many shoppers there wanted mostly New England antiques. I started buying unusual antiques and I found a great market of interested shoppers in NYC because the people were far more sophisticated and wanted the unusual antiques.

 

Holiday Show Special Edition Vendor Spotlight: Sheila Strong's Bakelite Collection

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Get ready to be dazzled and amazed by a grand collection of bakelite jewelry!  Dating back to the 1930s, Sheila’s collection is comprised of hand-carved bracelets, colorful necklaces, earrings and brooches.

She describes her merchandise as whimsical, colorful and handcrafted. When you see her collection, it is apparent that her attention to detail and expertise truly makes her jewelry so highly sought after.

With over 25 years of experience, Sheila’s passion for bakelite jewelry is what fueled her blossoming business.

How did you get started?

After I had my second son, I decided to take the summer off and spend it in the Hamptons. I spent a lot of time going to yard sales and I couldn’t get enough of buying bakelite jewelry. When I came back to the city I realized how much of it I had collected and I decided to start my business.

What do you love about your business?

I find it really exciting to find bakelite jewelry that I’ve never seen before. I just love it!

Sheila's dog Ben appreciates fine Bakelite jewelry too

Sheila's dog Ben appreciates fine Bakelite jewelry too

Shelia’s passion, expertise and knowledge of Bakelite jewelry fuel her business. You can guarantee that when you visit her booth that you’ll find a plethora of pieces of Bakelite jewelry that you’ll treasure and love wearing.

Stay tuned for more great vendor spotlights for the Holiday Show! It's going to be an event that you don't want to miss!

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Vendor Spotlight: Vintage Style from a Songstress

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The show must go on & on it must! Pull the curtain aside and go behind the scenes into the closet of a star and style icon. Discover style in a new, eclectic and creative way. Racks ornately full, dazzling glass cases of jewelry and hat racks donned with glee, it is a fashionista’s dream come true. 

Sheer exhilaration fills your spirit as you get lost in the array of one-of-a-kind vintage clothing, accessories, and jewelry. Organic originality infused with vintage flair embrace the eclectic blend of vintage clothing within Lulu’s booth at Chelsea Flea. 

The moment you encounter Lulu she greets you with a smile and grace. Any fashion advice that she gives you will be advice well taken as her keen eye for quality and her expertise for spotting the best one of a kind pieces make shopping at her booth an experience unlike any other. 

Throughout her career as a singer and performer, Lulu took the stage with vintage dresses that were almost as stunning as her voice. Her devotion and appreciation for fine vintage clothing led her to begin her business starting with her beautiful gowns. 

Lulu at her booth at Chelsea Flea Market

Lulu at her booth at Chelsea Flea Market

What Items do you sell at the market?

I’m very eclectic, I sell old vintage –Victorian, 50s, 60s clothing, vintage jewelry & newer vintage things from designers like jean Paul Gautier , Chanel,  it depends on what catches my eye. I have a whole collection of Lolita Lempicka, Tom Ford for Gucci in 1998, Come de Garcon & Issey Miyake. I like the new designers that had an edge. They’re not your typical clothing. My merchandise goes from the classic to the unusual. I like to sell anything that I would wear. Some things I had to drop because they didn’t work well with me such as shoes, they were very difficult to sell. Pants & blue jeans also, I noticed that my clients would not buy these items from me. So I dropped all these things and kept to what I specialized in.

How long have you been at the market?

After 9/11—I started about 14 years ago. To some people I’m a newcomer because some have been in the market for 30 years. But I was always a collector of clothing to wear and collecting beautiful things in general. All my life, I remember myself even as a young person I always loved vintage clothing. When you look at it you’re looking at pieces that are sometimes 70 years old; still looking fabulous, the fabric is still magnificent and still an inspiration to the designers today.

What do you love about the items that you sell?

What I really love is the quality of the fabric; the workmanship. Today you buy something and it just falls apart. But vintage clothing, the pieces are still so fresh and fun.

I get a lot of designers that come to me. We used to get more designers but with the economy things have changed a bit. Also, people from all over Europe come to the markets always looking for something they’d like to use, wear and be inspired from.

What inspired you to get into the business of selling these products?

What inspired me to begin with was my whole life, I was a singer. As a singer, I always looked for gowns to perform in. I used to go to the flea markets like the Dollar Lot, and eventually I had a whole collection of fabulous things. My closet was getting full and I needed some funds, so I began selling my beautiful gowns, and that’s how I got started.

Do you still sing?

Lulu wearing one of her beautiful vintage hats

Lulu wearing one of her beautiful vintage hats

I hand pick my items, and my vintage business takes so much work that it takes up most of my time that I don’t have time to sing.

What can shoppers expect to find at your booth?

For sure they will find, FUN. When they come into my booth, they always tell me it’s happy. It’s eclectic, jackets to shirts to gowns. Everybody can find something for themselves. Someone very elegant looking for something conservative, I have that too. But most of the time my shoppers come to me because of my eclectic eye.

I love it when customers come back and they tell me how many compliments they received on an item they purchased. If something looks good on a customer then I let them know, and they come back and tell me, you were right. That’s what I like, that I have satisfied customers.

Where do you find your merchandise?

I used to wake up at 3 a.m. to drive to estate sales to pick items. I had a few particular dealers I would go to in order to buy from them. Now, I get private calls from individuals and I go to see them and pick what I like. I also find very nice things in our flea market—things from other vendors

How can shoppers keep in touch?

They can find me at Chelsea Flea Market at booth #21 and in vintage shows in NY and out of town –like Sturbridge, MA. Also, you can email me at nyluluvintage@gmail.com and visit my website www.luluvintage.net

Interested in being interviewed for our next Vendor Spotlight? Email us at info@hellskitchenfleamarket.com

HKFM Vendor Spotlight with Anthony & Janet of The Store with No Walls

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When you think of great vintage fashion, think of The Store with No Walls…literally. Anthony and Janet share their love for vintage fashion, what inspired their business and how they were able to take a part-time passion into a full time career.

What items do you sell at the market?

Vintage clothing—primarily women’s vintage clothing from the 1950-1980s But we specialize in a lot furs, dresses & hats. We also carry designer vintage clothing.

What do you love about the items that you sell?

It’s great when the customers see and appreciate the value of a fur or a dress. For example, a $15,000.00 mink coat that they get for a fraction of the cost, in impeccable condition; that gives me a thrill.

Also, my wife always says, by selling vintage you help create fashion. Since fashion is cyclable you’re helping to inspire future designs. The vintage items are so influential to future fashion.

How long have you been at the market?

We have been at Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market for 9 years. When the original outdoor market closed, it got a lot of media coverage and since we were already selling vintage fashion at other flea markets, we decided to come to New York and start selling at Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market.

What inspired you to get into the business of selling vintage clothes?

We started out selling modern and vintage clothing but Janet, being the ‘quick study’, recognized that the niche was towards vintage and so she transitioned to selling vintage fashion. She realized how vital it is to the fashion industry since it’s the inspiration for the new clothing.

Where do you find your vintage clothing?

We find vintage clothing at private sales, select estate sales and auctions in the New York/New Jersey area.  Janet has good eye for vintage fashion and a great reputation in the vintage fashion business so she gets private invitations to the sales.

What can shoppers expect to find at your booth?

We’ve recently decided to expand to cater to both Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market and Chelsea Flea Market.  At Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market we’ll have a tremendous coat sale. We have a huge selection of women’s and men’s coats at phenomenal prices ranging from $25.00 to $45.00. At Chelsea Flea Market Janet will be featuring high end women’s vintage fashion.

How can shoppers keep in touch with you?

Visit us each weekend at Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market. Also, check out our Facebook page and website www.storewithnowalls.com

For people in the fashion industry, we have a huge vintage collection in our warehouse in Hackensack, NJ. Our number is on our website so just call to request an appointment or email us at storewithnowalls@gmail.com


Vendor Spotlight with Marilyn & John Balzer -- Wildpalm Vintage

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Meet Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market vendor Marilyn Balzer. She and her husband John own Wildpalm Vintage. She shares her passion, expertise and care for vintage jewelry that keep customers coming back to her booth.

John and Marilyn Balzer at Hell's Kitchen Flea Market

John and Marilyn Balzer at Hell's Kitchen Flea Market

What items do you sell at the market?

Vintage jewelry, occasionally vintage purses and purse mirrors.

I try to buy things in mint condition, American pieces made mostly before 1990. The majority of the items I sell are from the 1950s and 1970s. Many of the items are signed by famous manufacturers in the past such as Weiss, Trifari, Monet, Napier, Haskell, Kramer of New York and Eisenberg

It’s true that things that were manufactured in the ‘older days’ were better quality, workmanship and design, and that’s what I love about them. I try and sell my items for a fair price and I have a lot of repeat customers including international customers from London, Italy & Australia

What do you love about the items that you sell?

I love jewelry and I love buying it. I’m very proud of what I sell and I’ve found that this is my niche, and I think I have a good eye for picking out jewelry that people like. Also, I enjoy explaining the quality of the items. I have a vintage encyclopedia that I keep on hand that lists all the manufacturers and photographs of vintage jewelry. I prove to customers what I have is vintage so they see the value of what I have. I’m always learning and I enjoy meeting people. We’ve even had the occasional celebrity buyer like Kate Winslet and Kelly Osbourne.

Marilyn with customers at their booth

Marilyn with customers at their booth

How long have you been at the market?

I have been at Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market since it opened and before that a few years at Chelsea Flea Market. It started out part time and then when my husband retired he joined me and it became full time.

What inspired you to get into the business of selling vintage jewelry?

I’ve always loved jewelry. Vintage jewelry quality is superior to what’s being manufactured today. People constantly ask, is this real? It’s because of the craftsmanship of the pieces.

Where do you find your vintage jewelry?

I mostly buy my items at estate sales, auctions and antique stores but I’m always looking for new items when I travel. If I see something good that needs fixing up then I’ll buy it and make the repairs.

What can shoppers expect to find at your booth?

We have a great display of vintage jewelry and we do our best to give shoppers the best price we can, and I stand by what I sell. For example, if a shopper buys something and a rhinestone falls out, and they come back to the market, I will do my best to fix it. Also, we make vintage charm coin bracelets from international coins that we’ve collected over the years.

My husband made a card that explains how to take care of your vintage costume jewelry. Most of the jewelry that we sell is over 40 years old and so it is made to last. Here are some tips to care for your vintage jewelry:

A glimpse of the great merchandise at Wildpalm Vintage's booth

A glimpse of the great merchandise at Wildpalm Vintage's booth

  • Don’t wear it in the shower
  • Don’t treat it like 14K gold
  • Don’t wear all day everyday—save for special occasions
  • If you’re wearing a bracelet or necklace all day & sweating, take it off when you get home, rinse it and pat it dry to help preserve the life of the jewelry.
  • Costume rings take the most wear so consider removing them when washing your hands if wearing them all day

How can shoppers keep in touch with you?

They can visit our booth every weekend at Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market on West 39th Street in Manhattan and visit our website www.wildpalmvintage.com. If they see something they like on the website then they can correspond with us via email to get more info.

Interested in being interviewed for our next Vendor Spotlight? Email us at info@hellskitchenfleamarket.com

Vendor Spotlight: Andrea Hall Levy of Lofty Vintage at Chelsea Flea Market

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Q: What items do you sell at the market?

A: I sell women’s vintage clothing and accessories from the turn of the century through the 80s.  The items are both for design inspiration and wearable pieces for fashion conscientious women.

Q: How long have you been at the market?

A: I had shopped at the Garage for the past 20 years. I started selling at the Garage in March and when it closed I moved to Chelsea Flea Market where I am now.

Q: What do you love about the items that you sell?

A: I like the mystery of the untold story and bringing new life to vintage items.  I’ve been selling vintage for the past 15 years or so it makes me happy to see new generations have an understanding and enthusiasm for designs from the past.

Q: What inspired you to get into the business of selling these products?

A: I’ve been collecting and wearing vintage clothing and jewelry since my teens.  I knew even then that it was a way for me to stand out from the crowd on a teenager’s budget.  I began selling jewelry and then branched out into clothing and other accessories.  

Q: What can shoppers expect to find at your booth?

A: Since my collection is so expansive I am able to bring new things to the market each time I set up.  I try to anticipate what my customers will be looking for based on upcoming trends.  My clients always look forward to seeing fresh stock in my booth.

Stay in touch with Andrea by visiting her website www.loftyvintage.com and stop by her booth at Chelsea Flea Market to shop for great vintage items.

Interested in being interviewed for our next Vendor Spotlight? Email us at info@hellskitchenfleamarket.com

Vendor Spotlight: Andre Burgos of Andre’s Tavern at Chelsea Flea Market

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Q: What items do you sell at the market?
A: I sell primarily Wine and liquor-related antiques including: unique corkscrews, knives, and table and culinary items. All items are authentic, from the period, and in good to excellent condition. I also sell small table-top or desktop items from time to time, if they appeal to me or catch my eye. The main focus is on quality antiques from around the world with an emphasis on items made in France.


Q: How long have you been at the market?
A: I’ve been in NY for 30 years and I’ve been selling my items for 20-25 years. Originally, I sold items at the Chelsea antique building. Then I spent 14 years at the Antiques Garage. Once the Garage closed I moved to Chelsea Flea Market, where I am currently.


Q: What do you love about the items that you sell?
A: I buy items I like for their visual and craftsmanship qualities. I do have a love for food and wine that comes to me naturally, being from France. I also like researching makers, history and manufacturing techniques which helps me when curating my offerings.


Q: What inspired you to get into the business of selling these products?
A: Growing up in Brittany, my family always collected antiques and made things with their hands. I was surrounded by beautiful things as a child, which probably led to my choosing to study industrial design and interior design in Paris. At 28 I became head of Andree Putman's design office in NYC working on projects like Morgan's hotel, Palladium night club, and Barneys department store, where I supervised the creation of custom-designed and hand-crafted fixtures and furniture for high-end clients with huge budgets. That was back in the 80's; that kind of spending rarely happens these days! I always have had an interest in functional and aesthetically pleasing items.  I've always traveled quite a bit back to France for inspiration, and one time when I was there I found antique corkscrews at a Paris street market that interested me. When I bought them back to New York they sold really fast. So I joined a collectors club and started attending fine auctions to buy more. I became an expert and then I started to expand to more wine related objects, culinary and table items, antique knives and small collection items.


Q: What can shoppers expect to find at your booth? (e.g. new items each week—anything really unique or noteworthy?)
A: I am always on the lookout. I bring in new things each week in addition to the basic items I bring every week. I do the same for my website. I update it each week and send an e-blast to my customers from the markets to give them a preview of the new items. Getting on my email list is the best way of getting the first chance to see and buy my newest finds before they go to the market.


Q: What do you want people to know about your business?
A: I work everyday to discover merchandise and rare finds. I have pride in my merchandise and have a deep knowledge of my inventory, including manufacturing process, makers, patents, usage, etc... I have a buyer in France that supplies me with antiques, but I also buy locally too. That allows me to present a wide selection of hand-picked items from America and Europe. I take great care of the items I sell and in my business -- it gives my customers the feeling that I will take care of them well, too. I have many repeat customers, and some clients that keep coming back for over 20 years!


Q: How can people keep in touch?
A: For people that want to keep informed of new acquisitions and my presence at the market please email me directly at andre@andreburgos.com with any item requests and to be added to my email blast. Also, visit my website at www.andreburgos.com

Interested in being interviewed for our next Vendor Spotlight? Email us at info@hellskitchenfleamarket.com