Vintage Leeside Stocking-Fillers

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The Cork Vintage Map; various vintage proprietors pictured at Elizabeth Fort, in the city

In the run-up to the holiday season, the various Leeside purveyors of vintage fashion, vinyl records and various other antiquities are banding together to create the Cork Vintage Map, creating a trail throughout the city of retro gifts and goodies.

Writes Eilís Dillon of Records and Relics:

Over the past few years Cork City has become a hot spot in Ireland for all things antique and vintage, and those in the know like to keep it quietly under their hat! However that’s all about to change with the launch of The Cork Vintage Map, a free pocket map which is available in many of Cork City’s cafes, markets, shops and tourist spots.

The Cork Vintage Map showcases the best of Corks Vintage Shopping. On the map you can discover the best of vintage and vintage inspired clothing and accessories, flea markets, vinyl shops, antiquarian books, homeware, gifts and to complete the look, vintage stylists!

Cork Vintage Map is a collaboration between 13 vintage-inspired businesses, the collaboration includes an online map and physical brochure that connect the shops and lists information and tips to finding the best vintage in Cork City centre.

Full details: The Vintage Map

Irish-made stocking fillers to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie marked ‘Irish-Made Stocking Fillers’. No fee.

13 thoughts on “Vintage Leeside Stocking-Fillers

  1. Verbatim

    I’d call it the second hand trade! Sign of the time when all that’s affordable is other people’s cast offs.

  2. wearnicehats

    They’re all laughing going “and then the American paid me €200 for a pair of gloves that his great great great great grandpappy owned”

  3. scottser

    Vintage Leeside Stocking-Fillers? I thought this was another post about frilly..

    ony kiddn frills ;0

  4. Peter Dempsey

    The ladies with bright red and blue hair are obviously angry liberals. Can’t see either of them getting excited about Ladies Day at the Galway races.

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