Ten lucky finds at the summer Horseshoe Market: A preview
We unequivocally love the Berkeley district's Horseshoe Market for a myriad of reasons, but mostly it's a matter of the spirit of the thing, which is old and modern all at the same time: Its mix of vintage wares, unique handmades and trendy food and drink on wheels fits the 21st century like an elegant old glove. The second of three Horseshoes scheduled this season sets up shop in the Olinger Moore Howard Chapel parking lot tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with more than 100 vendors manning the booths. Browsing is free, of course, but come with your handbag fully stocked for the food and finds. Here's a peek at what awaits you.
1: Amy's Old School
This vintage embroidered cowboy shirt is just one of the many vintage finds made by Amy Nelson, who scours the thrift and antique markets for beautiful things that speak of the past in a way only vintage can.
2: Winter Garden Studios
Adrienne DeLoe of Winter Garden Studios designs and makes jewelry with a botanical theme.