Vintage & Antiques

Heaven is right here for lovers of antiques, vintage wares, curiosities and collectables.

Little antique outlets are dotted throughout the villages, but if you want huge choice in just one or two villages, try Tyabb and Dromana.

Both have enormous antique centres with between 20 and 40 stall holders, most with a passion for a particular era or wares. For a beautiful backdate of your wardrobe, check out the jewellery, clothes, shoes, bags, hats, retro and vintage clothing. If you want to find genuine period pieces for your home, stall holders will help with antiques, art deco, retro wares and fun Australiana. If you’d like to add to your own antique and furniture collection, there are many antique, collectable and vintage clothing stores in Mornington Peninsula villages including Dromana, Tyabb and Mornington. Whether you like to look at retro, vintage or just really old stuff, collect antiques or hunt out a bargain, the Mornington Peninsula has an vintage or antique businesses for you. There are numerous opportunity and thrift shops in each of the major towns, as well as pre-loved furniture, clothes and collector corners of items from bygone eras.

The Factory Antique Market

  
Since its opening in 2010, The Factory Antiques Market has developed into a unique complex of antiques, collectables, jewellery, clothing and shoes, vintage items, retrowares, flash trash, tools and outdoor furniture.

The Centre already has a devoted following because of the ever changing stock at very competitive prices. All put together by a group of stall holders with a passion for the eclectic.

With its range of eclectic and varied vendors, there is certain to be literally something for every taste. Vintage clothing, classic Australiana, retro advertising, movie buff stuff, gorgeous jewellery, sculpture, antique tools, pottery, glassware, books, vinyl records and anything reminiscent of yesteryear is there to be found by the sharp eye.

Stalls are jam packed wtih English, Chinese, Japanese, French and Australian fruniture, decor and collectibles. There is something for most tastes. The designer and vintage clothing and accessories bring a trendy boutique atmosphere to the stalls.

George Amanatidis is the owner and operator of the Factory Antique Market, formerly from the Mornington Antique Centre in Tyabb Rd. It is now almost 20 years since he became involved in the antiques business and he is still amazed daily at the pleasure it gives him.

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