Visitors at the LIC Flea & Food this weekend will be able to find the perfect pieces to fill their homes.
The popular Long Island City flea market, located at the outdoor lot on the corner of Fifth Street and 46th Avenue, will hold a Furniture Flea on Saturday, Aug. 9, where vendors will offer an array of handmade, repurposed and vintage furniture pieces.
One of the vendors, G Design by Frank Gabrielsen, fabricates industrial style furniture for both the home and office. Pieces, created using reclaimed or new wood or metal, include coffee and conference tables, mirror and bed frames, and much more. Custom work is also available. For more information visit GDesignsLtd.com.
Another vendor, John J. Fondrisi or, as he’s affectionately known, “JJ,” has created an inspired brand by incorporating original fashion drawings by his grandfather Joseph Fondrisi from the Roaring ‘20s along with old black-and-white photos of his grandparents’ friends and family enjoying life during simpler times. JJ has also curated vintage home decor items, such as vintage barware, glasses and accessories as well as a few select refurbished and re-purposed midcentury antiques.
Other vendors include Valeria Munoz, and Robert Kelly of 30westvintage.blogspot.com.
LIC Flea & Food is open every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The flea market offers the best in food, drinks, antiques, clothing, art, accessories and much more.
Initially the Astoria Flea was expected to run for eight consecutive Sundays starting in May, but it now will stay open until Aug. 31.
The market is open every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
For more information visit www.licflea.com.
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