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Ruby’s at the Beacon, Saturday 27th November


Sadly Ruby (my 1938 Vauxhall) declined to make the journey to Wantage on this cold morning but we were pleased that the very fine Rover had no such pretensions.  His owner, the very dapper  Simon Brown of The Vintage Chauffeur was on hand to offer his services for vintage loving brides and anyone else who fancied travelling in style. read more

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Ruby has a gentleman friend…. or two…


One of the two Ruby’s will be displayed outside the Beacon in Wantage next Sunday 27th November and she will be joined by a gentleman friend or two..

The Vintage Chauffeur will be with us to show off one or both of their classic cars which you can hire along with a very dapper chap for your special day read more

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And the Rain Came Down…..


It wasn’t a sunny day like this at the Old Town Hall in High Wycombe on Saturday 12th November – it was lashing down when our stalwart stallholders were unloading at 7.45am and it continued like this for most of the day so many thanks to our visitors who made it despite the weather!  We are always so pleased to see our return visitors as well who are always so complimentary about Ruby’s. read more

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Back at the Old Town Hall, High Wycombe this Saturday 12th November


We are back at this lovely venue this Saturday for another day of vintage loveliness.  We have a wide variety of offerings for you including Erstwilder brooches and bespoke waistcoats and circular skirts from Anne of Carnation Collectables, true vintage and repro dresses brought along by Jenny of  Hidden Treasures, a fabulous array of vintage handbags and accessories from Sharon Brown, the amazing collection of vintage jewellery from Marianne of All That Glitters and so much more…. read more

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Back at the Old Town Hall…..


Ruby’s arrived back at one of our favourite venues on September 10th – and we had a great showing of vintage and retro from our stallholders.

The Sweet Serenades were in fine voice and entertained us with classics old and new in their own style – they looked pretty classy too! read more

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A Reminder!


We are back at this amazing building on Saturday 10th September – the Old Town Hall in High Wycombe will be full of great vintage sellers, some Ruby Regulars and some exciting new ones.

The Sweet Serenades will be entertaining us with their close harmony singing and the pop up tea room will be serving cake and Prosecco all day – what’s not to like? read more

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Ruby’s at the White Rock Theatre, Sunday 21st August


A dramatic picture of the skies above the White Rock Theatre early in the morning of Sunday 21st August when Ruby’s returned to the seaside.

We had a bijou Fair here in rooms overlooking the sea and many visitors remarked on the quality and variety of the vintage that was on offer.  We had less stalls than we hoped, especially as 3 stallholders had to pull out in the last 12 hours due to illness so we apologise if you were hoping to see more stalls but we like to feel we had the cream of South Coast vintage on offer during the day. read more

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Ruby’s is back at the seaside!


We are back at the White Rock Theatre in Hastings this Sunday, August 21st and hoping for another gloriously sunny day like last year.

The upstairs area overlooking the sea will be full of great vintage stalls and a pop up tea room so why not call in for a shop, and refreshments on your way to or from the newly refurbished Pier? read more

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Ruby’s at Compton Verney’s 1950s Vintage Day Saturday 6th August


We were tremendously excited to be part of this event at Compton Verney Art Gallery & Park and the day certainly lived up to expectations!

From a sunny start to a glorious day of English summer at it’s best, the 1950s vintage Day didn’t disappoint – there was  live music from The Rocco Singers, dance lessons and demonstrations from Strictly Jitterbug, full vintage beauty makeover from Chez Titine, the ladies of the WI were dressed in their finest and demonstrating crafts of the 1950s complete with a typical kitchen, vintage vehicles from the National Motor Museum,  a beach (!) and Segway tours, a 1950s allotment, a tombola, kids games, ice cream and vintage teas, oh and of course, the wonderful exhibition itself which showcases Sanderson fabrics, Ercol furniture, 1950s fabrics and dresses and of course us! read more

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