Wednesday, April 7, 2010

FUNKIJUNK

While browsing through the Raleigh, NC Fairground Fleamarket over the weekend I happened upon one of the most exciting vendors called FUNKIJUNK. I also had to the pleasure to meet Mike and Christianne Moyers, the adorable and sweet couple behind FUNKIJUNK. Throughout the year they sell their amazing selection of vintage finds at various antique shows and online through Etsy and Ebay. When they aren't set-up at shows you can find them in a little condo inside an 1840's cotton mill in Concord, North Carolina. How cute, right?

I love their selection of goods like colorful books, a teal pie holder, a retro clock, old coin purses and an assortment of vintage jewelry. They also had a variety of old lithographs that I can't get enough of. Cow lithograph - yes! Gemstone lithograph - even better! Mineral lithograph - already bought it (sitting pretty on my bedside table)! If you are interested in any of these items or to find out more please visit them online.

Link - FUNKIJUNK on Ebay, Etsy and Derby House

11 comments:

Kate said...

wow, that mineral poster is just amazing.

Aimee Bumgarner said...

Love this! Especially that horse embroidered tea towel and the cow lithograph! Great find.

cindy said...

i love the little changes purses, which seem so personal and used.

The Lil Bee said...

The Story of a Hundred Operas looks like something I'd want to watch on The History Channel or PBS! So neat, D :)

megan said...

best shop name ever.

Sundari said...

So adorable. What a fun life to live.

leah said...

i think i would spend far too long at this shop. and then i would get annoyed at myself for doing so, but i would, at the same time, want to go back after i made myself leave.

// S said...

Love the turquoise clock & suitcase... reminds me of the turquoise oven I once had!

our little love nest said...

I'm so going to Concord to check them out! How cool are they?!!
(Your blog is fabulous! I love it!)

Envelop said...

Love this post! Quite a discovery those vintage collectors of FUNKIJUNK!

Vivi said...

I'm a regular reader of your blog and totally didn't know you were in NC! Me too! Hope you post more about local stuff (and isn't the fairgrounds just the best??)

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