Mason & Painter Vintage

On behalf of a great blogger and writer, Felicity Harley, I am featuring a shop belonging to one of her relatives.

The shop is in London, and this is their introduction.

Mason & Painter Vintage
Welcome to Mason & Painter vintage store, established in 2013 and located on Columbia Road, east London, home to the famous Sunday Flower Market.

The shop forms part of an old upholstery workshop – once part of the booming furniture trade in Shoreditch, dating back to around 1880. Our carefully curated selection of stock mixes French vintage cafΓ© furniture, homewares, mirrors, paintings and prints with industrial salvage, ceramics and plants.

As well as the premises mentioned, they also have an online shop, and a WordPress blog.

If you would like to contact them about anything, here are the details.

I don’t usually post such features, but Felicity is one of the most supportive bloggers I know, so I am happy to help on this occasion.

36 thoughts on “Mason & Painter Vintage

  1. Thanks so much for posting this Pete and everyone for their great and supportive comments. My cousin is a delightful person, very unassuming. Covid caused her to close her shop and so she went on line in the hope of recouping some business. All the support you can give her is most welcome. She and her husband live a very simple life with their daughter Marnie in Hackney – he is a house painter and photographer.

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    1. It was my pleasure, Felicity. Such a high percentage of my readers come from outside the UK though, and our postal charges will make it very expensive for them to buy online.
      Best wishes, Pete.

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      1. It would stretch it a lot even Amazon I stay away from although I do shop online in the Uk when looking for gifts for family who ive in the UK although sometimes then I have afit at the postage within the UK …we had this conversation yesterday actually and my son told me how much a first class stamp was …which shocked me but I suppose 8 years down the lines costs have increased.

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        1. I stopped sending cards at Christmas last year. The postal charges here are ridiculous. It is cheaper to drive 30 miles each way to delver a small parcel than to send it by mail. πŸ™‚

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