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Welcome to Gingermegs Vintage, purveyors and collectors of affordable vintage clothing; including a stunning array of vintage wedding dresses and a wide array of A grade vintage dresses. Our specialist collection of vintage jewellery and vintage accessories has been collected from around the world, and we home a selection of rare Art Deco pieces alongside a veritable hoard of 50s costume jewellery.
Our vintage clothing range can be found online in our Etsy shop which is an extension of our beloved vintage boutique based at the heart of vintage life in Birmingham; The Jewellery Quarter. Brimming with a wonderful assortment of vintage clothing, we specialise in vintage clothes from the 1920s to the 1950s, so if you love 50s vintage dresses or 1940s coats Gingermegs Vintage is the place for you!
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1920s lame draws me in every time. Whether it be a pastel fabric with a subtle shimmer of metallic thread, or a bold and brash golden opera cape that screams for attention. I love it when intertwined with coloured threads in a brocade or jacquard type fabric, spun into golden lace or simply woven as […]
Recently I have found myself with a burgeoning addiction to antique and vintage shawls in all their forms, and I have been lucky enough to view and handle some magnificent paisley and Kashmir shawls. I’ve written a VERY brief synopsis of their history (basically so that I can show you some pretty pictures) and included […]
Having chosen Birmingham’s famous Jewellery Quarter as our new base, we thought it fitting that we should develop our range of vintage and antique jewellery. Or fine antique jewellery collection is slowly growning and we have had some beautiful pieces pass through our fingers over the last few months. I have a particular fondness for Victorian gypsy […]
Etsy is an online market place which sells the finest vintage and the most fabulous artisian crafts, I’m not sure why it took us so long to move our online shop there! We’re still stocking vintage from the 1800s up until the 1950s , but we’ve increased our range of fine jewellery and older vintage, […]
The Black Country Living Museum first opened in 1978, and I first visited in the early 1980s. I have loved the place ever since. When I heard about the 1940s weekend at the Black Country Museum a few years back I was desperate to get involved. My favourite era celebrated in one of my favourite places, how […]
It was over four years ago that I first opened the doors of Gingermegs Vintage. I had a tiny space in the Custard Factory with room for only three rails of clothing and some accessories. I lasted 6 weeks before I outgrew the space and moved to number 6 Gibb St, where I stayed for […]