SALVO, the original architectural salvage fair returns to the Henley estate of Sir William and Lady McAlpine on 23rd-25th June with a Green Living Fest. Zero waste chef Douglas McMaster, vintage fashion and ethical style-savvy stands will join the unique mix of reclaimed materials and antiques. Shop architectural, decorative, garden, mid century and industrial pieces, discover Fawley Hill’s renowned railway collection and ride a full size steam train.
Salvo Fair is acknowledged as the best in its field, catering to all tastes with an eye for the unusual, where hundreds of designers buy the look they need from the best and most unique antique, reclaimed and salvaged stocks.
Salvo’s ambition is to increase awareness of sustainability and celebrate reloved pieces with vintage and eco-friendly craftspeople. See the beauty of reuse with dresses made from waste materials and fabric created with discarded tailoring tools. Shop vintage and home fashions, repurposed jewellery and accessories. Salvo’s charity partner, Smart Works, unique fashion reuse both helps women who are out of work and reduces landfill.
Enjoy guilt free shopping and organic wine from Vintage Roots at the Charity Gala Preview on Friday 23rd June, with all ticket proceeds going to the charity.
Salvo Fair will be at Icehouse Lane, Henley on Thames on June 23 to 25. Special weekend tickets include the chance to taste chef Douglas McMaster’s 2-course lunch in the Silo at Salvo restaurant styled by vintage furniture house Metroretro. Zero waste with plenty of taste and dishes like transatlantic emission free Pirate chocolate fondant. Visit www.salvofair.com for tickets and more information.