5 New Year Finds At Brisbane's Relove Oxley

Written by Staff Writers
Category: General Published: Wednesday, 22 January 2020 15:50

Kick off the year with a rummage at Relove Oxley in the western suburbs of Brisbane. 'Tis the year for recycle, reuse, repurpose and Relove.

All up, it’s rummage central; perfect for collectors, decorators, model enthusiasts and nostalgists. Relove's Jason and James have pulled out five beauties to showcase the awesomeness at Relove Oxley.

Relove Oxley can’t be done in an hour. Bring a companion, bring change for a coffee (it’s good) and transport yourself for a few hours. Pro tip: find them on Instagram too.

One

Powder blue Depression glass hexagonal vase. The Deco styling and the coolest of blue makes this a great piece to complement the warm teaks of a midcentury modern household.

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Two

More horn than you can handle in a Viking-styled ship lamp. Fabulous for a Tiki bar and a real statement. Natural tones allow this ruffian to sail into almost any home's colour palette.

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Three

Looks like the reef is missing an angel. 1950s Beswick fish, a bit whimsical and exquisitely made. A real collector's piece.

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Four

Fancy times call for fancy measures. Nothing screams good taste like Victorian copperware. An essential for any mad hatter's arsenal.

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Five

He-Man! And the MASSSTERRRRS of the universe! Hold aloft your magic sword and reveal some fabulous secret powers. Roleplay?

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Next time you're in Brisbane, head to Relove Oxley on Blunder Road. It's open seven days.

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