Wednesday, August 20, 2014


What objects that we use in our daily lives today might be considered ‘vintage’ 50 – 60 years later and sought after by collectors or by people curious about a past life style?
This activity has been prepared by Füsun Savcı to whom we owe thanks
According to the dictionary, the word ‘vintage’ means the following:
·         Is used to describe something that is not new but that is valued because of its good condition, attractive design, etc.
·         Used to describe something that has the best qualities or characteristics of the things made or done by a particular person, organization, etc.

According to the following link, vintage refers to:

·         The time that something of quality was produced
·         Denoting something of high quality, especially something from the past or characteristic of the best period of a person’s work

Familiarize yourself with the term:
·         “Is it vintage or antique and why should you care?”
·         “Using the present to find collectibles for the future”
Videos to watch:
·         “Istanbul’s flea market”
Look and learn:
·         “Antiques of the future”
·         “How to find antiques of the future”
Reading material to annotate:
·         “Cool and collected”
·         “Vintage London”
·         “Why is vintage so popular now?
·         “Why buy vintage?” 

1 comment: