The Collective Market ,7274 Malugay Street , San Antonio Village Makati City
I saw an event poster a few days before independence day. I decided to visit the flea market just to see what are the items for sale.
The Collective is Makati’s version of Cubao Expo or M. H. Del Pilar in Malate . It is a place for artists , crafts,vintage items, interesting knicknacks, pre-loved toys, collectibles, furniture, DYI art . I met some of the organizers of the bazaar and they are planning to make this as a regular event. They have a weekly bazaar but on a smaller scale.
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I met the artist who sells some postcards at the flea market . The postcards were printed in low quantity , Which explains the price of the postcards are a little bit pricey compared to NBS , Bridges and Merriam Webster .
The retail price is Php 35 each or 2 pieces for Php 50 . For postcard collectors which focuses on art , you may take a second look at her postcards . I think she is also a regular at the Escolta monthly bazaar organized by 98-B Gallery . She also had an interesting paintings.
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Ms. Celena Jasmin and Ms. Marcela Suller
I met two young entrepreneurs with a cheerful disposition in life, I took a second look at their items for sale. I notice that they have some vintage reproduction of postcards from the US, aside from the stuff toys that they are selling during the bazaar .
Contact : Ms. Celena Jasmin -0906-66-606316 , Ms. Marcela Suller – 0930-6836501
Ms. Feliza Hormillo
Ms. Feliza Hormillo is also a tenant of Escolta monthly market, she sells different kinds of bags which features Manila famous landmarks.
There were 15 to 20 sellers at the bazaar.
I was able to sample some dried dates , which according to the seller were imported from Saudi Arabia.
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For more information about the bazaar , Mr. Philip- 0915-205 3382, Mara- 09063275899
Note: There were some booths selling items , proceeds helps a community or other NGO groups.