See what's new at the Brooklyn Flea Williamsburg

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    Back With a Bang
    Vintage buyer and seller Angela Weiland has recently made the move from Portland, OR, to Brooklyn and is hawking vintage treasures from her storage unit in Portland. Her funky clothes and accessories, darling jewels, retro art and housewares make for a must-visit stall.

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    1930s vintage necklaces (green stones $225; green and yellow stones $175) at Back With a Bang

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    1940s vintage chalkware faces ($50 for the set) at Back With a Bang

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    Park Delicatessen
    Owner Mike Sclafani has joined the flea to sell his store's handmade wares, including spring flower arrangements, pillows, stuffed animals and hip baby clothes. Find him during the week at the Park Delicatessen store (533 Park Place at Classon Ave, Prospect Heights, Brooklyn; 718-789-8889, parkdelibk.com) selling flowers, dry goods and skateboards.

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    Classic seasonal flower arrangement in a repurposed bean can ($38) at Park Delicatessen

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    Handmade Japanese Indigo baby pants ($44) at Park Delicatessen

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    Opus 418
    William Sours has been restoring furniture for 30 years and is making a new home at the Flea after recently closing his store in Williamsburg. He's featuring unique table-base designs made from recycled material---the only new parts are the bolts.

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    Reclaimed steel and wood table base ($700) at Opus 418

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    Reclaimed steel and wood table base ($700) at Opus 418

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    Reclaimed steel and wood table base ($700) at Opus 418

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    Phil Fehr
    With his boxes of vintage comic books, sports cards, toys and horror books, Fehr's collectibles are bound to bring out the inner child in any guy. Since closing his collector's store in Queens, Fehr stuck with the hobby and has started selling his finds once again at the Flea.

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    Vintage Mad Monsters action figures ($10 each) at Phil Fehr

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    Mad Monsters vintage comic book ($15) at Phil Fehr

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    Startling Stories vintage comic book ($8) at Phil Fehr

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    The Brooklyn Art Library
    This Williamsburg arts hub is sharing a selection of favorites from their "Sketchbook Project" in a library-like setting with seats, several bookshelves of sketchbooks and even a returns box to drop off the books after a quick browse. Flea visitors can sit and relax while flipping through pages of personal art from around the world.

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Back With a Bang
Vintage buyer and seller Angela Weiland has recently made the move from Portland, OR, to Brooklyn and is hawking vintage treasures from her storage unit in Portland. Her funky clothes and accessories, darling jewels, retro art and housewares make for a must-visit stall.

The new Sunday outpost of the Brooklyn Flea has pitched on the banks of the East River with a handful of new vendors in addition to existing Flea favorites who have a second post at this location. We went along on opening day to meet the new faces and check out their wares. Keep an eye out for the following vendors, debuting throughout April:

The Collective: Maggie Owsley's recently closed Colorado vintage and design shop finds a new home at the Flea. April 10

Hot House Market: A husband-and-wife team from Indiana who are new to the antiques biz will be selling finds including old frames, furniture and dining ware. April 10

Slipped Disc: After closing in 2008, one of Long Island's longest-running punk-rock record shops will return from the dead to sell collectible 45s, posters and band tees. April 17

Neal Mello: A longtime NYC dealer will sling a selection of vintage furniture, clothes and knickknacks. April 10

Sam Reiss: Stop by this young collector's stall for antiques and collectibles ranging from Herman Miller chairs to your favorite '80s Nintendo video games. April 23

Fine and Dandy: You'll find a curated collection of stylish locally-made and sourced menswear including bowties, scarves, pocket squares and cufflinks at this booth. May 1

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