Craft has deep roots in the world of Americana – having given opportunities to creative people from all of its sub-cultures. This legacy is one we aim to bring to life at Black Deer Mercantile.
In our award-winning first year in 2018, Black Deer Mercantile was the place where artisans told their stories of how creating something – and seeing the impact it has out there in the world – brings them huge meaning and value.
Black Deer Mercantile is where you’ll find our community of craftspeople and artisans, talented folk who share our values of authenticity, and life lived at a slower pace. You’ll discover vintage, American inspired goods and thoughtfully crafted artisan wares, where hearty materials and simple form pay homage to the cultural heritage of America – yet it’s also where contemporary artisans bring new perspectives, offering modern interpretations of classics.
Black Deer Mercantile 2019:
Flatfoot Johnny maker of bespoke old-time and early banjos.
Jessica Christie-Miller and her eclectic wreaths, candle holders and individual works of art.
Ruby Cubes and their beautiful bowls, baskets and pots made from unbleached cotton rope.
Roman Rodriguez of Monte Wooden Surfboards – contemporary in their form and performance, but as old as the first Hawaiian settlers in attitude.
Hi Cacti bringing Cactus & Southwestern home décor to Mercantile.
LadyJane’s Vintage Bandwagon is full of original posters and women’s vintage clothing.
Hang Up will be offering vintage American Western wear, badges and patches.
Peony Vintage with handpicked original vintage clothing and inspired handmade jewellery & accessories.
Vintage Warehouse 13 and their range of vintage and antique clothing.
EV Black Vintage with their vintage and pre-loved items.