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In an unfinished space on the corner of Front and Washington Streets in Dumbo, a mini flea market has arisen. The Winter Antiques Pop-Up Market, brought to you by the folks behind Fort Greene's Brooklyn Flea, arrived this morning at 11am. For the next 12 weekends, a crew of vintage and antique furniture, jewelry, clothing, art and collectible dealers will sell their wares here. The selection is an well-edited version of what was available at the Flea. During our trip round the market earlier today, we took particular note of the many pieces of gorgeous mid-century modern furniture, but there's also plenty of clothing and accessories for those looking to furnish their wardrobe, rather than their apartment.