South Dublin Antiques Fair – Dun Laoghaire – Sunday 10th February 2019
With 40 specialist and eclectic traders taking part, there will be a huge array of items, spread over two floors, at this Sunday’s South Dublin Antiques & Vintage Fair at The Royal Marine Hotel. From antique and vintage furniture and retro décor to vintage fashions and accessories, plus antique silver, tableware and jewellery, along with fine art, plus rare coins, medals, memorabilia and other collectables (not to mention countless quirky curios); there will literally be something to suit all tastes, interests and budgets.
First up, Greene’s Antiques of Drogheda will be among those specialising in antique and vintage furniture, along with both Handlebar Antiques and William Huey Antiques, together offering a large range of furniture from traditional Victorian and Edwardian pieces, to upcycled vintage pieces and everything in between.
Antique and vintage jewellery exhibitors taking part include Nessador Antiques, Janet Greeves of Belfast, Strictly Vintage, and Delights Antiques, along with Marie Curran of Dublin, exhibiting both antique jewellery and silver, and Bluedot Antiques who will be exhibiting antique jewellery along with a selection of carefully-curated items for the home.
A number of traditional collectables traders will also be in attendance, including traders specialising in coins, medals, postcards, vintage and antiquarian books and more. Meanwhile, Granny’s Attic Vintage of Newry will present a huge range of items, including authentic vintage fashion, accessories and more, along with Lola Blue Vintage and others.
In addition, you can expect to find countless items for the home, including antique and vintage tableware and kitchenalia, whose beauty and design have withstood the tests of time and changing tastes, along with television, movie and music memorabilia, fine art and so much more With thousands of items on display, you can look forward to a day of pleasant surprises as you delve into the past and explore the artefacts of a bygone era.
All the latest information here: www.vintageireland.eu