The National Antiques Art and Vintage Fair 2016

The National Antiques Art and Vintage Fair 2016

The National Antiques Art and Vintage Fair 2016, Ireland’s biggest Antiques and Vintage fair returns to South Court Hotel this March. Organised by Hibernian Antique Fairs, Robin O’Donnell the CEO has great pleasure in inviting everyone to attend the event both days.

Ireland’s biggest antique fair, now in its 26th year, sees antique shops, art galleries & vintage dealers from all corners of Ireland take a stand.

In attendance will be 100 of Ireland’s top antique shops, art galleries and vintages dealers.

Over one million items from all over Ireland will be in Limerick on 19th and 20th of March priced for sale and open to negotiation.

Browse through vintage furniture, Irish arts, silver, jewellery ,coins and banknotes, china and porcelain, toys, prints and engravings.

Robin O’Donnell has been an Antique & Fine Art dealer for 28 years. She is now the CEO of Hibernian Antique Fairs and has been running Antqiue & Art Fairs all over Ireland for the last 22 years. The Irish National Antique & Art Fair is her biggest fair, held bi-annualy in The South Court Hotel Limerick.

Along with this Fair Robin runs 30 other Fairs all over Ireland each year. She runs and owns The Belfast Antique & Fine Art Fair, The Munster Antique Fair Silver Springs Cork, The Kerry Antique Fair Dunloe Castle and Fells Point , Dromoland Castle Antique Fair , The Tullamore, Carlow, Athy, Kildare, Waterford, Clare, Galway, Kilkenny, Wicklow, Wexford Antique & Art Fairs. Her most well known and most prestigious ever is The Luxury Collection at The K Club Co Kildare. Which was last run in 2008.

If you have never visited this spectacular fair before then come and have the most unusual and fantastic day out for all the family.

Admission on the day is €5 for adults and children go free.

For more details about the event contact Robin O’Donnell on 00-353-87-6933602 or by email on [email protected]

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