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Kieren and Laraine Hall, Acacia Restorations, Dundas We at Acacia Restorations are as usual looking forward to participating in the Oakville Antique show this November.
We acquired some rather interesting 18th century Dutch marquetry pieces this year which we are in the process of restoring to make them ready for the show.
And a couple of surprise items to satisfy those with eclectic taste.
Looking forward to meeting & greeting new and old friends.” Shirley & Armand Jeffrey Reid, Splurge Antiques, Toronto sets up an extremely well-appointed booth offering 19th century furniture both formal and Canadiana, decorative arts including ceramics, art glass and Canadian art pottery, historic and contemporary paintings as well as great folk art.
Jeffrey has become synonymous with a great looking booth featuring great pieces.
Linda Buckley, Antiques by Linda, Cambridge This is her first appearance at Oakville.
It was deaccessioned in early 2015, now fully restored, it will be available at the Oakville Show.” Ken and Holly Newland, A Tick in Tyme Antiques, Bloomfield Eclectic would be an accurate description of what Holly and Ken bring to a show. Always some good advertising, as in the Savage Rifle counter sign and the MG logo shown here.
Richard Flensted-Holder Antiques, Toronto Richard is one of Canada’s top authorities on silver.
His booth will feature a wide range of silver tablewares and decorative pieces. “Tiger maple and cherry butler’s chest, Halton County circa1845.
Log in to update this listing Antiques and More Fair At Clontarf Castle Dublin's biggest Sunday fair, established over 20 years, 45 traders in antique and vintage furniture and decor, art, rare books, jewellery, vintage fashion, collectibles and curios. Parking, regular bus service, great Sunday lunch served.
11am till 6pm admission 3.50 Euro FAIRS HOTLINE 087 2670607, INTERNATIONAL 353 872670607. Log in to update this listing Ireland's Trim Castle Hotel Antiques Fair Dates to be confirmed.....
If you remember, we like to ‘theme’ our booth and this year being no exception, ‘French Country’ provides a small window into European flare that is warm, cozy and a perfect setting for Christmas treasures.