Antiques and Collectibles fans can see the annual Shepparton Antiques Fair again hosting several new professional dealers as well as your old favourites.
 
March 5-6th will see St Augustine’s Church  hall transformed into an impressive showcase of antiques with dealers from all around the country combining for the 35th Annual Shepparton Antiques Fair.
 
Organised by antiques dealer Mick Dalton, this fair is a great drawcard for collectors both serious collector and novice alike.
 
Traditionally the aim of a fair is to cater for all tastes and incomes, from the smallest thimble to a grand Victorian chest. Prices are competitive and the range of items for sale is enormous, enabling customers to view many different dealers all together under one roof, instead of travelling to many different establishments. Dealers exhibiting at the fair also buy antiques during the fair.
 
Georgian and Victorian  jewellery, English and European porcelain, silver, glass, linen, clocks ,lamps, collectables and furniture, both rustic and traditional will be displayed with great care and pride, the dealers themselves endeavouring to supply as much information as possible to help the collector.
 
The Shepparton Antiques Fair is also a fundraiser for St. Augustine’s who will be providing delicious light lunches, morning and afternoon teas throughout the fair.
 
The Shepparton Antiques Fair is open to the public from 10am until 5pm on Saturday 5th and  from 10am until 4pm on Sunday 6th March.

Admission is $9.00 for adults and includes a lucky door prize ticket. Accompanied children are free.
 
St Augustine’s Church Hall is situated in Orr St Shepparton ( off Knight St ) behind the Anglican Church in Maude St.
 
For any further information please contact Mick Dalton Mob: 0428 446 534.

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