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Expired Event - The Sydney Fair - 17 May 2018

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The Sydney Fair

When:
Every day until Sun 20 May 2018
Cost:
$30 opening night, $15/10conc. general day entry
Details:
If you think The Sydney Fair is only for lovers of 18th Century Antiques, think again, over 60 Australian and International best 20th Century, Art Deco, Vintage and Antique dealers will be at the Royal Hall of Industry Moore Park with thousands of pieces 17th to 20th May. Each piece is individually selected by an exhibitor with so many items absolutely unique. Buy an engagement ring, a dining suite, a fabulous necklace from a Hollywood Costume designer, a poster or print, everything from Furniture, Art, Lighting, Bronzes, Porcelain and glass. There is something here for everyone in every price range.

And for Fashionistas, from the 1920s to Designer today, Vintage Fashion and Designer pieces from names like Dior, Chanel, - fashion, bags, jewellery. On Saturday and Sunday we have great events, Catwalk parades and a Couture Exhibition. Events will be listed on the website.

Tickets for The Sydney Fair are now on sale, starting from $10 for concession, $15 general day admission to $30 for the opening night. Buy your tickets at the website link and follow the latest Sydney Fair news on our Facebook page.
Location:
Royal Hall of Industries, Moore Park
Contact:
Dianne Pickett on
  0407321865

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