Irish art, antique furniture, vintage fashion, jewellery, prints, engravings, books, silver, glass, porcelain, rugs and toys will all be featured.
Now in its 25th year the Limerick fair, organised by Hibernian Antique Fairs, has grown to become one of the biggest in Ireland. This crowd puller attracts dealers from throughout the island of Ireland.
Among those who will be taking part are George Stacpoole of Adare, President of the Irish Antique Dealers Association, Weldon’s of Dublin; Treasures Irish art, Athlone; Greene’s Antique Furniture Galleries, Drogheda; Gallery Zozimus of Francis St, Dublin; Donegal Antiques; Vanessa Parker Rare Books, Co. Mayo; Bridgend Antique Furniture, Belfast; David Floyd china and porcelain from the UK; Alex Chamberlain, tin plate toys, steam engines and gramophones, Co Cork; Eddie Moylan clocks and radios, Kerry, Peta Lancaster vintage fashion, Co Clare; Roberta Cobb, porcelain and china, Belfast; Brian Hurley China, Kinsale; Tobin Books, Co Waterford and Stephen Ryan rugs from Co. Down.
Opening times are from 11 am to 6 pm next Saturday and on Sunday week.