13th-15th September 2019
RDS, Hall 2 - Shelbourne Hall, Dublin

Timeless – The Irish Antique Dealers Fair – combines contemporary design history with the best of Irish antiques, giving attendees a unique chance to find the perfect piece to make a home.

Timeless features a carefully selected blend of contemporary and antique exhibitors, allowing all ages to focus on the once-off yet affordable design that appeals to them.

The fair gives a fascinating insight into great craftsmanship throughout the ages, attracting collectors and connoisseurs of all tastes.

For over half a century, the fair has been synonymous with quality – with all items having to be vetted before display.

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Antiques Dealers from the 2018 Fair

John Farrington Antiques
Michael Connell Antiques
Robert Christie Antiques
Marie Curran Antiques
Sofas and Chairs.ie
Adam Antiques
Osborne Gallery
Yeat's Country Antiques
Ryan & Smith Antique Fireplaces
Straffan Antiques
Gallery Zozimus
The Store Yard
James Wray & Co
Sol Art Gallery
The Whitethorn Gallery
Courtville Antiques
Stoney Road Press
Greene's Antiques Drogheda
Peter Linden
The Silver Shop
Danker Antiques
Niall Mullen Antiques
JW Weldon
Tara Crystal Chandeliers
Saul Greenstein
Treasures Irish Art & Antiques
Mid-Century Online
Timepiece Antique Clocks
Paul Brereton
Parallel Editions
Dee Brophy Decorative Antiques
Greystones Antiques
Irish Georgian Society
Friends of the Hunt Museum
Ireland's Blue Book
Irish Arts Review

Lectures from the 2018 Fair

Friday 28th September
12 noon

Robert O’Byrne, writer and journalist.

Gone for good. Unfamiliar Irish country house ruins.  (A book on this subject will be published in Spring 2019).

The treasures of Waterford Museum by Eamonn McEneaney, Director of the Museum.
Saturday 29th September
12 noon

Julian Radcliffe of the Art Loss Register.

Recording what you own. Beating the thief and reducing premiums.

Emer O’Kelly, broadcaster and journalist.
Barbies, bibelots and brown furniture
Sunday 30th September
12 noon
George Williams, antique dealer.
Gargoyles and griffins, an explosion of fashion, methods and meaning of Irish cabinet making revealed.
Gearoid Hayes. Artist and researcher.
Walter Osborne RHA. A fresh perspective and new discoveries.

Friday 13th Sept 11am-8pm
Saturday 14th Sept 11am-7pm
Sunday 15th Sept 11am-6pm

Admission: €10