National Antiques Week 2015

National Antiques week 18 April – 25 April 2015

Learn more about the fascinating wonderous world of antiques at a series of talks & tours with the experts of the Irish Antique Dealers Association

Full time table available soon

Starting At Russborough on the Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th of April

Free Valuations daily from 12 noon till 5pm

A series of ten lectures over the two days
Guided tour of Russborough with IADA experts daily at 3.30pm

Please contact or to book your ticket for one of the talks

DateTimeTalkPresented By
Saturday 18th April13h00Till death do us part: death and devotion in the Georgian era, the cult of mourning jewellery. Zara Power
Saturday 18th April14h00Japanese Woodblock Prints of the early 19th centuryDavid Whitley
Saturday 18th April15h00Jewellery for the 21st century'Phyllis McNamara
Saturday 18th April16h00The factors that affect change in Irish
Furniture between 1800 & 1845
Eoin Ryan
Saturday 18th April17h00Art Deco - The last great style & the Irish influences Niall Mullen
Sunday 19th April13h00A brief look at popular porcelain and pottery of the nineteenth-
Roxanne Moorhead
Sunday 19th April14h00George Stacpoole, President of the
IADA in conversation with Gerard Kenyon, reminiscing about a life of antique dealing.
George Stacpoole
Sunday 19th April15h00Diamonds: What makes them sparkle?Paul Brereton
Sunday 19th April16h00The Ebb and Flow of decoration on 18th and 19th century Irish and English Silver'Ian Haslam
Sunday 19th April17h00The Time of my Life': A background to restoration of interesting clocks'Kevin Chellor

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