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Antique, Art Deco, 20th Century and Vintage
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Something antique is also vintage, but something vintage isn't necessarily antique. estatediamondjewerly.com informs us that 'vintage' refers to something that is from an earlier generation; 'antique' refers to something that is over 100 years old. Visit the Melbourne Fair for antique and vintage finds for all budgets.
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An exclusive range of antiques, jewellery, couture, arts and some of the country's most significant and rare objects will be returning to Caulfield Racecourse (8-11 August). The Fair will have something to suit every style and budget with over 50 exhibitors and thousands of unique and treasured objects.
Over four days, Australia's best 20th century, antique, Art Deco and vintage dealers will transform the Indoor Concourse of Caulfield Racecourse into a collector's mecca of the most unique and covetable items available in Australia.
For fashion enthusiasts, a number of vintage fashion and couture dealers will represent the world's most high-end brands, including; Chanel, Dior, Gucci, Ferragamo, Dolce & Gabbana and more. Collector Jermel Nakia, better known for his role as Young William on hit TV series This Is Us, adds Hollywood glamour with his curated collection of iconic movie costumes.
Avid interiors enthusiast can find iconic furniture spanning the restrained elegance of the Georgian era, to the crisp and clean lines of the mid-20th century. Also find exquisite jewellery, fine art, vintage fashion, lighting, collectables and decorative arts at Melbourne's largest fair.
Ticket choices range from Opening Night tickets for Thursday 8 August at 6:00pm for $30 to a Multi-day pass, 9-11 August for $15 (one ticket which allows entry Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the fair).