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Malatesta & Montefeltro

National Antiques Market and Exhibition

Pennabilli

The 43rd edition of the “National Antiques Fair” City of Pennabilli will host about 40 exhibitors, some of whom come from other European countries (Spain, Switzerland, Belgium).

The exhibition, which is part of the circuit of quality antiques, will be held for the duration of three weeks at Palazzo Olivieri  (air-conditioned premises) in the heart of Pennabilli, a Medieval town, which for three weeks in July becomes one with the valuable exhibition. It is an ideal setting for a unique exhibition, thanks to its long tradition and its wonderful location.

From archaeological finds from ancient Egypt to some objects in Liberty style, from Etruscan vases to Medieval furniture, from old ceramics to Art Deco, the objects exhibited are rare and selected pieces. They belong to a period which spans from the 10th century  b.c. to the '50s.

The Fair is an art event without limits of space, time and place, a fascinating journey through different epochs and styles where silverware, furniture, paintings, majolica, carpets, jewels, and sculptures are witnesses to our history.

The high level of the Gallery and the quality of the items shown are guaranteed by a committee of experts of the Antiques Fair  which has organized the event for the last 40 years, wholly committed to preserving throughout the years the Italian heritage in general, and the Marches’ heritage in particular. So much so that the Fair  has become synonymous with quality and reliability.

 

Opening time:

From Monday to Friday 3.00 - 8.00 p.m.
Saturdays and Sundays 10.00 1.m. - 1.00 p.m. and 3.00 - 8.30 p.m.

Entrance fee:

10,00 €

 

Duration

  • from 13/07/2013 to 28/07/2013
National Antiques Market and Exhibition
Palazzo Olivieri - Piazza Montefeltro

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