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Anyone for tea?

Thursday, 2nd May, 2013 2:39pm
Anyone for tea?
Anyone for tea?

An eighty year old giant teapot that would have dispensed gallons of tea to the farm labourers at harvest time will be among the curios and memorabilia that will trigger memories for older visitors to next Sunday's (3rd February) Antiques and More Fair in Trim .

A regular event which takes place twice a year in Trim Castle Hotel, the fair is a popular day out for collectors and bargain hunters, with stands selling curios such as old tools, postcards, old coins and advertising posters, side by side with stands selling diamond rings, antique furnishings and original artworks. The fair will be open from noon till 6pm. Information from 087 2670607 or www.vintageireland.eu

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