Art and Antiques Fair at Deulin Castle
Renowned antiques dealers exhibit their most remarkable finds in the castle's various spaces. In Fronville the 12, 13, 19 and 20/10/13.
These open days are brilliant for two reasons:
- It's the only Antiques Fair to be held in a castle that is a Listed Heritage Building of the Walloon Region
- They are an invitation to visit an estate that's been in the family since 1758.
The antiques dealers present this year will be:
Stephane and Dominique de Harlez, 18th century objects and furniture.
Galerie Desmet, sculptures and 16th and 17th century art.
Galerie Bernard De Leye, 15th and 19th century gold and silverware.
Galerie Jean-Pierre Gros (Paris), objects, furniture, paintings and chandeliers from the 18th and 19th centuries.
Gransholms Herrgard (Sweden), antique Swedish objects and furniture.
Libertas Gallery, paintings by 17th and 18th century masters, impressionists.
Pierre Millet (France), 18th and 19th century furniture, curiosities.
Sue Ollemans (England), oriental art.
Axel Pairon, art & vintage design.
Jean-François Régis, furniture and tasteful objects.
Etienne Roland, kilims and old textiles, seats.
Saint Eloi Antiquités (France), silverware and bronzes.
Arnaud and Sophie de Spa, objects, furniture and old paintings.
Olivier Theunissen and Anthony Englebert.
Meta Leefkens, guest artist - woven straw creations.
From 11am to 7pm. Entry fee: €8 per person.
Food and drink in the tower (home-made meals and delicious wines...).
Access: Deulin is 110km from Brussels and Luxembourg.
Motorway E411, exit 18.
When on the N4, direction Marche-en-Famenne, take the N929, direction Durbuy. Continue on this road until Deulin.
GPS: Fronville. Château.
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