Dunolly Town Hall – Art of Elegance Fair

Posted on October 27, 2011

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Sunday February 12th 2012 will see the Art of Elegance Fair held for the first time, presenting quality vintage fashion, food, and antique wares in the historic Dunolly Town Hall.

Fiona Lindsay, of Wright on Broadway will be catering the High Tea in the front hall, serving a traditional selection of sweet and savoury offerings, and loose leaf tea in charming tea pots.  With the stalls already booked, it is set to be an event to remember.   Two sitting times available for booking High Tea, 2 pm and 3 pm.  Reservations for High Tea are required in advance, $20 per person, with spaces filling quickly, be sure to secure your booking with Fiona (03) 5468 1245, at 127 Broadway, Dunolly Vic. 3472. 

Entry: $10 per person, under 16 free.  (High Tea booking  and entry combined $27 per person)  Concession card holders $7

Check the Dunolly Tourism links and plan your stay!  With Dunolly market on the same day, and many changes taking place within the Goldfields region, there are many good reasons to mark a visit to this heritage rich town on your next year’s calendar.

   

Tiffany Titshall, graphic artist and photographer,  designed the Fair logo and has photographed her impressions of Dunolly Town Hall interior, shown above.  She is a stallholder in the Fair, and runs Fanny’s Flat vintage fashion in Talbot.

Other stallholders include:

Corridor Gallery from Talbot specializing in exotic travel ephemera collectibles;

Yela Brick from Castlemaine specializing in vintage clothing and “rejeanerated” denim;

Bell’s Belles from Castlemaine specializing in glamourous vintage fashions and accessories;

Wear J’a Get That from Maryborough specializing in fabulous vintage fashion and collectibles;

Habadash from Castlemaine specializing in high style vintage and haberdashery;

Sew What from Maryborough specializing in sewing machines, memorabilia and collectibles;

Fairytale Frostings from Maryborough offering authentic High Tea cup cakes and specialty items;

Amaroo from Maryborough specializing in beautiful High Tea porcelain and collectibles;

Alan and Ann Comley specializing in antique gramophones, memorabilia, dolls/prams, and linens;

Neil and Shirley Draffin from Maryborough Station Antiques specializing in fine porcelain:

Diana B from Malmsbury specializing in High Tea porcelain and fine china;

Annie Irish from Talbot specializing in 1940’s Model Images on canvas;

Cadillac Walk from Talbot specializing in high end leather couture bags;

Hoot Couture from Maryborough, specializing in hand made Regency/Victorian/Nouveau jewellery;

These and more will be featured up until the Fair begins.

Don’t forget to book for High Tea and reserve your place!

Images: copyright T. Titshall 2011

Words: copyright M.Roleff  2011

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