St. Louis Antique Festival

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Fine antiques and collectibles abound at the St. Louis Antique Festival held twice yearly at the Belle Clair Fairgrounds in Belleville, Illinois. The fairgrounds have been home to the festival for over 25 years with a spring and a fall show most years. If you’re interested in fine quality antiques, this is a must-do show. This show features many investment quality antiques from some of the top dealers in the country.
Hours for the Show are Sat. 10 am – 5 pm and Sun. 10 am – 4 pm.

The St. Louis Antique Festival regularly features 90 top quality antique dealers from 32 states displaying and selling items including: Dresden, Meissen, porcelain, jewelry, Nippon, knives, Orientalia, art glass, art pottery, bronzes, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, paintings, furniture, silver, china, country store, quilts, clocks, French Cameo glass, lamps, photographs, Civil War, coins, dolls, toys, signs, sports, advertising, Paper, glassware, prints, statuary, majolica, old west memorabilia, tools, musical instruments, linens, collectibles and more. Many of the dealers are Associated Antiques Dealers of America members.
The Belle Clair Fairgrounds is located at 200 South Belt East Belleville, IL 62220. It is 6 ½ mi. off of I-64, exit 12, south on Hwy. 159 at Hwy 13. The show is held inside a climate-controlled building with plenty of free parking. Adult admission is $6 and good for both days. Refreshments are available for purchase at the in-house restaurant. The Halletts look forward to seeing you there.

Dealer inquiries about available exhibit space are invited.

For further information, contact:

Wade or Dorrie Hallett
7011 N. Williams Rd.
Janesville, WI. 53545

St. Louis Antique Festival

Address : Belle Clair Fairgorunds Expo Center Belleville IL
Phone : (608) 346-0975   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $6 adult admission good for both days.

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