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Eltham Palace Art Deco event showcases London attractions
Published: Monday 24th of May 2010
Taking place between August 15th and 18th, the Eltham Palace Art Deco Fair will see some of the finest works from the period showcased for people to peruse and even buy.
As well as the opportunity to buy original 1930s objects, there will be the chance to explore the remains of a medieval royal palace, once the childhood home of Henry VIII.
People can also search for Art Deco while browsing stalls featuring everything from jewellery to furniture, with the chance to learn more about the period from the knowledgeable experts on hand.
On Wednesday June 2nd, visitors to Eltham Palace can take part in an atmospheric medieval guided tour of the building, which will explore its rich history and enable people to earn about the restored Great Hall and the remains of the medieval palace built by Edward IV in the 1470s.
Posted by Samantha Reed
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