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Antique fair set

One of the country’s biggest gatherings of established antique collectors and dealers with proven track record in the business is set to unfold with the staging of the 22nd Annual National Antique Show at the Greenhills Shopping Center on  Ortigas Aveneue, San Juan City.

Organized by Prime Asia Trade Planners and Convention Organizer, the 25-day event which will run until October 5, will showcase the widest assortment of furniture and furnishings, including potteries, lamp shades, sea treasures and jewelry in the sprawling and strategic area within the commercial center.

Depending on their tastes and needs, buyers can choose from a variety of antique furniture which are made of different types of wood known for their beauty, elegance and durability such as narra, tanguile, kamagong, oak, maple and mahogany.

Behind the Tianggehan/Baratillo concept at Greenhills is Henry Babiera, Patepco president and chief executive who has over four decades of experience in the type of business.

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