The John Hugh Sutton Antiques Collection

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From Greece to Egpyt

Navigate the globe via ancient relics and cultural artefacts when this rare collection is on show at Ian Potter Museum of Art. The exhibition is set to feature classical coins, vases, terracotta artefacts and bronzes acquired in the late 1920s through antiquities dealers in Britain and excavation sites in Greece. The collection was established in the memory of young scholar John Hugh Sutton, after his parents donated funding to begin the collection.

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The John Hugh Sutton Antiques Collection details

Address
800 Swanston St, Carlton 3010

Telephone 03 8344 5148

Transport
Nearby Stations: Melbourne Central

Date 05 Mar 2013-31 Oct 2013

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