Antiques Fair 6th - 8th March 2020 10.30am - 5pm

This independent event hosts 40+ exhibitors presenting antiques and decorative arts. Including jewellery, furniture, carpets, clocks, ceramics, silver and fine art, authenticity is assured by a specialist committee pre-vetting everything on sale.

With prices ranging from £50-£50,000, pieces will appeal to both the established collector and the first-time buyer alike.

The Fair offers lots of temptation and a door to an intriguing world.


The Fair is located in two areas: THE CLOISTERS in the house and THE OLD RIDING SCHOOL in the North Forecourt. Both have a good mix of stands and exhibitors are more than happy to discuss pieces with buyers and browsers, collectors and novices alike. Authenticity is assured thanks to a specialist committee so items may be bought with confidence.

The 2020 Catalogue with exhibitors’ contact details will be available in February (see tab top right). Those marked with an asterisk are members of one or all of the three professional Art & Antique Dealers Associations – BADA, LAPADA or CADA.

During the Fair our licenced Cafe will be open for morning coffees, light lunches and afternoon teas and the Gift Shop will also be open for cards, gifts and membership enquiries.

For all other information regarding the Fair please contact Louise Vincent on 01722 746728 or email:

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Haynes Fine Art

David Shepherd CBE, FRSA, FGRA                          ‘Old George’                                                              Oil on canvas 16 x 22 inches.                                      Signed lower right

Legge Carpets Ltd

A 19th Century Uzbek Silk Ikat Coat.

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Drove House Antiques

A finely-potted Chinese early Qing dish, decorated with underglaze blue of an inky tone, and dating from the early Kangxi period c1670-80.   The style of decoration, with the calligraphic outlines to the rocks and mountains and the use of ‘blobby dot’ decoration in the foreground dates this to the early Kangxi period.

Blackbrook Gallery

Pair of Game Cocks

Oil on canvas 12 x 9 inches each

Signed H. Pratt

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S & A Marsh

An Antique Victorian silver bowl hallmarked in London for 1899 by Elkington.

Hickmet Fine Art

“Lizard” by Franz Bergman – Exquisite early 20th Century Austrian bronze study of a large curled lizard with excellent naturalistic cold painted colour and fine hand finished detail, signed with the Bergman ‘B’ in an amphora vase, numbered and stamped ‘Geschutzt’. Circa 1900 ~ Width 21 cm ~.

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