Now in its 30th year, the fair is one of the most important and comprehensive showcases in Britain for pottery, porcelain and glass collectors and is a hotly anticipated event for over 250 exhibitors and thousands of visitors.
More than 100,000 items will be on sale at the fair including antique and decorative furniture, treen, ceramics, kitchenalia, silver, glass, jewellery, and works of art, arms and armour, maps, dolls and bears and an array of vintage and decorative collectables.
The fair is the perfect hunting ground for serious collectors, interior designers and those who simply love to browse and buy rare and unique objects ranging in price from just £10 to £100,000’s. Visitors can buy with confidence because all items for sale are vetted by a team of independent experts for quality, date and condition.
Popular specialist and author Judith Miller from the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow will be giving talks and offering top tips on what’s hot as well as chatting to visitors about their favourite items.
Admission is £15, including free car parking. Advance tickets are £12 from the box office.
PICTURED: Japanese ivory bejewelled elephant from the Emperor Meiji period circa 1890 from Stags Head Antiques who specialise in oriental collectables. Price £14,950.