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Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Fine Art Fair this March

PUBLISHED: 10:09 02 March 2015 | UPDATED: 10:09 02 March 2015

The Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Fine Art Fair

The Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Fine Art Fair

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The Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Fine Art Fair will take place March 27-29 2015 at Westonbirt School, near Tetbury

The Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Fine Art FairThe Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Fine Art Fair

The Great Hall, Orangery and adjoining rooms of Westonbirt House are transformed into atreasure trove of everything from country antique furniture and Mid-Century Modern to eye-catching Art Deco, contemporary sculpture and illustrative art, including ceramics, glass, silver, jewellery, textiles, Victorian paintings, period lighting, clocks and more.

There are dealers showing stylish 20th century designer pieces, such as Scandinavian by Design, Antiques by Design, Paul Burnett, Not Wanted on Voyage and Mere Antiques. Traditional antique furniture, including farmhouse tables, dressers and chairs will be shown by Melody Antiques and J.Collins & Son, while Mark Buckley Antiques specialise in Victorian and early Edwardian walnut and mahogany pieces.

The fair has many specialists, including new exhibitors A Heart of Glass, showing contemporary glass design by artists including Peter Lanyon, Lina Lundberg, Mats Jonasson, Pavel Havelka, Bob Crooks and Allister Malcolm.

Other specialists include Muse -The Sculpture Gallery from Tetbury, jewellery specialists Plaza, Brieve Antiques, Terry Robert, Trivette and Shapiro & Co, while Candice Horley shows a range of designer costume jewellery from the 1930s and 40s.

The Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Fine Art FairThe Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Fine Art Fair

Silver specialists offer a range of antique and 20th century pieces, including returning exhibitor Jack Shaw Antiques and regulars Malka Levine and Peter McCarthy Antiques.

The fair features a wide selection of original art from specialists including Freya Mitton with 20th Century British Art including works by Diana Armfield, John Bratby, Reginald Brill, Richard Ewick, Mary Fedden, Sir Terry Frost, Dame Laura Knight and Julian Trevelyan; Art of the Imagination with works by leading contemporary illustrators, Plumbs Fine Art with contemporary works and Ashleigh House specialising in Victorian and early 20th century oils.

Also specialising will be Enid Riley with sewing tools and collectables, The Ambulist with swordsticks, canes and walking sticks, Roger de Ville with early English pottery, Lucias Red Roses with antique textiles and Lynways specialising in vintage and Retro glass and ceramics.

The Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Fine Art FairThe Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Fine Art Fair

VENUE: Westonbirt School main hall, adjoining rooms and Orangery, Westonbirt, near Tetbury, Gloucestershire GL8 8QG

CAR PARKING: Free at Westonbirt School.

CATERING: On site cafe serving tea, coffee and cakes and light lunches.

OPENING TIMES: 11am -5pm daily Tickets: £5.00.

ORGANISER: Cooper Events

Tel: 01278 784912 / Email: info@cooperevents.com

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