There really is something for everyone at the fair. Pieces range from 20th century design, ceramics, glass, British and continental furniture, post-war art, to jewellery, silver, decorative collectables, art deco lamps and contemporary items.
The fair has always been popular for its range of Georgian and Victorian furniture and traditional art, but today is now a major source for high quality Arts & Crafts, Art Nouveau and Art Deco. The addition of 20th century specialists in the past few years has added further diversity and encouraged a younger range of collectors and home designers.
The fair is also very popular with pottery, porcelain and glass collectors who can buy from no fewer than fifty specialists. More than twenty galleries participate, showing paintings that range from 16th century portraits to Victorian watercolours and the 20th century works of L.S.Lowry.
Exhibitors are divided into two distinct sections, allowing dealers from across the trade to participate, taking either room-set style (Section 1) or smaller booth displays (Section 2).
All items for sale are stringently vetted by a team of experts for quality, date and condition, giving buyers assurance in their choice.