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ROSE ANTIQUES FAIRS DOUBLING UP THE EXHIBITORS AT YORK
Relative newcomers to the scene, Rose Antiques Fairs are making an impact on the Northern fairs scene with their fast expanding Antiques, Decorative & Fine Art Fair at York Racecourse 30-31 July 2016 and Haydock Park Racecourse 10-11 September. Rachel Denyer of Rose Antiques Fairs told ANF: “York is a marvellous city to hold a top quality antiques fair. We had 35 dealers at last year’s event, at the University of York. The fair was very successful, so this year we’ve moved to York Racecourse and expanded the event to about 60 specialist dealers.”
Plaza Jewellery - Huge and dramatic pale pink kunzite ring; the kunzite weighs a mighty 26ct and is surrounded by 14 brilliant cut diamonds totalling 5cts. It measures 3cm x 2.5cm and tests as 18ct gold.
Founded in 2014, the 4 Yorkshire-based antiques dealers John & Christine Breganza of York Minster Antiques, and Morgan & Rachel Denyer of Penrose Antiques Ltd, who joined forces to run dealer-led quality antiques fairs in the North of England work very well as a team and from their dealer perspective are able to understand what makes their exhibitors happy!
Jo Bennett Original Paintings - Geoffrey Keys "Street Railings" 2011 POA
Philip Carrol Antiques - An exceptionally fine and rare Worcester porcelain trio, c. 1770. The fluted cup, coffee cup and saucer, beautifully painted in a luxuriant 'Hop Trellis' pattern, after a Sevres original. Possibly London decorated. Presumably a special commission, as both items bear an open Crescent mark in gilt. Priced at £1350
Collectors will be pleased to find a selection of rare and valuable art nouveau and art deco glass from Solo Antiques, Meissen porcelain with provenance relating to Chatsworth House exhibited by RMJ Antiques, and a superb selection of rare antique maps from J. Dickinson Maps and Prints, Jack Yarwood with netsuke, Antiques Bazaar with a selection of Ruskin and Yorkshire based dealer Jack Shaw will be exhibiting an exquisite selection of fine silver.
Scarab Antiques - An extremely stylish silver candlestick by Ottewill, Kent's premier silversmith. The candlestick is boat shaped with a concave top. Hallmarked by the London Assay Office for silver and with the sponsor's mark "SMO" for Steven Ottewill. It is described as interlocking the candlesticks fit next to each other to form a variety of patterns dependant on the number that you have. Price £895
Period oak and elements will be on show with Mark Seabrook Antiques who will be bringing a stunning 15th century City of York derived oak ceiling boss – the perfect item for one renovating a City of York town house.
Mark Seabrook Antiques - City of York Ceiling boss. Price £1850
Among the fine art specialists will be Ruth Hudson and JC Antiques offering a selection of fine 19th century paintings. Contemporary art works will be available from Jo Bennett Original Paintings and Art of The Imagination. Dominic Vincent of Garth Vincent Antique Arms and Armour will be returning with flintlock pistols, long guns, military swords, cannons and antique armour.
Garth Vincent Antiques - early brass-barrelled flintlock blunderbuss. POA
Anyone wishing to pop the question at York will find jewellery will be well represented with David Hackney, Plaza and Scarab and they will be joined by Antiques Young Guns member Gemma Redmond Vintage offering high quality antique, vintage and retro costume jewellery. Scarab will also bring a selection of Decorative Arts.
For times, full exhibitor list and tickets see Rose Antiques Fairs
Andrew Muir Antiques - Clarice Cliff Farmhouse Lotus Jug