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The Northern Antiques Fair - 19-22 October 2017

 

Antiques News - Antiques Fair - The Northern Antiques Fair - 19-22 October 2017 

William Cook - A superb late C18th Chinese export lacquer cabinet on original stand, c 1800.  Height 52 inches, width 39 inches, depth 21 inches, £35,000. 

Event: The Northern Antiques Fair
Organiser: The Northern Antique Dealers Fair Limited
Venue: Harrogate Convention Centre, Hall M, Harrogate, North Yorkshire HG1 2SY
Date: 19-22 October 2017

Enquiries:

Tel: 01797 252030

 Antiques News - Antiques Fair - The Northern Antiques Fair - 19-22 October 2017

Sutcliffe Galleries - George Cole (1810-1883), On the Wye, Goodrich, 1875, oil on canvas, 24" x 36", £8,950.

 

Antiques News - Antiques Fair - The Northern Antiques Fair - 19-22 October 2017

Solo Antiques - A rare pair of Loetz 'Olympia' glass vases with silver overlay, Bohemian, c.1910, approx10 cm tall, £1,995.

Antiques News - Antiques Fair - The Northern Antiques Fair - 19-22 October 2017

Licht & Morrison - A brooch in the form of Snoopy with Woodstock, set in 18 carat gold, with onyx, diamond, sapphire, emerald and pearl.  American.  NB The ‘bird’– unnamed –appeared in mid-1967 but wasn’t named Woodstock (after the 1969 festival) until the early 1970s.  This is his 50th anniversary!

ABOUT THIS FAIR:

The newly named Northern Antiques Fair will open this autumn in Hall M at the Harrogate Convention Centre, Harrogate, North Yorkshire.  Held in association with BADA, The British Antique Dealers' Association, and formerly named The Harrogate Art & Antique Fair, the event has proudly resumed its original name dating back to 1951, and is under new ownership and being managed by expert fairs’ organiser Ingrid Nilson.

Ingrid commented: "It is very exciting to be involved in this venerable event, and I am looking forward to welcoming many regular, as well as new, visitors to the fair. It has so much to offer for both avid collectors and those just looking for an interesting piece to top off a design scheme. There is plenty to inspire and delight."

The fair brings together a broad collection of fine furniture, fine art, silver, jewellery, ceramics, clocks, glass, Art Deco and accessories from more than 30 specialist dealers, hailing from all over the UK, including northern dealers Sutcliffe Galleries, Elaine Phillips Antiques, Mark Buckley Antiques, Jack Shaw & Co, T L Phelps Fine Furniture Restoration, Graham Ruddock, J Dickinson Maps & Prints, Howell 1870, Solo Antiques and Valerie Main Ltd, and London dealers such as Edward Burd, Greenstein Antiques, Haynes Fine Art, Morgan Strickland Decorative Arts and Stephen Kalms Antiques.

Antiques News - Antiques Fair - The Northern Antiques Fair - 19-22 October 2017

Jack Shaw & Co. - Fine quality silver and engraved glass dessert stand by Hunt &Roskell, London 1859, £2,800. 

Antiques News - Antiques Fair - The Northern Antiques Fair - 19-22 October 2017

J Dickinson Maps & Prints - Map of Yorkshire by John Speed 1627/1631, £850.

Antiques News - Antiques Fair - The Northern Antiques Fair - 19-22 October 2017

Howell 1870 - 9ct gold full hunter with white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, Swiss 17 jewel adjusted movement, gold screwed chatons and micrometer regulator, 1920, £750.  

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

Highlights this year include a late C18th Chinese export lacquer cabinet, priced at £35,000 from William Cook; a one-off brooch made in the USA in the form of Snoopy with Woodstock, set in 18 carat gold with onyx, diamond, sapphire, emerald and pearl, presented by Licht & Morrison; and an eye-catching oil on canvas with Sutcliffe Galleries of Harrogate is On the Wye, Goodrich, painted in 1875 by George Cole (1810-1883) and priced at £8,950.

The fair will also feature interesting local provenances, such as two English wall clocks from the C19th, one made by James Hargraves of Bawtry (£4,200) and the other signed ‘Richardson Selby’ both for sale with Edward Burd

Graham Ruddock is bringing some good examples of Rockingham Pottery, such as a rare spill vase with a wagtail and exotic birds in flight painted by John Randall, c 1830 (£1,800). 

Jack Shaw & Co. will bring a George III goblet by Hampton & Prince with the York Town mark from 1784 on Jack Shaw & Co’s stand. 

J Dickinson Maps & Prints is displaying a map of Yorkshire by John Speed produced between 1627 and 1631, priced at £850. Morgan Strickland Decorative Arts is bringing a set of six Arts & Crafts hand carved oak chairs by Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson of Kilburn, north Yorkshire. Each piece features the iconic and sought-after carved mouse (£2,950 for the set).

The fair offers a most comprehensive display of fine art from the C18th to the present day from Atelier Ltd from Guernsey, Haynes Fine Art, Sutcliffe Galleries and Ashleigh House Fine Art. Haynes Fine Art will bring Summertime Kite Flying by northern artist Brian Shields (1951-1997) aka Braaq (£5,000-10,000) and a vibrant contemporary oil, Autumn Morning, Tobermory, Isle of Mull by John Lowrie Morrison aka Jolomo. Sutcliffe Galleries is taking two stands, one for traditional works and the other for contemporary paintings, mostly by Yorkshire based artists.

Solo Antiques is bringing a very rare Art Nouveau silver cigar cutter and table lighter, priced at £1,350, and Morgan Strickland Decorative Arts will bring an Arts & Crafts pewter and enameled copper clock by Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co for sale at £8,000. 

English and continental silver is available from Stephen Kalms Antiques and antique glass from Mark J West. Fine displays of porcelain from the Derby, Chelsea and Worcester factories are available from Valerie Main Ltd and Carolyn Stoddart-Scott.

Furniture dealers will be creating room sets to enable visitors to see how pieces can be placed in their own homes. Millington Adams Ltd is placing a George II carved giltwood mirror, c 1735 alongside a George III Sheraton period demi-lune pier table with a George II carved walnut wing back armchair. More interior design ideas will be presented by Roger Lamb Antiques & Works of Art, Elaine Phillips Antiques, Melody Antiques, Mark Buckley Antiques, S & S Timms Antiques and Something Different.

Jewellery highlights from Howards Jewellers include a fine French antique ruby, emerald and diamond bug brooch and a late C20th horse’s head diamond pendant while Licht & Morrison is showing a pair of Art Deco cufflinks from the 1930s and an Edwardian pendant set in old brilliant cut diamonds and a magnificent peridot in the shape of a basket of flowers. Howell 1870 will bring a selection of men’s 18 carat gold designer watches.

The Mercer Art Gallery has scheduled two talks while the fair is taking place, on Thursday 19 October and Friday 20 October, both at 2pm - Sheila Bownas: A Yorkshire Life in Pattern, a gallery talk with Jane Sellars.

 Antiques News - Antiques Fair - The Northern Antiques Fair - 19-22 October 2017

Howards Jewellers - Ruby & diamond brooch & earring suite by Tiffany, circa 1970, POA.

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Haynes Fine Art - Robert Gemmell Hutchison RBA ROI (Scottish 1855-1936), 'In Sight of Jura', oil on board, 20 x 24 inches, price guide £45,000 - 55,000. 

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Graham Ruddock - A fine Spode lizard bottle and stopper embossed with a bird on the neck and painted with a kakiemon design, pattern 868, 10cm high, c. 1815-20, £330. 

TICKET INFO:

Admission is £7.50.  For more information, visit The Northern Antiques Fair.

 

 

 

Cover Image: Licht & Morrison - A brooch in the form of Snoopy with Woodstock, set in 18 carat gold, with onyx, diamond, sapphire, emerald and pearl.  American.  NB The ‘bird’– unnamed –appeared in mid-1967 but wasn’t named Woodstock (after the 1969 festival) until the early 1970s.  This is his 50th anniversary!

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