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The Pavilions of Harrogate Antiques & Art Fair - 27-29 January 2017

 

The Pavilions of Harrogate

Chris Holmes Antiques: French wine tasting table from Bordeaux, late C19th, priced at £2,400

 
Event: The Pavilions of Harrogate Antiques & Art Fair
Organiser: Cooper Events
Venue: The Great Yorkshire Showground, Harrogate, Yorkshire HG2 8PW
Date: 27-29 January 2017
Stand Enquiries: Cooper Events - Tel: 01278 784912


The Pavilions of Harrogate

Chris Holmes Antiques: Original leather bound 18th century fire bucket, decorated with a family crest.

ABOUT THIS FAIR:

Located just 10 minutes from Harrogate town centre and part of the Yorkshire Showground complex, The Pavilions is now the largest of the prestige fairs of its kind in Yorkshire. The event is held in two large, fully carpeted suites, with in-house delicacies provided by Yorkshire's famous Fodders catering company, and a good deli shop and restaurant café on site.  The Pavilions are proving increasingly popular with dealers who find that the fair strikes an attractive middle-ground between more pricier events in Harrogate, and other lower-market fairs. 

The Pavilions of Harrogate

Roger de Ville: A rare Rockingham pottery dog on a raised base, circa 1830, priced at £1,350.

 

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

Harrogate is without doubt the antiques capital of the North, and this event comes at a popular and busy time of the year for selling antiques, with people looking to restyle and redecorate their homes for the new year.

50 dealers will be exhibiting, making this fully booked. To mention just a few of the exhibitors lined up... 

Sutcliffe Galleries from Harrogate, Rowles Fine Art from Ludlow and Granta Fine Art from Cambridge are a few of many well-known galleries that will be in residence. In the fields of jewellery, visitors will find Jack Shaw & Co, Plaza, Billy Rae, Shapiro & Co, Scarab and Brieve Antiques, and representing pottery and porcelain will be John Newton and Roger De Ville. This popular winter antiques fair now offers a wide range of home interior pieces for decorating in period style. Molly & Maud’s Place will be there to specialise in decorative accessories for the home, and furniture dealers Melody Antiques and Mark Buckley Antiques will also be on show.

An exciting new exhibitor will be Walker Galleries from Harrogate, bringing a mix of traditional and contemporary works from their local gallery.


The Pavilions of Harrogate

Walker Galleries: Bolton Abbey, North Yorkshire, by William Mellor (1851 - 1931), oil on canvas, signed, 20 x 30 in. Priced at £7,500. 

 The Pavilions of Harrogate

Walker Galleries: Nesfield Dene, Near Ilkley, by Herbert Royle (1870-1958), oil on canvas, signed, 24 x 29 in. Priced at £7,500.

TICKET INFO:
Tickets are £5.00, and opening hours are from 11.00am-5.00pm each day. For more details and exhibitor listings, visit The Pavilions of Harrogate

 

Cover Image:

Roger de Ville: A rare Rockingham pottery dog on a raised base, circa 1830, priced at £1,350.

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