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The Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Art Fair - 22 – 24 April 2022

 

Blue chairs

W.R.Harvey - A superb pair of George III period carved giltwood salon armchairs in the neoclassical taste,
circa 1775. Priced at £12,500.

Event: The Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Art Fair
Organiser: Cooper Events
Venue: Westonbirt School, near Tetbury, Gloucestershire GL6 8QG
Date: 22–24 April 2022
 
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 Dish

Hispanic Antiques - A decorative 19th century Hispano-Moresque dish. Priced at £850.00

ABOUT THIS FAIR:

Art and antiques fashionistas, collectors, connoisseurs and decorators will be delighted to throng to Westonbirt School near Tetbury for The Cotswolds Decorative, Antiques & Art Fair from 22–24 April 2022.

This popular spring event has evolved over the years to be a hybrid event where everything from the most traditional antique pieces to the latest in chic interiors and decorative style are on display.

Says organiser Sue Ede: "This is where people come to decorate and furnish their homes in their own personal style. The fair offers a special mix of decorative pieces with fine art, collector’s pieces and personal items such as jewellery, silver, watches and vintage fashion."

 C-M-Gere Cotswold Edge

Newman Fine Art - “The Cotswold Edge and Severn Vale” by Charles March Gere, signed, dated 1943, Oil
on Canvas, 14.5 x 19.5 inches.

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

Among the many highlights will be fabulous Georgian traditional furniture from WR Harvey Antiques who specialise in 18th and early 19th century pieces. Now often undervalued, fine English furniture is undergoing a renaissance as home furnishers once again appreciate its ever-lasting quality.

Among views of the Cotswolds to be shown by art specialists will be a superb painting by Charles March Gere, (1869-1957), titled ‘The Cotswolds Edge and Severn Vale’. Gere was a member of the Birmingham Group of Artist-Craftsmen formed in the 1890’s who lived in Painswick by 1902, the small Cotswold town with which he is long associated. It will be offered for sale by Newman Fine Art with a price tag of £2,800.

Showing for the first time at Westonbirt will be Hispanic Antiques who specialise in Spanish historic and decorative objets d’art. Their eye catching exhibits include a painted 19th century Hispano-Moresque dish at £850 and an extremely rare hand coloured example of Munster’s map of Spain and Portugal from the 1540 edition of Geographia, measuring 38cm x 31cm, priced at £1,200.

Returning to the fair after an absence of more than ten years will be Jim Dickson Antiquarian Maps and Prints. Collectors will find a mix of academic and decorative maps and prints, many of Worcester and the local area and dating back more than 300 years.

In addition to antiques and fine art, the fair always offers silver, jewellery, glass and ceramics. Candice Horley shows 20th century porcelain and art prints, Plaza and Shapiro specialises in fine jewellery, and Garret & Hurst bring French and European sculpture.

The Cotswolds Decorative, Antiques & Art Fair takes place in the atmospheric setting of Westonbirt House, now a prestigious school, occupying the Great Hall, Orangery and adjoining rooms.

Approximately 40 dealers will be exhibiting at this popular event that began in 1989.

Dorothea Sharp - Carnes Fine Art

Carnes Fine Art - A superb painting by Dorothea Sharp (1874-1955), Oil on canvas and measures: W 62cm x H 75cm.

Victorian Peridot 5five Stone Gold Ring

Plaza Jewellery - Victorian Peridot 5 Stone Gold Ring priced at £475.00.

 

TICKET INFO:

Public Admission is £5.00. Open Times: Friday - Sunday 11.00am-5.00pm.

For more information visit Cooper Events

 

 

 

 

 

Cover Image: Hispanic Antiques - A decorative 19th century Hispano-Moresque dish. Priced at £850.00



ANF News

The Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Art Fair - 22 – 24 April 2022

 

Blue chairs

W.R.Harvey - A superb pair of George III period carved giltwood salon armchairs in the neoclassical taste,
circa 1775. Priced at £12,500.

Event: The Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Art Fair
Organiser: Cooper Events
Venue: Westonbirt School, near Tetbury, Gloucestershire GL6 8QG
Date: 22–24 April 2022
 
FOLLOW THIS ORGANISER:
 
facebook Twitter Insta  

 Dish

Hispanic Antiques - A decorative 19th century Hispano-Moresque dish. Priced at £850.00

ABOUT THIS FAIR:

Art and antiques fashionistas, collectors, connoisseurs and decorators will be delighted to throng to Westonbirt School near Tetbury for The Cotswolds Decorative, Antiques & Art Fair from 22–24 April 2022.

This popular spring event has evolved over the years to be a hybrid event where everything from the most traditional antique pieces to the latest in chic interiors and decorative style are on display.

Says organiser Sue Ede: "This is where people come to decorate and furnish their homes in their own personal style. The fair offers a special mix of decorative pieces with fine art, collector’s pieces and personal items such as jewellery, silver, watches and vintage fashion."

 C-M-Gere Cotswold Edge

Newman Fine Art - “The Cotswold Edge and Severn Vale” by Charles March Gere, signed, dated 1943, Oil
on Canvas, 14.5 x 19.5 inches.

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

Among the many highlights will be fabulous Georgian traditional furniture from WR Harvey Antiques who specialise in 18th and early 19th century pieces. Now often undervalued, fine English furniture is undergoing a renaissance as home furnishers once again appreciate its ever-lasting quality.

Among views of the Cotswolds to be shown by art specialists will be a superb painting by Charles March Gere, (1869-1957), titled ‘The Cotswolds Edge and Severn Vale’. Gere was a member of the Birmingham Group of Artist-Craftsmen formed in the 1890’s who lived in Painswick by 1902, the small Cotswold town with which he is long associated. It will be offered for sale by Newman Fine Art with a price tag of £2,800.

Showing for the first time at Westonbirt will be Hispanic Antiques who specialise in Spanish historic and decorative objets d’art. Their eye catching exhibits include a painted 19th century Hispano-Moresque dish at £850 and an extremely rare hand coloured example of Munster’s map of Spain and Portugal from the 1540 edition of Geographia, measuring 38cm x 31cm, priced at £1,200.

Returning to the fair after an absence of more than ten years will be Jim Dickson Antiquarian Maps and Prints. Collectors will find a mix of academic and decorative maps and prints, many of Worcester and the local area and dating back more than 300 years.

In addition to antiques and fine art, the fair always offers silver, jewellery, glass and ceramics. Candice Horley shows 20th century porcelain and art prints, Plaza and Shapiro specialises in fine jewellery, and Garret & Hurst bring French and European sculpture.

The Cotswolds Decorative, Antiques & Art Fair takes place in the atmospheric setting of Westonbirt House, now a prestigious school, occupying the Great Hall, Orangery and adjoining rooms.

Approximately 40 dealers will be exhibiting at this popular event that began in 1989.

Dorothea Sharp - Carnes Fine Art

Carnes Fine Art - A superb painting by Dorothea Sharp (1874-1955), Oil on canvas and measures: W 62cm x H 75cm.

Victorian Peridot 5five Stone Gold Ring

Plaza Jewellery - Victorian Peridot 5 Stone Gold Ring priced at £475.00.

 

TICKET INFO:

Public Admission is £5.00. Open Times: Friday - Sunday 11.00am-5.00pm.

For more information visit Cooper Events

 

 

 

 

 

Cover Image: Hispanic Antiques - A decorative 19th century Hispano-Moresque dish. Priced at £850.00