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The Northern Antiques Fair - 30 September – 3 October 2021

Antiques News & Fairs - The Northern Antiques Fair - 30 September – 3 October 2021 Howards Jewellers - Enamel stork brooch set with diamonds. French, c 1910.

 

Event: The Northern Antiques Fair
Organiser: The Northern Antique Dealers Fair Limited
Venue: The Garden Rooms at Tennants, Harmby Road, Leyburn, North Yorkshire DL8 5SG
Date: 30 September – 3 October 2021
 
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Antiques News & Fairs - The Northern Antiques Fair - 30 September – 3 October 2021  

Walker Galleries - Achille Laugé 1861-1944, ‘Vase des Roses’, oil on canvas, signed, and dated 1909, 23½ x 19½ in.

ABOUT THIS FAIR:

A NEW VENUE FOR THE NORTHERN ANTIQUES FAIR!

With an action packed Autumn season on the fairs calendar ahead, exciting times beckon for The Northern Antiques Fair which is relocating from Harrogate to The Garden Rooms at Tennants, Harmby Road, Leyburn, North Yorkshire DL8 5SG and will be taking place from Thursday 30 September to Sunday 3 October 2021.

The Garden Rooms at Tennants is the ideal location to relaunch The Northern Antiques Fair. Dating back to 1951 the fair was held in Harrogate for many years until COVID-19 restrictions forced its cancellation in 2020. Tennants underwent major redevelopment in 2014 and as well as being the leading regional auction house, is also one of the largest multi-purpose venues in the north of England, able to accommodate large scale exhibitions and events. It is renowned throughout the north of England for its busy programme of auctions as well as hosting arts related events throughout the year. To compliment an enjoyable day their popular café, bar and bistro offers excellent catering along with parking spaces for 600 cars.

Pent up demand from the public, trade and design industry, will be easily satisfied with 40 of the UK’s top dealers for the four day event with diversity across art, antiques and design with formal and country furniture, traditional and contemporary paintings and sculpture, early to modern glass, silver and jewellery, oriental rugs and carpets, ceramics and lighting, clocks and watches, maps and prints, Art Nouveau and Art Deco design objects and much more. The fair is vetted by specialist committees and prices range from £100 to five figure sums.

Antiques News & Fairs - The Northern Antiques Fair - 30 September – 3 October 2021

Hispanic Antiques - Early 18th century walnut and leather, 'Friars Chair' from Castile, Spain.

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

Exhibitors strive to find pieces with a local provenance, such as Blackbrook Gallery who specialises in 19th century naïve animal paintings. The highlight on their stand will be an oil painting of a ‘Prize Shorthorn Cow’ signed by W H Davis, 1852. The background includes a magnificent manor house which is possibly Ketton Hall, near Darlington, where the famous Colling Brothers kept their cattle (£6,950).

Amongst the early English pottery on Roger de Ville Antiques’ stand is a good Yorkshire Pottery Prattware cow creamer with a milkmaid sitting on a milking stool c 1810 (£795) and a Mexborough Pottery Yorkshire Gothic chapel money box, c 1820. These pieces are particularly rare because they were broken to retrieve the money (£875). Graham Ruddock Antique Ceramics from Barnard Castle has sourced a Rockingham model of a crouching setter. Other ceramic dealers include newcomers Julian Eade Antiques from West Sussex, specialising in Doulton pottery and porcelain as well as Royal Worcester, and Drove House Antiques, dealers in Chinese ceramics and works of art.

Returning exhibitor, Hispanic Antiques from Sheffield specialises in fine quality Spanish antiques and a highlight on their stand this year is an early 18th century walnut and leather ‘Friars chair’ from Castile, Spain. This type of chair with leather panels is commonly called a Friars chair as they were thought to originate in monasteries or other religious houses. However, they were also seen outside of their orders in the homes of wealthy patrons (£700).

Longtime supporters of the fair, Walker Galleries of Harrogate, are bringing a selection of French Impressionist paintings by Achille Laugé (1861-1944), Paul Signac (1863-1935), Albert Guillaume (1873-1942) and Marcel Dyf (1899-1985) with prices from £14,500 to £35,000. Other specialist art dealers include Berlin Walls Gallery, Burlington, Carnes Fine Art, Ellis Fine Art and Haynes Fine Art – London & Cotswolds.

Light refreshments are available close to the fair entrance.

Antiques News & Fairs - The Northern Antiques Fair - 30 September – 3 October 2021

Roger de Ville Antiques’ - A Prattware pearlware Mexborough Pottery Yorkshire Gothic chapel money box, c 1820

Antiques News & Fairs - The Northern Antiques Fair - 30 September – 3 October 2021  

Garret & Hurst Sculpture - Antonin Mercie 1845-1916, ‘David Vainqueur’ 1875, Foundry: F. Barbedienne, H: 46cm.

TICKET INFO:

Admission: £7.50 including catalogue (& re-admission). Tickets available on the door & via Eventbrite

For more information visit The Northern Antique Dealers Fair

 

Visit;

ANF Calendar for future fair dates

Fairs + Dealers to read more about The Northern Antiques Fair

 

Cover Image: Howards Jewellers - Enamel stork brooch set with diamonds. French, c 1910.

 



ANF News

The Northern Antiques Fair - 30 September – 3 October 2021

Antiques News & Fairs - The Northern Antiques Fair - 30 September – 3 October 2021 Howards Jewellers - Enamel stork brooch set with diamonds. French, c 1910.

 

Event: The Northern Antiques Fair
Organiser: The Northern Antique Dealers Fair Limited
Venue: The Garden Rooms at Tennants, Harmby Road, Leyburn, North Yorkshire DL8 5SG
Date: 30 September – 3 October 2021
 
FOLLOW THIS ORGANISER:
 
facebook Twitter Insta  

Antiques News & Fairs - The Northern Antiques Fair - 30 September – 3 October 2021  

Walker Galleries - Achille Laugé 1861-1944, ‘Vase des Roses’, oil on canvas, signed, and dated 1909, 23½ x 19½ in.

ABOUT THIS FAIR:

A NEW VENUE FOR THE NORTHERN ANTIQUES FAIR!

With an action packed Autumn season on the fairs calendar ahead, exciting times beckon for The Northern Antiques Fair which is relocating from Harrogate to The Garden Rooms at Tennants, Harmby Road, Leyburn, North Yorkshire DL8 5SG and will be taking place from Thursday 30 September to Sunday 3 October 2021.

The Garden Rooms at Tennants is the ideal location to relaunch The Northern Antiques Fair. Dating back to 1951 the fair was held in Harrogate for many years until COVID-19 restrictions forced its cancellation in 2020. Tennants underwent major redevelopment in 2014 and as well as being the leading regional auction house, is also one of the largest multi-purpose venues in the north of England, able to accommodate large scale exhibitions and events. It is renowned throughout the north of England for its busy programme of auctions as well as hosting arts related events throughout the year. To compliment an enjoyable day their popular café, bar and bistro offers excellent catering along with parking spaces for 600 cars.

Pent up demand from the public, trade and design industry, will be easily satisfied with 40 of the UK’s top dealers for the four day event with diversity across art, antiques and design with formal and country furniture, traditional and contemporary paintings and sculpture, early to modern glass, silver and jewellery, oriental rugs and carpets, ceramics and lighting, clocks and watches, maps and prints, Art Nouveau and Art Deco design objects and much more. The fair is vetted by specialist committees and prices range from £100 to five figure sums.

Antiques News & Fairs - The Northern Antiques Fair - 30 September – 3 October 2021

Hispanic Antiques - Early 18th century walnut and leather, 'Friars Chair' from Castile, Spain.

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

Exhibitors strive to find pieces with a local provenance, such as Blackbrook Gallery who specialises in 19th century naïve animal paintings. The highlight on their stand will be an oil painting of a ‘Prize Shorthorn Cow’ signed by W H Davis, 1852. The background includes a magnificent manor house which is possibly Ketton Hall, near Darlington, where the famous Colling Brothers kept their cattle (£6,950).

Amongst the early English pottery on Roger de Ville Antiques’ stand is a good Yorkshire Pottery Prattware cow creamer with a milkmaid sitting on a milking stool c 1810 (£795) and a Mexborough Pottery Yorkshire Gothic chapel money box, c 1820. These pieces are particularly rare because they were broken to retrieve the money (£875). Graham Ruddock Antique Ceramics from Barnard Castle has sourced a Rockingham model of a crouching setter. Other ceramic dealers include newcomers Julian Eade Antiques from West Sussex, specialising in Doulton pottery and porcelain as well as Royal Worcester, and Drove House Antiques, dealers in Chinese ceramics and works of art.

Returning exhibitor, Hispanic Antiques from Sheffield specialises in fine quality Spanish antiques and a highlight on their stand this year is an early 18th century walnut and leather ‘Friars chair’ from Castile, Spain. This type of chair with leather panels is commonly called a Friars chair as they were thought to originate in monasteries or other religious houses. However, they were also seen outside of their orders in the homes of wealthy patrons (£700).

Longtime supporters of the fair, Walker Galleries of Harrogate, are bringing a selection of French Impressionist paintings by Achille Laugé (1861-1944), Paul Signac (1863-1935), Albert Guillaume (1873-1942) and Marcel Dyf (1899-1985) with prices from £14,500 to £35,000. Other specialist art dealers include Berlin Walls Gallery, Burlington, Carnes Fine Art, Ellis Fine Art and Haynes Fine Art – London & Cotswolds.

Light refreshments are available close to the fair entrance.

Antiques News & Fairs - The Northern Antiques Fair - 30 September – 3 October 2021

Roger de Ville Antiques’ - A Prattware pearlware Mexborough Pottery Yorkshire Gothic chapel money box, c 1820

Antiques News & Fairs - The Northern Antiques Fair - 30 September – 3 October 2021  

Garret & Hurst Sculpture - Antonin Mercie 1845-1916, ‘David Vainqueur’ 1875, Foundry: F. Barbedienne, H: 46cm.

TICKET INFO:

Admission: £7.50 including catalogue (& re-admission). Tickets available on the door & via Eventbrite

For more information visit The Northern Antique Dealers Fair

 

Visit;

ANF Calendar for future fair dates

Fairs + Dealers to read more about The Northern Antiques Fair

 

Cover Image: Howards Jewellers - Enamel stork brooch set with diamonds. French, c 1910.