News-Antique.com - Nov 30,-0001 - Confidence is gaining amongst antique dealers in the west of England that trans-Atlantic buyers could be set to return to Britain in increasing numbers. A double page feature produced by The Great British Antiques Web has been published in the antiques trade press across the USA, it focuses on the ease of accessibility direct into the UK antiques market via direct daily flights from New York to Bristol International Airport in England. The article highlights the extensive and varied antiques resources that can be found within an eighty-mile radius through the unique gateway of Bristol, Ron Heath of GBAW reports "From the outset, the trade and supporting services of all aspects welcomed our initiative and advertising space quickly sold out."
The west of England has a maintained a reputation of good stock levels across a whole spectrum of quality products at competitive prices by dependable dealers for many years, but now many traders in the region feel that they have the edge over their counterparts in other areas of the UK because they can be so easily reached in under seven hours from the USA.
Visitors will find that a buying trip to the west of England can be an enjoyable few days well spent and with a little forward planning would almost certainly result in a cost effective, stress free and very productive visit.