THE ANTIQUES DEALERS FAIR LIMITED LAUNCHES THE TORTWORTH COURT ANTIQUES AND FINE ART FAIR IN THE UK The Antiques Dealers Fair Limited returns to the Cotswolds to launch the new Tortworth Court Antiques and Fine Art Fair in Tortworth, Wotton-under-Edge in Gloucestershire in February 2010.
News-Antique.com - Oct 30,2009 - The Antiques Dealers Fair Limited returns to the Cotswolds to launch the new Tortworth Court Antiques and Fine Art Fair from Friday 26 to Sunday 28 February 2010 at the Tortworth Court Four Pillars Hotel, Tortworth, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire.
Some 27 stands are being specially built to display a wide range of the finest art and antiques from specialist professional dealers from around the UK, including local dealers Catherine Hunt Antiques from Cheltenham, specialising in Chinese ceramics and textiles and David & Sally March from Bristol, selling 18th and 19th century British and continental pottery and porcelain, as well as Bath based Freshfords Fine Art, dealers in Georgian and regency furniture. From further afield comes Cheshire based Melody Antiques with 17th to 19th century country, oak and formal furniture and other objects for the home, oriental carpet specialists M&N Oriental Rugs from Manchester and Guy Dennler Antiques and Interiors from Dorset. Other disciplines include jewellery, silver, antiquarian maps and prints, oil and watercolour paintings, objet d’art and bronze sculpture. All the exhibitors are members of The British Art and Antiques Dealers’ Association or LAPADA, the UK’s largest association of professional art and antiques dealers.
Previously The Antiques Dealers Fair Limited ran the prestigious LAPADA Autumn Antiques and Fine Art Fair at The Centaur at Cheltenham Racecourse for 5 years. This new event is smaller and more intimate, without losing any of the quality as well as being in a superb location.
The Tortworth Court Hotel Four Pillars Hotel is set in 30 acres of private grounds, complete with its own leisure centre and gym, an arboretum with over 300 rare and protected trees and lake, in the scenic Cotwolds countryside, close to Bristol – a perfect place for a weekend break, taking in the fine art and antiques as well as enjoying the surrounding area.