Bath Decorative Antiques Fair 2011 This premier regional event in the World Heritage City of Bath now in its 22nd year promises to uphold the standard it has become famous for with 40 well known dealers from across the UK and Europe
years they have attended. This year they will bring an item of great local historical interest - a spectacular 9 foot Gothic revival refectory stained pine refectory table c1870 from the Chapter House of Wells Cathedral pine table from Wells Cathedral
John Cornall based in Warwick will again attract a lot of interest with his selection of painted country furniture and folk art – he has recently returned from an extensive trip in Eastern Europe sourcing special pieces for the fair including a charming folk art carved and painted wooden figure of a peasant, Germany, 19th century .
Core One Antiques at the Gasworks in Fulham will be well represented this year with three residents showing at Bath this year with Annabella Rothery of AB Design and David Ford from DNA Antiques who both visit for the first time and long term exhibitor Roderic Haugh. Roderic will bring a selection of country house furniture and objects with a difference including this Scottish chest of drawers with the original painted decoration.
NOTES TO EDITORS:
The Bath Decorative & Antiques Fair supports the West of England Antique Dealers Association and hosts the launch of the 2011 edition of the Guide to Buying Antiques published by the association on the opening day of the fair.
Event: Bath Decorative & Antiques Fair
Web Site: www.bathdecorativeantiquesfair.co.uk
Date: 10-13 March 2011
Venue: The Pavilion, Bath, BA2 4EU
Opening Times: Thursday 10 March: 3 pm – 7 pm Charity Event in aid of Rowdeford School
Friday 11 March 11 am – 7 pm
Saturday 12 March 11 am – 6 pm
Sunday 13 March 10 am – 4 pm
Tickets: £3.00. Available firstname.lastname@example.org or 07710 107464 and exhibitors. Some free tickets available from West of England Antique Dealers’ Association shops. www.weada.co.uk
Transport: Follow signs for Sports Centre in Bath. Local restrictions in World Heritage Site city prevent signs.
Parking opposite in Cricket Ground Car Park, Waitrose Multi Storey and Avon Street Car Park. Limited parking on site.
Nearest mainline railway station Bath Spa 10 minutes walk.
The chosen charity for the event is Rowdeford School, Rowde, Devizes, Wiltshire
A specialist school for communication and interaction. Ofsted Outstanding School 2009/2010
Exhibitors at Bath Decorative Fair all donate £25 each to the charity.
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