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CRANLEIGH SCHOOL ANTIQUES FAIR
The Speech Hall at Cranleigh School, Surrey, offers a beautiful setting Galloway Fairs latest event, The Cranleigh School Antiques Fair from 8-10 July 2016. The fair has attracted more than 30 exhibitors from across the UK, drawn to the first major, prestigious antiques fair in the area since organisers Galloway Antiques Fairs were last at this same venue 7 years ago.
Wilsons of Worthing A marine oil painting 'Rounding the mark' by Alice M Fanner. Priced at £4950.
Expect to see town and country furniture, silver, antique and contemporary glass, English and Oriental porcelain, clocks, jewellery, antique and contemporary fine paintings and bronze sculpture and many decorative items to furnish any home, castle or cottage.
Garret & Hurst Sculpture: A bronze bust of a young woman in light brown patination 'Alda' by Emmanuelle Villanis (1858-1914). Priced at £2795.
Among the dealers joining Galloway's are jewellers Shapiro & Co of London, Plaza of Cheshire and Scarab Antiques from Kent. Furniture dealers will include Wilsons of Worthing and Malcolm Eglin Antiques of Northumberland. Porcelain specialists Purley Oaks and Emma Duveen, Oriental specialists Amelie Caswell of Bristol and Fu T'sang Lung from Yorkshire. Antique and contemporary bronze sculpture from Garret & Hurst of West Sussex.
E.Stacy Marks Ltd: An oil on canvas 'La Citadel, Lacs Italiens' by Pierre de Clausade POA
Malcolm Eglin Antiques: An extremely rare 15th century oak coffer with linenfold panels. Priced at £5950.
Carlyon Silver: A very rare Victorian silver sovereign holder for 20 sovereigns, modelled as an artillery shell, made by Sampson & Mordan in London 1876. Priced at £895.