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Pavilions of Harrogate Decorative Antiques & Art Fair

 

Antiques News & Fairs - Pavilion of Harrogate Antiques Fair

Sutcliffe Galleries ‘An Old Friend’ Signed  & dated 1891 (inscribed verso) Oil on Canvas 25″ x 30″ J.S Noble RBA British 1848 – 1896

Event: Pavilions of Harrogate Decorative Antiques & Art Fair
Venue: Yorkshire Showground, HG2 8PW
Date: 2-4 June 2017

Antiques News & Fairs - Pavilions of Harrogate Antiques Fair

 

Melody Antiques Marble Garden Sculpture of 2 Lions - c1920 Price £7500

ABOUT THIS FAIR:
Held in two sumptuous rooms of the Pavilions of Harrogate venue, the fair has expanded its range and now welcomes decorative dealers.  Expect to see Modern & Contemporary Art, Fine Art, classic and 20th century jewellery, silver and ceramics, period furniture, bronze Art Deco statuary, period rugs, fine glass, medical and scientific instruments, antiquarian maps and prints; Chinese and Japanese collector's items and decorative accessories for the home and garden.



WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

Notable art dealers from the region and beyond include Sutcliffe Galleries from Harrogate with paintings by local artists,  Rowles Fine Art from Ludlow, with landscape works and 20th century artists including L.S.Lowry; and Granta Fine Art from Cambridge with paintings by post-Impressionist and Modern European artists; and Yorkshire dealers Ellis Fine Art.

German studio pottery collectors will be excited to visit John Newton, the well-known Yorkshire specialist in antique pottery and porcelain, returning to The Pavilions of Harrogate Decorative Antiques & Art Fair at The Yorkshire Showground, who is pioneering a new collecting area - German studio art pottery which takes its distinctive colours of grey and cobalt blue that takes its name from the Höhr-Grenzhausen and Ransbach-Baumbach area known as Westerwald, in Rheinland-Pfalz. Salt-glazed stoneware is thought to have its origins in the work of Dutch potters who used the wood from old barrels discarded by herring fishers to fire their kilns and then discovered their unglazed pots emerged covered by a glass-like shine. The technique spread to the UK in the C17th and was later taken up by such companies as Doulton.

Organiser of the fair Sue Ede of Cooper Events told ANF: says: 2Our exhibitors are always looking to bring interesting, desirable pieces to the fair, and with everything from art to period furniture, unusual decorative and interior pieces, we are looking forward to seeing an even wider range of pieces with John Newton’s range of mid-20th century German pottery."

Around 40 exhibitors will be attending including: 20th Century Glamour, Anderson Jones Ltd, Antiquesbydesign, Staffordshire, Balmain Antiques, Cleveland, Billy Rae, Bottlebrook Antiques, Derbyshire, Brian Ashbee & Wesley Wotruba, Bristol, Chris Holmes Antiques, Harrogate, Garret & Hurst Sculpture, Granta Fine Art, Cambridge, Highland Antiques, Aberdeenshire, J Dickinson maps and prints, J.C. Antiques - Ellis Fine Art, Yorkshire, Jack Shaw & Co, Jo Brayshaw, Northumberland, John Newton Antiques, Mark Buckley Antiques, West Yorkshire, Melody Antiques, Cheshire, Molly and Maud's Place, Yorkshire, Paul Burnett Antiques & Interiors, Gloucestershire, Plaza, Roger de Ville Antiques, Derbyshire, Rowles Fine Art, Ludlow, Waterfall Antiques, Bath,Sutcliffe Contemporary Art and Sutcliffe Galleries, Harrogate.

Joining the fair for the first time will be W.R.Harvey Antiques from Witney, specialists in fine Georgian and Regency furniture with stock including fine sets of chairs, dining tables, bookcases, grandfather clocks and occasional tables. Among W R Harvey’s additional exhibits will be a superb oil on canvas landscape painting by the highly sought after Yorkshire artist Edward H. Niemann Jnr (1813 - 1876 ) of Knaresborough Castle ruins above the river Nidd and Aquaduct. It is priced at £7000.
 

 Antiques News & Fairs -Pavilions of Harrogate Antiques & Art Fair

 Molly & Maud's Place - A C17th Flemish Armchair.  Price £2950

 

Antiques News & Fairs - Harrogate Decorative Antiques & Art Fair

W R Harvey Antiques - Knaresborough Castle ruins by Edward H. Niemann Jnr, circa 1865. £7,000.


Antiques News & Fairs - Pavilions of Harrogate Antiques & Art Fair

Chris Holmes Antiques - Large 1750's Italian amphora with a beautiful patina and two roundells displaying it's original patron's family crest.


Antiques News & Fairs - Pavilions of Harrogate Antiques & Art Fair

20th Century Glamour - Christian Dior – Diamante & Pearl Daisy Earrings dating to the mid 1980’s. Price £85.00


Antiques News & Fairs - Harrogate Decorative Antiques & Art Fair

Rowles Fine Art - Michael John Hunt 'Rattlesnake' Acrylic on Panel 16" X 12" inches Signed

 

TICKETS AND EXHIBITOR INFO:
Complimentary tickets and full exhibitor listings are available from organisers Cooper Events 

 

Cover Image:

John Newton Antiques - A charming salt-glaze jug made in the studios of Giefer-Bahn, Höhr-Grenzhausen (Rhine-
land-Palatinate). The jug is superbly decorated in sgraffito with a delightful atmospheric retro fish design. Signed to the base.
Circa 1960/70.

 



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