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The Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Art Fair - 11-13 August 2017

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Fu T'ang Lung Oriental Antiques - One from a pair of Chinese brass door knockers.
Event: The Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Art Fair
Organiser: Cooper Events
Venue: Westonbirt School, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, GL8 8QG
Date: 11-13 August 2017

Enquiries:

Tel: 01278 784912

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W.R.Harvey - C17th oak court cupboard, £2650.

ABOUT THIS FAIR:

This summer, the enormously popular Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Art Fair will open the doors at the spectacular Gothic Westonbirt School near Tetbury, Gloucestershire, to trade buyers, keen collectors and fashion conscious interior designers.

Among the desirable pieces available for sale will be a rare set of wooden spice drawers, a Chinese antique pair of brass door handles, C20th glamour handbags and a C18th carved wooden back set from a pony trap.

The event's organiser, Sue Ede, of Cooper Events, famous for the Bath Decorative Antiques Fair and the Shepton Flea at the Bath & West Showground, said: "This is one of our longest-established events... first run in 1989 and every year since then, appealing to collectors and home decorators across the region."

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Newman Fine Art  Peacock Garden, by Fiona Owen (contemporary), in watercolour. £550.

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Twentieth Century Glamour - A selection of glamour handbags

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

New exhibitor Gabrielle de Gilles from Kent will be a very popular addition to the fair this time, dealing in French provincial antiques, decorative accessories and some architectural pieces.

Fu Ts’ang Lung Oriental Antiques will be offering a range of Chinese and Tibetan carvings, bronzes, drawings and works of art, including a decorative pair of antique brass door handles sourced from China, priced at £275.

Candice Horley of Twentieth Century Glamour will be showing vintage 1950’s handbags and 1920’s-70’s costume jewellery, with pieces from highly sought-after makers such as Trifari, Dior, Miriam Haskell, Joseff, Monet and Marcel Boucher.

W.R. Harvey Antiques will be exhibiting fine quality furniture for drawing rooms, dining rooms and studies from the Georgian and Regency periods.  In particular, a late C17th carved oak court cupboard dating from around 1670, priced at £2,670.

Shapiro & Co, specialists in late C19th and early C20th European and Russian collector’s pieces, will be featuring Arts and Crafts and Art Nouveau silver, including a pewter basket designed by Archibald Knox in the Tudric range, made for Liberty of London, circa 1902, priced at £750.

Jo Brayshaw will be showing decorative lighting, glass, ceramics and furniture, Brian Ashbee & Wesley Wotruba will be presenting C19th and C20th furniture and objets d’art, and Studiotic will be showing C20th original signed prints and designer silver.

Granta Fine Art will show English and Continental works by mid and late C20th artists. Jewellery and silver will be strongly represented by specialists including Brieve Antiques, Plaza and Terry Robert, and Hazlehurst Sculpture & Antiques will return with a collection of C19th Continental figuritive sculpture.

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Newman Fine Art  "On Cotteswold, near Bisley', by Alan Laycock RWA (b.1928). In oils. £395.

TICKET INFO:

Admission is £5.00.  For more details, visit The Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Art Fair.




Cover Image: Fu T'ang Lung Oriental Antiques - One from a pair of Chinese brass door knockers.

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