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Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair Sunday 15 September 2019

 

 Antiques News  & Fairs -Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair

Madelena Antique Glass - Rene Lalique

Event: Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair
Organiser: Specialist Glass Fairs
Venue: Ickworth Park, Horringer nr. Bury St. Edmunds  (IP29 5SA)
Date: 15 September 2019

Enquiries:

Tel: 07887 762872

Antiques News & Fairs - Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair

 Maureen Charles contemporary glass maker  - glass charger

ABOUT THIS FAIR:

A recent addition to the cannon of Specialist Glass Fairs, Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair takes place in the surroundings of historic National Trust Ickworth House, Suffolk.

Organiser Paul Bishop told ANF: "This fair offers visitors a unique chance to see 300 years of glass in one day on Sunday 15 September!"

 

Around 30 exhibitors selling fine antique and collectable glass alongside glass artists showing their own work. Staged in the Gallery in the West Wing of the exquisite National Trust Ickworth House, Park and Gardens this is a small but perfectly formed event for glass enthusiasts and dealers.

Among confirmed exhibitors for this edition of the Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair: Bonnons Antique Glass, 18th century drinking glasses; Georgian and Victorian decanters, rummers and decorative glassware, Circa Glass,Whitefriars & other British & Continental 20th century glass, contemporary studio glass, Stephen Hazell-Smith, 20th century Scandinavian glass - read a recent interview with this dealer here: Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair dealer interview.

Also attending: La Boheme Collectables, rare postwar Czech glass and contemporary designer pieces
Madelena, René Lalique glass and Marris Antiques, fine quality English and Irish glass.

Antiques News & Fairs - Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair

Bex Burston contemporary glass maker

 

The event is where real glass enthusiasts, collectors and trade gather twice a year to gorge on the glass shown by expert dealers and collectdors.  The breadth of quality and and variety of the glass offered for sale attracts glass aficionados and collectors from across the trade and public domains and the organisers always offer a unqiue exhibition to complement the eye popping glass displays.

Organiser Paul Bishop of Specialist Glass Fairs told ANF: "An event like this is a great opportunity for enthusiasts to meet other like-minded individuals and to browse the spectacular array of exciting pieces on sale, plus there is always the possibility of finding a bargain - or haggling your way to one!

We strive to offer a good mix of both antique, collectable and contemporary pieces as we believe it is important that as many genres of glass as possible are represented in all of their diverse and fascinating forms. The malleability of glass allows for limitless creativity, and artists and artisans through the years have produced a wide variety of items from the practical to the purely decorative, from jewellery to paperweights, and figurines to exquisite drinking vessels."


Antiques News & Fairs - Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair

Naomi Brangwyn contemporary glass maker - Look Deep into the Verge

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

Contemporary studio glass is a big collecting area and is well represented at the fair by a number of glass artists using various techniques.

 

 Antiques News & Fairs -- Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair

 Madelena Antique Glass

TICKET INFO:

Admission is free to National Trust members or £9 to non-members which gives access to the gardens and free entry to the fair.


Cover Image:Nautilus by Sharon Korek.


 

 

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News & Fairs Previews

Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair Sunday 15 September 2019

 

 Antiques News  & Fairs -Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair

Madelena Antique Glass - Rene Lalique

Event: Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair
Organiser: Specialist Glass Fairs
Venue: Ickworth Park, Horringer nr. Bury St. Edmunds  (IP29 5SA)
Date: 15 September 2019

Enquiries:

Tel: 07887 762872

Antiques News & Fairs - Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair

 Maureen Charles contemporary glass maker  - glass charger

ABOUT THIS FAIR:

A recent addition to the cannon of Specialist Glass Fairs, Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair takes place in the surroundings of historic National Trust Ickworth House, Suffolk.

Organiser Paul Bishop told ANF: "This fair offers visitors a unique chance to see 300 years of glass in one day on Sunday 15 September!"

 

Around 30 exhibitors selling fine antique and collectable glass alongside glass artists showing their own work. Staged in the Gallery in the West Wing of the exquisite National Trust Ickworth House, Park and Gardens this is a small but perfectly formed event for glass enthusiasts and dealers.

Among confirmed exhibitors for this edition of the Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair: Bonnons Antique Glass, 18th century drinking glasses; Georgian and Victorian decanters, rummers and decorative glassware, Circa Glass,Whitefriars & other British & Continental 20th century glass, contemporary studio glass, Stephen Hazell-Smith, 20th century Scandinavian glass - read a recent interview with this dealer here: Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair dealer interview.

Also attending: La Boheme Collectables, rare postwar Czech glass and contemporary designer pieces
Madelena, René Lalique glass and Marris Antiques, fine quality English and Irish glass.

Antiques News & Fairs - Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair

Bex Burston contemporary glass maker

 

The event is where real glass enthusiasts, collectors and trade gather twice a year to gorge on the glass shown by expert dealers and collectdors.  The breadth of quality and and variety of the glass offered for sale attracts glass aficionados and collectors from across the trade and public domains and the organisers always offer a unqiue exhibition to complement the eye popping glass displays.

Organiser Paul Bishop of Specialist Glass Fairs told ANF: "An event like this is a great opportunity for enthusiasts to meet other like-minded individuals and to browse the spectacular array of exciting pieces on sale, plus there is always the possibility of finding a bargain - or haggling your way to one!

We strive to offer a good mix of both antique, collectable and contemporary pieces as we believe it is important that as many genres of glass as possible are represented in all of their diverse and fascinating forms. The malleability of glass allows for limitless creativity, and artists and artisans through the years have produced a wide variety of items from the practical to the purely decorative, from jewellery to paperweights, and figurines to exquisite drinking vessels."


Antiques News & Fairs - Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair

Naomi Brangwyn contemporary glass maker - Look Deep into the Verge

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

Contemporary studio glass is a big collecting area and is well represented at the fair by a number of glass artists using various techniques.

 

 Antiques News & Fairs -- Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair

 Madelena Antique Glass

TICKET INFO:

Admission is free to National Trust members or £9 to non-members which gives access to the gardens and free entry to the fair.


Cover Image:Nautilus by Sharon Korek.


 

 

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