The fair is the opportunity to view and buy a wide range of antiques from nationwide items which would not come up at local auctions.
Galloway Antiques Fairs hold events in some of the united kingdom’s finest country houses, along with Alnwick Castle in Northumberland and Duncombe Park in North Yorkshire, And attract the most well-thought-of antiques dealers.
Artefact from Somerset will be selling paintings and oriental pottery and pottery, Including a pair of 19thcentury Canton vases wonderfully painted with court scenes, charging 895.
CS Moreton Antiques of Perthshire will be with fine period furniture and objects d’art with a strong Scottish and Dutch flavour, Such as a fine MidWales oak dresser and rack dating back to to around 1750, priced 3,300.
Trivette of Hampshire sells fine antique jewellery from Georgian by way of the Art Deco period and will have some beautiful items for sale, this sort of a Rolex Prince Imperial watch circa 1930 (fee 2,500), A Belle Epoque opal, Pearl and diamond pendant circa 1915 (6,500) And a selection of ruby and sapphire eternity rings from about 1925 (from 950 to 1,950).
John Newton Antiques of Hull sells English and continental porcelain dating from 1750 to 1900. Among his large variety is a pair of late 19thcentury French Sevresstyle porcelain urns and covers dated circa 1880.
there will also be dealers selling paintings, Bronze figurine, wine glass, Maps and patterns, asian rugs and carpets, art work, Antique light and angling antiques.
The rooms used in the castle lend themselves beautifully to the wide range of antiques and fine art that are displayed for sale by the nationallyknown and respected dealers from country wide.