Large crowds are expected at the very first “Northumbrian Antiques & Collectors Fair”.

Wednesday 20/03/2013

Large crowds are expected at the very first “Northumbrian Antiques & Collectors Fair”.

Large crowds are expected at the very first “Northumbrian Antiques & Collectors Fair”.

Large crowds are expected at the very first “Northumbrian Antiques & Collectors Fair”. It is being held over three days, the 17th, 18th and 19th May 2013.

Dealers are coming from Somerset, Lincolnshire, Aberdeen, Cambridgeshire, Warwickshire, Merseyside, Lancashire and many other areas of the UK.

We have jewellery, furniture, ceramics, glass, walking sticks, paintings & prints and much more on display.

Northern dealers include Lapada Director Graham Smith who has a private marquee, also a group of dealers from the popular Fern Avenue Antiques Centre in Jesmond. Again from the North, specialist French furniture dealer ‘Antiques Francais’.

Travelling from the South, one of the country’s foremost walking cane dealers ‘Galleon Antiques of Lincolnshire’, also ‘The Cedar Tree Antiques’ displaying French glass, 18th and 19th Century ceramics.Alan Woods from Lancashire with pictures, clocks and watches.  Badgersett Antiques from Warwickshire, a specialist Royal Doulton dealer. Market Square Antiques from Yorkshire with sporting antiques. Libra Antiques from Leeds with antique silver and jewellery. Good furniture dealers from Aberdeen, Perthshire, specialist vintage and antique jewellery dealer from Yorkshire and many more fine quality antique dealers. To whom we are really grateful for supporting this, the first fair inNorthumbria.

The fair is being held in the beautiful village of Corbridge, which has a wonderful range of stylish shops, hotels, pubs and restaurants. As well as the famous ‘Corstopitum’ Roman Fort, which has a busy visitor centre.

Facilities at the antique fair will include a good range of catering outlets with the added bonus of the Tynedale Rugby Football Club club houserestaurant and bar.

Northumberland is a county rich in natural beauty and history.

For more details and further information about the fair, go to www.thenorthumbrianfair.com or contact Malcolm Eglin tel office: 01434 609609 mob: 07966398123  email: Malcolm@thenorthumbrianfair.com

Organiser: Malcolm Eglin Antiques in association with Tynedale Rugby Football Club


* Some late entries for stand holders could be considered but must be pre-booked, no casuals*

Published: Wednesday 20/03/2013

By Visit Northumberland

Attachments

https://images.visitnorthumberland.com/news/201303Large-crowds-are-expected-at-the-very-first-Northumbrian-Antiques-Collectors-Fair-/vn-medium-Large-crowds-are-expected-at-the-very-first-Northumbrian-Antiques-Collectors-Fair-.jpghttps://images.visitnorthumberland.com/news/201303Large-crowds-are-expected-at-the-very-first-Northumbrian-Antiques-Collectors-Fair-/vn-small-Large-crowds-are-expected-at-the-very-first-Northumbrian-Antiques-Collectors-Fair-.jpgLarge crowds are expected at the very first “Northumbrian Antiques & Collectors Fair”. , news, local events, winners, Northumberland, official tourist informationLarge crowds are expected at the very first “Northumbrian Antiques & Collectors Fair”. 03/20/201303/20/20132013 Visit Northumberland Northumberland Tourism Northumberland Tourism Northumberland Tourism Visit Northumberland

Search for things to do

Search for events

Search for accommodation

Sign up for our newsletter



It's in our nature
Tourist Information Centres in Northumberland
Late availability noticeboard