12th – 14th August 2016
Westonbirt School, near Tetbury, Gloucestershire GL8 6QG
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Historic paintings of Gloucestershire and Bath, plus a wide range of vintage, Mid-Century Modern and period furniture will be a major attraction at The Cotswolds Antiques, Decorative & Art Fair at Westonbirt School, near Tetbury, Gloucestershire from 12th – 14th August.
This popular summer event takes place in the charming setting of Westonbirt House, now a private school, and offers a wide variety of pieces for collectors, home furnishers, interior designers and anyone looking for unusual decorative items. With more than forty-five exhibitors, it offers exhibits from £20 to more than £10,000 in price.
A view of Bath as Jane Austen would have seen it will be a feature on the stand of exhibitor Derek Newman Fine Art from Gloucestershire, who specialises in watercolour paintings and drawings. Seen from a distance, the Abbey and outline of the city can be seen, circa 1800, in a charming depiction. Whilst the artist is unknown, it is clearly by a professional painter from the time. This rarity is priced at £695.
Also among the highlights of the fair will be a charming Regency doll’s house on the stand Elham Antiques. At 63cm high, early doll’s houses like this are always sought after. The ticket price is £695. Elham Antiquesalso have a range of Irish country furniture, mirrors, garden statuary anda very decorative painted Hungarian mule chest dating from the 19thcentury, priced at £895.
Among the many regular exhibitors will be W.R. Harvey (Antiques)Ltd. with fine Georgian and Regency furniture and accessories; Jo Brayshaw with decorative lighting, glass, ceramics and furniture; Melody Antiques specialising in English and Welsh country furniture……..
For the full press release click here: The Cotswolds Antiques, Decorative & Art Fair 12th – 14th August 2016 Press Release