The Pavilions of Harrogate Antiques and Fine Art Fair

  1. October 25, 2015 3:33 pm

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Date(s) - 30/10/2015 - 01/11/2015
11:00 am - 5:00 pm


Pavilions of Harrogate

Great Yorkshire Showground



The North of England’s most popular art and antiques fair returns to Pavilions of Harrogate from 30th October – 1st November 2015. .

Sue Ede of Cooper Events took over and re-launched this regular event just three years ago: ‘We now have fifty specialist dealers from across the country with a vast range of period pieces and prices to suit every pocket, from £25 to £50,000. The easy parking, good catering facilities and above all the wide choice of fine art, antiques, collectors items and all kinds of rare and unusual pieces make this event a must for collectors.’Held in two sumptuous rooms of the Pavilions of Harrogate venue, the fair offers something for everyone, from classic and 20th century jewellery, silver and ceramics to fine paintings, period furniture, copper and brass, bronze Art Deco statuary, period rugs, fine glass, impressive mirrors, medical and scientific instruments, antiquarian maps and prints; Chinese and Japanese collector’s items and much more.

Among the many fine exhibits going on sale will be a range of fine paintings from leading Harrogate dealers Sutcliffe Galleries who specialise in both 19th century British and Continental paintings and contemporary works. They will be joined in fine art by E.Stacey-Marks, the well-known Yorkshire dealers. Among the jewellery specialists showing everything from the Victorian period to the mid- 20th century will be Brieve Antiques, Shapiro & Co, and Plaza. Nineteenth and Twentieth century
ceramics will feature on the stand of John Newton, the Yorkshire dealer; 18th and 19th century oak and country furniture on the stand of Melody Antiques and Persian and Oriental carpets and rugs from M.& N. Rugs. Approximately fifty specialist dealers will be taking part, providing a broad range of pieces for collectors.

Open 11am-5pm daily

Admission – £5

For more information please call 01278 784912 or email or visit

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