The Pavilions of Harrogate Decorative, Antiques & Art Fair returns to the Great Yorkshire Showground later this month, with organisers promising “stylish antiques, superb paintings, decorative delights and all kinds of rare and unusual antique treasures.”
Visitors to the fair can expect to find antiques and art from all eras, including Georgian dining furniture, Edwardian leather settees, silver candelabra and English studio pottery. Also represented will be arts & crafts items, art deco vases and art nouveau sculpture.
The event will bring together many dealers from the north of England, bringing a selection of artworks from different periods. Sutcliffe Galleries from Harrogate will exhibit new and old paintings by local artists, Rowles Fine Art from Ludlow will show landscapes and 20th-century art, while Cambridge’s Granta Fine Art will bring post-impressionist and modern European artists.
Collectors of antiques will also be well catered for by dealers such as Jack Shaw & Co, specialising in fine period silver; Roger De Ville with early English pottery; and Cheshire’s Mike Melody Antiques, with 18th and 19th-century furniture. Also with furniture will be Mark Buckley Antiques from Yorkshire, and Paul Burnett Antiques & Interiors from Gloucestershire.
The Fair takes place from January 26 to 28.