Over 40 of the UK’s top antiques, art and design dealers will attend The Northern Antiques Fair at the Harrogate Convention Centre.
Dating back to 1951, the four-day Northern Antiques Fair is Harrogate’s longest standing art and antiques event and will feature a wide range of dealers from October 3 to 6.
Highlights around the fair include:
- a pair of famille verte Lowther Castle fish bowls on Victorian George II style giltwood bases, c 1820, price £65,000 from Burton Antiques.
- an early 16th century figure of St John the Apostle, which came from an old private French collection, priced at £6,000.
- a Regency bracket clock made by John Garth of Harrogate around 1825
- an oil on canvas of Knaresborough by William Greaves (1852-1938) who was born in Leeds, studied at Sheffield College of Art and mostly painted oils of the Yorkshire area, this is priced at £5,500
- a York canteen of fiddle design cutlery for 12 settings dated 1812-48 by Barber, Cattle and North. York was one of the seven provincial assay towns of England until its final closure in 1858.