The Bath Decorative Antiques Fair 2020 returns to The Pavilion in Bath for two days this spring on March 6 to 8.
One of the most popular events in the annual events calendar, the Fair will have the theme of ‘Garden as Gallery’, celebrating all things horticultural.
Around 45 exhibitors will show their specially-reserved stock of antiques and art with a garden theme to adorn the home and garden when they convene in the Georgian city.
Making a debut for 2020 will be Joseph Berry Interiors, Surrey, bringing a youthful, contemporary twist on the antiques and interiors market, along with Portico Antiques & Interiors, Sussex, dealing in C18th-C19th Continental decorative furniture and mirrors; S.Paege & Marina Adinolfi, London dealing in antique luggage, prints and natural history items; Thomas Spencer Fine Art, C20th to contemporary art and The Antique Chair and Sofa Company, Oxfordshire, specialists in Napoleon II chairs and daybeds.
Elsewhere at the event, a number of exhibitors who are returning to showcase their wares include La Place Antiques, No 21 Lewes, Simon Wharton Antiques, Appledore Antiques, Granta Fine Art, The French Collection, Cherrie & Michael Todd, Cunningham & White, DJ Green Antiques, Elham Antiques, Hiscock & Shepherd, King George Antiques, Linda North Antiques, Mark Stacey Antiques, The Swedish Room, Scandinavian by Design and Guy Dennler Antiques.