1 – 4 October 2020

The Northern Antiques Fair

The Northern Antiques Fair is prestigious fine art show, established in 1951, leads the way for the north of England. Approximately 40 specialists exhibit work for sale at prices ranging from a few hundred to several thousand pounds. A broad range of delightful pieces are displayed, including jewellery, paintings, watercolours, rugs, clocks, glass, sculptures and ceramics. The exhibitors are strictly governed so visitors can purchase items in complete confidence. This art fair is popular with interior designers, collectors and interested members of the public who can find beautiful pieces to complement their personal styles. This large show takes place in the cultural city of Harrogate in October annually.

Practical info The Northern Antiques Fair 2020

Location

Harrogate Convention Centre, Hall M
Harrogate
North Yorkshire HG1 2SY
United Kingdom

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Opening hours

1 October: 11am – 8pm
2-3 October: 11am – 6pm
4 October: 11am – 5pm

Entrance Fee

E-tickets: Free of charge

Mediums

Furniture
Painting
Jewellery
Decorative Art…

Art Periods

Antique
Modern
Contemporary

Contact
Contact Form
+44 (0)1797 252030
Website

The Northern Antiques Fair © W. Hamond

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