The Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair (known as The Decorative Fair) is a family-owned event that was launched to unite the antiques and interior design trades. Now one of the most popular family and dog-friendly events to the trade and to the public, this event returns to the beautiful Battersea Park in London from September 28 to October 3rd.
Over 150 of the UK’s finest exhibitors are taking part in curating classic and decorative antique furniture, elegant 20th-century designs, Art Deco, Arts & Crafts, painted antiques, garden statuary, accessories, and collector’s items ranging from the 1700s to contemporary pieces.
Crowd favourite dealers such as Fontaine Decorative Limited, who delight with their beautifully merchandised stand or Joseph Berry with his keen eye for the unique, are a must-see.
For lovers of naïve art or décor, The Homebothy carries an incredible array of goods alongside Brownrigg Interiors, dealers of eye-catching and stunning grand-scale pieces.
For collectors or those interested in new artists, Panter & Hall Decorative offer an incredible selection. Those seeking English country house and Arts & Crafts furniture and accessories must pay a visit to Nadin & Macintosh.
Not able to attend? No problem. The Fair’s new Trade Shopping Service dedicated to buyers looking to acquire multiple items will be fulfilled by Gail McLeod, an established antiques buyer with 25 years of experience. Gail is an industry expert and well-known friend of the Fair with an in-depth knowledge of antiques, the Fair, and its exhibitors. The commission-based service has proven to be very successful for long-distance buyers. The Trade Shopping Service is happy to work with a buyer’s usual shippers or make use of the Fair’s onsite international packing and shipping provider, Simon Hall Ltd.
Interested buyers can email email@example.com to register for the Trade Shopping Service. For those wishing to attend in person, tickets can be booked and purchased via the website (tickets provide re-admission for the duration of the Fair)
Learn more at www.decorativefair.com and for inspiration on Instagram @decorativefair.
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