Latest News Articles by Rachel Fellman

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New event for Scottish Borders region as fair to be held at Paxton House

25 March 2024

The Scottish Borders region welcomes a new fair in the summer at Paxton House, less than a 10-minute drive from the coastal town of Berwick-upon-Tweed.

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Young dealers: Fresh thinkers bringing new skills to the trade

25 March 2024

Younger sellers have the advantage of combining an array of online tools with traditional trade techniques

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CADA fair: Meeting old and new friends

04 December 2023

The fair held at a folk art musuem proved useful for dealers to encounter regular clients as well as new faces

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The London Antique and Vintage Textile Fair supports the next generation

06 November 2023

Textile Society fair is good business for dealers but it also acts as a fundraiser for student bursaries

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From Newark to the world: latest IACF event attracts global appeal

30 October 2023

International buyers were out in force among the buyers at the busy IACF two-day event

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Arthur Swallow Fairs: quirky buys ideal for the curious

16 October 2023

The Cheshire showground event run by Arthur Swallow includes plenty of conversation starters.

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‘Long live York’ is the books cry

09 October 2023

Increased private buying plus overseas trade purchases boost the huge annual extravaganza of the York National Book Fair.

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Collector interview: fragments of our medieval past

11 September 2023

Robert Weaver, a teacher and keeper of the Fellows’ Library at Dulwich College in south London, has collected medieval manuscript fragments for close to 50 years

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Epsom fair takes root under Tree of Ages control

28 August 2023

Exhibitors and visitors alike were enthusiastic about the first Epsom Antiques Fair run under organiser David Steel of Tree of Ages.

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Books fair report: Take the natural approach in Preston

07 August 2023

A setting with lots of water next to valuable books may not seem an obvious fit but it was a successful match

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Specialist map fair gains praise for attracting overseas participants

26 June 2023

Key to the success of the London Map Fair was an international outlook combined with keeping it local.

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Coronation bowl sold at antiques fair had ATG starring role

05 June 2023

A buyer who spotted a Whitefriars Glass finger bowl in the pages of Antiques Trade Gazette snapped it up from dealer Mark West.

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Panthers on the hunt in Petworth Antiques & Fine Art Fair

05 June 2023

Big cats proved popular among the many sales at this busy West Sussex event.

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Fair review: So long to the showground as Peterborough’s Festival of Antiques comes to an end

24 April 2023

Two days of brisk trading mark a fond farewell to Peterborough’s Festival of Antiques.

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Rain doesn't stop trade at latest Lincoln Showground antiques fair

10 April 2023

Barry Fletcher of the Carpet Merchant is an Arthur Swallow regular, making the journey over from Belgium.

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Wise to be an early bird at the Bath Decorative

27 March 2023

Trade day at the decorative fair is particularly welcomed by dealers when times are more challenging

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Worth popping in to see grandma

06 March 2023

Revived Woking event proves a hit with dealers who say the organisation is still a strength

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Galloway Antiques Fairs' owners retire and close firm

20 February 2023

Galloway Antiques Fairs is closing because its owners Richard and Susan Galloway are retiring.

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Plenty of finds at Shepton Flea

06 February 2023

ATG takes a visit to one of the largest fairs in the south of England where buyers come out in force

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Ephemera Fair discovers the joy of six

19 December 2022

Event will change next year to be held less frequently but with greater impact