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Organised by Les Antiquaires en Céramique Ancienne ASBL and known as the Salon de la Céramique Ancienne, it is modelled on the salon that takes place every other September at the Hotel Dassault, Paris and features many of the same French and Belgian exhibitors.

And, like the Paris salon and the New York ceramics fair, it has adopted the successful formula pioneered by London’s Park Lane Ceramics fair of incorporating a programme of lectures by specialists in their subjects.

This year there are 24 exhibitors who will set out their stands on the first and ground floors of the château, four more than last year, with 18 returning and six newcomers.

Visitors can expect a good mix of Continental porcelain and faience with an emphasis on French and Belgian factories, plus a good selection of Chinese porcelain, especially export wares. The château, which was built in the early 20th century in Louis XVI style, is easily accessible from the A8 E429 motorways and is set in 182 hectares of parkland which also contain the château’s lapidary museum.
Entrance is €3.72.