But it isn’t just auctions for your diary.
For antiques fans hoping to make a weekend of it, Cumbria Tourism and The Rothay Manor Hotel in Ambleside is hosting a ‘Short Break for Collectors’ holiday – a five-night break starting on March 17.
Events during the stay include talks with architects, historians and antiques experts, a tour of Abbott Hall in Kendal, Hutton in the Forest and Lowther Castle near Penrith.
The holiday includes full Cumbrian breakfasts, dinner and transport. Find out more from Aspect Events.
Just over the north Pennines, The Bowes Museum in Castle Barnard is holding an exhibition called SOLD! The Great British Antiques Story. Running until May 5, it is guest-curated by Mark Westgarth of Leeds University, who, during 10 years of research, has worked to track the cultural geography of British antiques dealing in the 20th century. The show features 33 objects from collections such as the Victoria and Albert Museum, British Museum and The National Gallery.
Back on the auction scene, the final two weeks of the month feature sales at Mitchells on March 20-22, Paul Laidlaw’s Laidlaw Auctioneers' March 23 collectors and interiors sale and Elstob & Elstob’s March 24.
Anderson & Garland in Newcastle will hold its next two day fine art sale - an event it runs quarterly - on March 26-27.
There are plenty of other auctions and fairs across the wider region in March. View Antiques Trade Gazette’s calendar to search for more.