It is fully booked, boasting a total of 43 dealers. First-time exhibitors include King George Antiques from Sussex, specialising in decorative furniture, lighting and mirrors; Skyling Antiques from Wiltshire bringing 20th century glass and paintings; and collectables specialist Judi Smith Antiques from Hampshire.
Among those dealers making a debut at this event, Black Ink Masterart brings one of the highlight pieces of the fair: a lithograph of Edvard Munch’s The Scream.
Other exhibitors include Elizabeth Nicolson bringing 18th to 20th century silver and Barry Cotton with 18th and 19th century furniture and musical instruments. Neptune Fine Art and David Scriven Antiques will return after several years away.
Running three times a year, the fair was founded by Reg Cooper in 1989 and is organised by Cooper Events under the direction of Sue Ede.