Those standing at this event near Droitwich on Saturday and Sunday, February 23-24, include Martin Oliver, John Michell, Doreen Faulks and Jerry Holmes.
This all ties in nicely with the Derby Porcelain Society’s seminar to be held at the venue on the Staurday afternoon.
The society was founded in 1984 to “promote research into, education in and appreciation of Derby porcelain and other Derbyshire ceramics of all periods to the present day”.
It runs a series of events and features an online exhibition on Creamers and Small Jugs (see website below).
The fair has been fully booked for some time at 90 dealers, with a waiting list.
Two Cs’ Stephanie Castell said: “For visitors whose interest is not in ceramics there are also plenty of other choices at the fair including formal furniture from Sage Antiques, while Shine On Design will be there with Deco, which nearly sold out at the October fair.
“A newcomer to the fair is Hawthornes Antiques of Birmingham, which usually trades from its website.”