Pictured from top left are: Adam Fileman (Fileman Antiques); David Hickmet (Hickmet Fine Arts); Douglas Chome Wilson (Haynes Fine Art - London & Cotswolds); Emma Duveen (Duveen Art & Antiques); Max Andrews holding ‘George Washington’ (Ottocento); Wendy Grellman (Garret & Hurst Sculpture); a Royal Air Force pilot’s ‘Bone Dome’ size 2 helmet (Hatchwell Antiques); Kathryn Mandry and Ron Chambers (Petworth Antiques Market); John Stanley (Blackbrook Gallery); Freya Mitton; Margaret Cowley (Garret & Hurst Sculpture); Tony Haynes (Haynes Fine Art - London & Cotswolds); Nicholas Arkell (Walton House Antiques); Paul Pfanner (Timewise) and Cornelia Perquin (Precious Flora); Jane Burgett (Dansk Silver by Jane Burgett); Rowland Rhodes (Rountree Tryon Galleries); Ruth Cope (Granta Fine Art); Tim Millett (Timothy Millett Limited).

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However, with a raft of safety measures in place to protect participants, some differences between this and previous stagings of the fair will be obvious.

Among them is the mandatory wearing of facemasks for visitors and exhibitors alike and to help remind clients of the rules, Petworth exhibitors have donned some of their finest facewear.