Several furniture specialists attended the fair, which ran from November 1-6.
Among them was S&S Timms, fourth generation antique dealers that specialise in town and country furniture. Sales included a mahogany bachelors cabinet, c.1770 offered for £5000, and which went to a client introduced to the firm at a previous fair.
Also among the other sales was an elm farmhouse table, which went to a US client from the stand of Petworth firm Wakelin and Linfield. It had an asking price of £6000.
Other furniture dealers in attendance were Kent dealer Jeroen Markies, offering Art Deco pieces, and Studio Marjan Ertefai, a French business offering 20th century design pieces.