Vintage and antique garden items were in demand and, overheard from a group of dealers, “terracotta pots have been flying off the shelves ahead of the warm summer months”.
Flowers and plants were on offer, along with all the accessories needed to have a perfectly planted space.
Regular fair attendee Fee Fraser proved her intentions as she left the fair with a red antique wooden wheelbarrow that was sold in excess of £100.
Another lucky attendee purchased a pair of stone coy fish statues, bought for £250, to accompany the real fish in his garden pond.
Isobel from IsseaPinkBexhill told ATG that “the majority of her selling stock was garden items” although she was prepared for a change in requests and added: “We knew if it turned cloudy today that people would begin focusing on other pieces.”
She said that the event is “one of the best fairs to set up at as there is a great amount of space and it’s very peaceful”.
The next Loseley Park fair will take place on July 14-16.