Don't miss Bath Decorative Antiques Fair

Discover an array of covetable antiques at the Bath Decorative Antiques Fair this March


A parliament of stone owls from Vagabond Antiques, which made its debut at the Bath Decorative Antiques Fair in 2017

From 9th-11th March, Bath's characterful Pavilion is playing host to the Bath Decorative Antiques Fair. Now in its 29th year, BDAF remains a leading regional antiques event, and visitors can expect to find a wealth of beautiful pieces for a range of budgets. Wheather you're looking for refined English Country House furniture and naïve folk art textiles, or quirky mid-century accessories and rustic vintage keepsakes, expect to find a plethora of treasures sourced by dealers from across Europe. 

A group of 18th-century chemist jars from Hiscock & Shepherd Antiques

New exhibitors for 2018 include King George Antiques, a Kent-based antiques emporium specialising in library furniture and Country House pieces. Plus some not-to-miss returning exhibitors, including Appledore Antiques from Devon, Cherrie & Michael Todd from Somerset (both specialsing in naïve country furniture, folk art and samplers), decorative specialists The Archives from Belgium and Bohm's Antiek from Sweden, showing traditional Swedish painted provincial furniture. Also explore 18th century treasures from Hiscock & Shepherd Antiques (pictured above), along with on-trend mid-century design, art and upholstery from Not Wanted on Voyage in Oxford and Mary Hossack of Life England from London. 

For those looking to refresh their homes with unique and unusual pieces, the Bath Decorative Antiques Fair is not to be missed! 

* 9th-11th March 2018 (trade preview 8th March). £5. Opening times vary. Bath Decorative Antiques Fair, The Pavilion, North Parade Road, Bath, BA2 4EU. 01278 784912;



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