The Petworth Park Antiques and Fine Art Fair is back

The Petworth Park Antiques and Fine Arts Fair is set to return to Petworth House this year. SUS-221002-140925001

From Friday May 13 to Sunday May 15, the Petworth Park Antiques and Fine Arts Fair will return to the grounds of Petworth House.

Some 60 exhibitors will join us from across the country, including some newbies to the event, bringing new disciplines.

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In a statement on the fair’s website, he said: ‘After seven successful years at Petworth Park, we look forward to returning to the usual date of May 13-15.

“The famous National Trust property in the picturesque market town of Petworth has proven to be an ideal location, attracting thousands of enthusiastic visitors.

“In its spacious marquee, the Petworth Park Antiques and Fine Arts Fair has around 60 exhibitors, mainly members of the British Antique Dealers Association and LAPADA, the Art and Antiques Dealers Association.

“They offer a wide range of desirable items for sale ranging from furniture, jewelry, sculpture, glass, lighting, photography, vintage watches and silver to paintings, drawings, ceramics , clocks, 20th century design objects, maps, prints, oriental rugs, tribal art, historical medals, aeronautics and many other decorative and unique works of art spanning the centuries.

“We are very pleased to be working with the National Trust again at Petworth House as well as local dealer association PAADA and the Petworth Business Association, creating another exciting event. The 17th century grand house has an internationally significant art collection and, with its ‘Capability’ Brown landscape park, provides a wonderful backdrop for our annual fair.

Tickets cost £10 each and include free entry to Petworth House on all three days of the fair.

National Trust members enjoy free entry to the fair.

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