For everything from fine antique furniture to stunning vintage fabrics IACF antique and collectors fairs hold a product list like no other. Attracting in excess of 120,000 public and 50,000 trade buyers, our events hold everything you could possibly need for the period or modern home.
The GIANTS of the industry, IACF events are globally renowned as the fairs at which to source superior goods. Discover them for yourself – attend the next IACF antique and collectors fair.
Held at the Newark and Nottinghamshire Showground on an enormous 84 acre site, up to 2,500 stands attract thousands of dealers and buyers from around the globe every other month.
Only two hours from London by road, 90 minutes by rail and with East Midlands Airport less than an hour away, this is one of the most easily accessible of UK antique fairs.
With its vast number of stands, choice of product is never an issue – there is quite possibly every item you could imagine! From chandeliers and rugs, to sports memorabilia and paintings, not to mention the finest of antique furniture – the possibilities are endless!
Antiques fairs can be big and small, but only one can hold the ‘Europe’s largest’ crown – and that’s Newark.
With its convenient links to the capital, the Ardingly International Antiques and Collectors Fair is a truly cosmopolitan antiques event. Only one hour from London, 12miles from Gatwick airport and 90 minutes from Dover, local, national and international dealers and buyers regularly attend the largest IACF event in the South of England.
Up to 1,700 stalls housing thousands of goods – from fine antique furniture to delicate ceramics – are available here. It has a reputation as one of the UK antique fairs were quality European decorative items can be found.
With a combination of in and outdoor stands, this mid week fair is the perfect opportunity to indulge in a little vintage shopping – or hours of professional trading!
For one of a kind finds, look no further than the Shepton Mallet Antiques and Collector’s Fair. As the West Country’s premier antiques event, IACF is proud of its reputation as one of the key UK antique fairs to source quality goods.
The fair is housed in four halls and over 30 shopping arcades at the Royal Bath & West Showground. It features up to 600 stands, with everything from paintings and antique furniture to vintage teddies and luxury leather luggage.
A weekend antiques fair, with early admission on the Friday afternoon; the fair attracts many of London’s top dealers, many of whom will have their purchases back in their shops ready to sell the following day!
The Swinderby Antiques and Collectors Fair is an IACF ‘One Day Monday’ fair. The perfect addition to the UK antique fairs calendar – it fills the monthly gap between each of the Newark antiques fairs, Swinderby’s giant neighbour.
Taking place at RAF Swinderby, near Lincoln, the event features over 600 stalls bursting with antiques. With thousands of goods on offer, varying from vintage fashions and jewellery to smaller items of antique furniture and textiles, visitors will discover something to suit all tastes – and pockets here.
The Newbury Antiques and Collector’s Fair is an IACF ‘One Day Monday’ fair. It’s the perfect introduction to antiques fairs for those new to the industry and a welcome addition to the UK antique fairs calendar for both professionals and enthusiasts.
Taking place at Newbury Racecourse, hundreds of stands are accommodated both in and outdoors, with the venues grandstand housing a delightful 70 stand exhibition space. A wide variety of antiques will be on offer, from glassware and decorative items to jewelleryand small items of antique furniture.
IACF’s new entirely undercover event is superbly located in central England, with great links via the adjacent motorway network to all parts of the country. Stoneleigh Park's two brand new exhibition halls along with existing covered areas offer space for drive-in pitches, furniture pitches and table tops. The fair will take place in the ‘one day Monday’ format on Monday 15th April and Monday 16th September and as a two day Friday and Saturday fair on 22nd and 23rd November.
A short, sharp dose of vintage trading that will truly whet your appetite for IACF’s events.