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IACF Covid-19 Update (17.05.2020)
Posted May 17th, 2020 by iacf and filed under IACF News & Other Interesting Stuff
IACF Covid-19 update - 18/3/2020.
Discussing Newark Antique Fair, how to get into Interior Designing and everything Antique!
Posted April 9th, 2020 by Eve Oliver and filed under IACF News & Other Interesting Stuff
Karen Barlow, owner of The Little Potato Store pop up vintage store on Instagram talks about Newark Antique Fair, how to get into vintage styling and everything antique!
An Interior Designer's Guide - How to shop at Ardingly Antiques Fair
Posted June 11th, 2019 by Emma Merry and filed under New-Comers Guides to Antiques Fairs
Emma Merry of Emma Merry Styling gives us her expert Interior Designer's Guide on how to get the most from sourcing unique items at Ardingly International Antiques & Collectors Fair.
ATTERS ANTIQUES: We Are Forever Open...
Posted April 16th, 2019 by Atters Attree and filed under Dealer Corner
The irrepressible Atters is at it again, discovering some very interesting antiques and finding himself a very fetching pair of 'bottleneck' bottom late 60s psychedelic trousers...all at iacf Antique & Collectors Fairs!
'OLD BILL' First World War Exhibition at Shepton Mallet Antiques Fair
Posted March 26th, 2019 by Grant Nicholas IACF and filed under IACF News & Other Interesting Stuff
As part of the continuing First World War Centenary Commemorations, Bac To Basic Antiques, a regular exhibitor at Shepton Mallet, is putting on a special display of Old Bill WW1 commemorative pottery at the fair being held on the weekend of Friday 29th - Sunday 31st March.
Ardingly Antiques Fair at Fifty
Posted March 21st, 2019 by Grant Nicholas IACF and filed under IACF News & Other Interesting Stuff
This April, Ardingly Antiques & Collectors Fair will celebrate its half-century! For the original organiser - Caroline Penman - memories of the first ever Ardingly event are a little hazy, but as they say: if you can remember the sixties, you weren’t there!
Featured Dealer - Robert Shaw
Posted March 21st, 2019 by Robert Shaw and filed under Dealer Corner
A quickfire series of questions given to one of International Antiques & Collectors Fair's regular Antiques Dealers - Robert Shaw.
Shipwrecked Treasure at Alexandra Palace Antiques & Collectors Fair
Posted November 13th, 2018 by Grant Nicholas IACF and filed under Dealer Corner, IACF News & Other Interesting Stuff
The Alexandra Palace Antiques & Collectors Fair is somewhere synonymous with discovering unique, antique treasures. But what could possibly fit the bill more than 'sunken treasures', salvaged after hundreds of years from the briny deep of Davey Jones' Locker - i.e. real shipwrecked treasure? Carolina Valdés Vignoli (stallholder at Alexandra Palace) tells iacf's Grant Nicholas about her love of these rare, beautiful and romantic treasures.
ITS GOOD TO LOSE … NOW AND AGAIN!
Posted October 2nd, 2018 by Robert Shaw and filed under Dealer Corner
Robert Shaw is a regular stallholder at Newark International Antiques & Collectors Fair, where he can usually be found in his usual pitch in the George Stephenson building. In this piece, he casts a nostalgic eye back to the days when antiques dealers had mullet haircuts, leather jackets and drove around in clapped-out Morris Minors and Volvo Estates, losing money on many of their deals...'What's changed?' I hear you cry!
1 May 2020
1 April 2020