Enjoy art and antiques shopping? Fancy browsing for a bargain? Antiques for Everyone at the NEC, Birmingham from 5-8 April 2018 has it all, from Victorian collectors pieces from less than £10 to the finest works of art, sculpture and furniture for more than £10,000. 8,000 collectors from around the world fill the fair in search of superb pieces assembled by 200 specialist dealers. There's jewellery, silver, ceramics and glass, too, plus Scandi design, Mid-Century Modern, vintage fashion and all kinds of unusual and desirable collector's items.
Known across the world for its variety of exhibits, Antiques for Everyone is an essential buying source for collectors, interior designers, decorators and anyone with an interest in fine art and period design.
Around 200 specialist dealers take part in a fair that is divided into two distinct areas, one providing an elegant showcase for the finest and rarest pieces, including traditional furniture, Asian works of art, the Decorative Arts, British and European paintings and 20th century designer pieces; the second a prime sourcing marketplace of stands with Scandinavian furniture, glass and ceramics, vintage jewellery, textiles, the earliest English pottery, porcelain, folk art, watercolours antiquarian maps and prints.
MEET THE EXPERTs Antiques Roadshow personalities, Judith Miller and Will Farmer will be on hand to provide top tips you might need and insider advice from the world of antiques. Free seminars run throughout the day.
In addition, the fair welcomes very special attraction: 'A Spoonful of Arts & Crafts' presented by cutlery historian and expert Simon Moore. This unique exhibition will feature a fabulous collection of silver spoons from the Arts & Crafts period, all with fascinating and beautiful designs capturing the best of British silver-making in the early 20th century.
All items for sale are vetted by experts for quality, date and condition and with prices starting from £10 and going up to £100,000.
Car parking is free at the NEC for antiques fair visitors and the fair provides a choice of cafes and bars.