£5 at the door - free re-admission with programme.
Or print your own complimentary ticket from this site.
Welcome to the Antiques & Fine Art Fair at Harewood The Antiques Dealers Fair Limited has staged a high quality antiques and fine art fair at Harewood near Leeds, one of the ten Treasure Houses of England, for the past five years and we are delighted to be back for the sixth staging of the event 12 - 14 May 2017.
If you plan a visit to Harewood to coincide with the fair, you can make the most of what the estate has to offer in one day. Antiques fair visitors enjoy complimentary access to the Grounds and Below Stairs part of the House, and an upgrade to view the State Rooms and exhibitions is only £5 on the day, saving £11.50 on an Adult Freedom ticket.
The fair is held in a purpose built marquee and features around thirty distinguished exhibitors, mainly drawn from BADA and LAPADA The Association of Art & Antiques Dealers. They offer for sale an exciting array of art and antiques, vetted for authenticity and correct labelling.
Displays of the finest town and country furniture, traditional and contemporary art and sculpture, lighting, silver, jewellery, glass, ceramics, antiquities and historical objects, mirrors, objects of virtu, maps and prints and many other decorative works of art will delight both avid collectors and those new to the world of antiques.
Refreshment will be provided in the fair.
Ample free parking for antique fair visitors, courtesy vehicle between the car park and the marquee.
Harewood is easily accessible by road, located only 7 miles between Harrogate and Leeds on the A61
5 miles from Wetherby
8 miles from the M1
9 miles from Leeds/Bradford Airport
22 miles from York
Sat nav post code LS17 9LQ
Please check fair details nearer the time before making travel arrangements.
The fair is held in a purpose built marquee on the north lawn at Harewood, close to the church. Exhibitors are drawn primarily from BADA and LAPADA, and the emphasis on quality has made the event into an annual favourite in Yorkshire. Visitors enjoy the boutique feel of the fair and its breadth of displays from the ancient to the contemporary. Many spend a whole day at Harewood, given that the grounds, gardens an Below Stairs can be enjoyed free of charge, and an upgrade to visit the State Rooms and exhibitions is only £5 per person (saving £11.50).
There is ample, free parking and a courtesy shuttle operates between the main car park and the marquee.
List of exhibitors 2017
|Anderson Jones Ltd||Period and 20th century jewellery|
|Ashleigh House Fine Art||Fine 18th to 20th century oil paintings|
|Sue Brown||Rare and interesting antique jewellery|
|Cambridge Fine Art||Fine quality 18th to 20th century British and Continental paintings|
|Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd||Fine quality antique silver|
|J Dickinson Maps & Prints||Fine quality antique maps, views and prints|
|Fileman Antiques||Fine antique lighting and glass|
|Garret & Hurst Sculpture||Bronzes and sculpture by the Master sculptors of the 19th century. Featuring contemporary works by Margot Homan and Robert Glen|
|Haynes Fine Art||Dealers in quality 16th to 20th century paintings in London and the Cotswolds|
|Hickmet Fine Arts||European bronze sculpture, art glass and period furniture|
|Howell 1870||Victorian and early 20th century jewellery and vintage watches|
|Stephen Kalms Antiques||Fine English and Continental silver|
|Andrian Melka||QEST Scholar|
|Melody Antiques||Purveyors of seriously good antiques|
|Stephen Morris||Packing & shipping services|
|Odyssey||Classical to mediaeval antiquities, coins and historical artefacts|
|T.L. Phelps Fine Furniture Restoration||Specialist restoration and conservation services in the North of England|
|Plaza||20th century jewellery|
|Richwood Fine Art||Modern British and international fine art specialist|
|Shapiro & Co||Interesting and unusual jewellery, silver and objets d'art, including Arts & Crafts|
|Jack Shaw & Co||Fine quality silver, specialising in canteens of silver cutlery|
|Carolyn Stoddart-Scott||Antique pottery, porcelain and decorative items|
|Walton House Antiques||Fine quality antique furniture, clocks and works of art|
|Mark J West||18th to early 20th century English and Continental glass|
|Wilson Mitchell & Co. Ltd||Partner practice of St. James's Place Wealth Management|
|Yorkshire Life||Monthly magazine celebrating the finer things in life|
The Marquee at Harewood
Harewood sits at the heart of Yorkshire, easily accessible by road, rail and air. The House, one of the treasure houses of England and the family seat of the Earl and Countess of Harewood, was built in the mid-18th century and has magnificent interiors by Robert Adam, furniture by Thomas Chippendale and paintings by JMW Turner, Reynolds, Titian and El Greco, among others. An Italianate Terrace, designed by Sir Charles Barry, stretches along the South Front of the House and provides stunning views of Lancelot 'Capability' Brown's landscape and lake. The collection of paintings, furniture and porcelain is as fine as any in the land, and the setting is Yorkshire's most beautiful landscape.
The House at Harewood is open to the public April-October.
Sat nav post code LS17 9LQ
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