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Oxford Planters can make almost any wooden product to virtually any specification or design in Iroko, Oak and Accoya. Our range includes planters, obelisks, benches, tables, gates, doors and windows.
01295 720303
info@oxfordplanters.co.uk
Autumnal bedroom scene at Bedsteads showing an example of a French all brass king size bed c1900; a pair of late nineteenth century Louis XV style mahogany bedsides and a serpentine front walnut inlayed, marble topped commode with mirror.

Bedsteads are the market leaders in the sale of antique beds and have been sourcing, restoring and retailing antique beds in iron, brass, wood and upholstered wood for 25years.

They have very well set up workshops where their skilled craftsmen restore and conserve to the highest standard and a very reliable couriers who deliver nation and world wide.
01275 464114
Emma Sian Pritchard has been a full-time artist since 2003, and is passionate about painting and exploring the endless possibilities of harmony between shape, colour and texture. Her work is bold and bursts with colour, and can be found in galleries and in private and public collections both home and abroad.
Pictured is Happiness is, acrylic on canvas
07740 984231
post@memosa.co.uk
An award-winning practice with over 30 years’ experience specialising in high-quality restoration, conversions and new house build projects. With a strong focus on creating inspiring homes for private clients, combining fluency in historic styles and techniques with innovative design and sustainable technology. For more information take a look at the website or call the number below.
01722 742487
Make Alfies a destination on your Christmas shopping list with its after-hours shopping event. As well as Christmas shopping, there will be live music and entertainment and complimentary festive treats from the Roof Top Kitchen team. With over 75 independent antiques and vintage dealers, find four floors brimming with unique and extra-special gifts, just waiting to be discovered. Contact Alfies Antique Market for your free invitation.
020 7723 6066
Downstairs a stylish mix of period antique furniture, lighting, mirrors and rugs alongside the contemporary, collectable or quirky. Upstairs a mass of stock to rummage through and a country house library to browse. Restoration, painting, caning and upholstery workshops onsite. Nationwide delivery available, local delivery free. Easy free parking.

Dogs most welcome.

Excellent café + Garden Centre next door.

7 days a week 11am – 5pm
01672 851510
Hingstons of Wilton’s premises are situated in Wilton which is on the outskirts of Salisbury, and only five miles from Stonehenge. They have a worldwide reputation for selling quality furniture mainly of the Georgian period through to the early 20th-century. Their stock is varied and set around the nine showrooms on two floors.
01722 742263
nick@hingstons-antiques.co.uk
Sykes has more than 25 years’ experience providing people with their dream cottage holidays. With thousands of self-catering properties for you to choose from, right across the UK & Ireland, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Whether you’re after a tranquil retreat full of historic character, a rustic woodland escape, a spacious barn conversion in the countryside, or a contemporary city pad, we cater to every need. Romantic getaways, luxury breaks, dog-friendly trips – the list goes on and on, and we’re committed to bringing you the holiday that’s right for you.

Whatever you’re looking for, Sykes is here to help you find your ideal home-from-home.
01244 356666
Marble and Mint offer a unique collection of artful, hand woven Berber rugs with a large inventory of vintage rugs available in Marrakech. A collection of modern Beni Ouarain rugs and Kilims is also available, all made using traditional weaving techniques in an exclusive workshop in the Anti Atlas region of Morocco.
info@marbleandmint.co.uk
Upstairs Downstairs is a fabulous antiques and vintage centre in the heart of the beautiful Kent town of Faversham. The centre covers two floors and houses over 20 dealers. On offer is an eclectic mix of retro vintage and collectables, french and pine furniture, an extensive vinyl selection and fully serviced vintage record players. We also boast a quaint tearoom serving tea and scrummy homemade cakes.
01795 227 190
Dorking Halls Antiques Fair:

One of the longest & highly regarded monthly antiques fairs, (Est. 1976), over 70 plus stalls available with affordable antiques catering for all budgets and tastes offering from the sublime to the wonderfully weird …… it will be hard to walk away empty handed! Free Parking, Wi-Fi & refreshments available all day. Open (8.30am trade) 9.30am – close 4.00pm

Remaining dates 2017:
• 26th November
Dates for 2018
• Sunday 21st January

• Sunday 18th February

• Sunday 18th March

• Sunday 15th April

• Sunday 20th May

• Sunday 24th June

• Sunday 16th September

• Sunday 21st October

• Sunday 25th November
07952 689717
janealexander1@ntlworld.com
Quintessentially English - historic buildings, links with Capability Brown and glorious countryside. Slightly exotic - flamboyant, and loud, peacocks wander the streets. Independent minded – a quirky range of shops, plus award-winning food and drink. And occasionally a film set - Ross Poldark brooded his way around here... The Wiltshire market town of Corsham is something of a hidden treasure, and is just 10 miles from Bath.
towncouncil@corsham.gov.uk
With 25 years of heritage, Brightwater Holidays is a well-established specialist in quality, escorted garden tours. The holidays feature visits to a selection of the finest gardens in the UK and Ireland, Europe and worldwide, as well as the opportunity to see plants in their natural habitat. Itineraries have been carefully crafted and timed to ensure that gardens are looking their best, and special features of the tours include guided tours with garden owners or designers, visits to private gardens and behind the scenes visits to nurseries and even potting sheds! As well as benefiting from an experienced Brightwater tour manager, there are often specialist hosts on the tours, with familiar faces including Carol Klein, Monty Don and Alan Titchmarsh.

New tours available in 2018 includes an elegant Downton Abbey & England’s Stately Homes tour; a superb new holiday featuring the gardens of Copenhagen and Zealand and a fabulous 16-day voyage to New Zealand and to the ends of the earth! Alongside the new additions are perennial favourites such as the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, the Villas and Gardens of the Italian Lakes and the Seasonal Gardens of Japan.

As well as gardening tours, Brightwater feature a handpicked range of Scottish holidays, including tours to Arran, Orkney and Shetland, the Outer Hebrides and Islay and Jura. For fans of steam they can take to the waves in the world’s last sea-going paddle steamer, cross the most northerly frontier of the Roman Empire, and chug across the Glenfinnan Viaduct on a Classic Scottish Steam Break. They also have a growing portfolio of interesting Archaeology holidays throughout the ancient world, escorted by suitably knowledgeable guides, as well as bespoke travel arrangements for private groups and societies. Call Brightwater Holidays 01334 657155 for details.
01334 657155
Gravetye Manor is a 4 red star hotel and 1 Michelin Star restaurant based in West Sussex. The 35 acre gardens include a formal Flower Garden, meadow and lake, orchard, Wild Garden and 1.5acre walled Kitchen Garden. This original Victorian Kitchen garden provides the Chefs with up to 95% of their fresh produce in the Summer months and is the main driving force behind the inspiration and seasonality of the menus served in our restaurant. Originally designed by famed pioneering Victorian gardener, William Robinson, the gardens are now Grade II listed and maintained by our Head Gardener, Tom Coward. Robinson lived at Gravetye Manor from 1884 and used the gardens to realise his ideas about more naturalised planting, something which challenged the regimented planting style which was prominent in Victorian gardening at the time. The gardens are available to all patrons of the hotel to visit but are not open to the general public. Please call the hotel to book before visiting. Our dress code for the restaurant is smart casual. Smart jeans are acceptable and in the evening most men do tend to wear a jacket. Children over seven years are welcome in our dining room.
01342 810567
info@gravetyemanor.co.uk
Established for over 23 years Salisbury Antiques is one of the largest antique furniture showrooms in the south of England. A must for antique lovers, interior designers or people wishing to add a statement piece to a modern home we are arranged over three floors and offer a wide selection of Georgian, Regency, Victorian and Edwardian furniture. Come and browse at your leisure in a relaxed environment.
01722 410634
Hand-picked characterful antique and vintage furniture and accessories, many of which are hand-painted in the unique style best suited for each individual piece – Scandinavian, French, Gustavian, rustic, country chic, farmhouse etc. Using their aging technique, they turn each item into a beautiful, unique piece of art for your home.
+44 (0)7766 567065
contact@crowncottagesomerset.co.uk
Discover the wonderful world of antiques at QEGS Antiques Fair. This spectacular setting plays host to an exciting variety of stalls featuring collectibles, vintage, retro, books, jewellery, and ephemera displayed across two exhibition halls. With homemade refreshments and ample free parking there is something here for everyone.

Saturday 14 October 9am – 4pm public, trade from 8am Queen Elizabeth Grammar School 158 Northgate, Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF1 3QX

The following fair will be on Saturday 3 March 2018
Sengan-en is a stately home and landscape garden along the coast north of downtown Kagoshima, Japan. Built in 1658 as one of the residences of the powerful Shimadzu clan, the garden's most striking feature is its use of active volcano Sakurajima and Kagoshima Bay as borrowed scenery. The subtropical gardens cover over 12 acres and include calming ponds, gently bubbling streams, mysterious shrines, a bamboo grove, and a mountain hiking trail. The gardens change with each season, from plum and cherry blossoms at the start of the year, through to peonies, irises, morning glories, and chrysanthemums. Experience the lifestyle of the Shimadzu, one of Japan’s most powerful clans, in the house visited by royalty such as Edward VIII and Nicholas II of Russia. The house features a fascinating mix of Japanese, Chinese and Western influences, showing the truly international nature of the Shimadzu clan. Follow the course of the Shimadzu family over 800 years, and see how the international relations they forged led to the development of industrialization in modern Japan at the Shoko Shuseikan Museum.

The Shoko Shuseikan Museum and Sengan-en were recognized as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site related to Japan’s Meiji Industrial Revolution in 2015.
The oldest established centre in the area. Offering a fine selection from the eclectic stocks of more than 30 dealers, many of whom have been here for over 20 years, they are often complimented on both good quality and good pricing from pocket money to four figures. There is FREE parking and the chance to explore the rest of Snape Maltings with shops, restaurants, music and, of course, the views. Open every day from 10.00 am.
01728 688038
Online antique furniture dealer in London and Cambridgeshire, offering fine 18th and 19th century English, French, Dutch, Italian and Chinese antiques. Our stock is expertly selected for its historic context, fine condition and quality. For sale to clients throughout the UK and the world. Please visit our website where you will have the pleasure of seeing over 400 exceptional antiques and works of art.
02077330574
antiques@nicholaswells.com
Don't miss Salisbury’s Fisherton Mill Arts Complex: Award winning cafe/restaurant, perfect for coffee, scrummy homemade cakes, tasty, simple lunches; art gallery with simple, eclectic yet affordable art: working artist studios: a shop with distinctive, original gifts: Online Shop. All within a short stroll of the City or Railway Station. Orange Flags hang above the entrance.
01722 500200
Quintessentially English - historic buildings, links with Capability Brown and glorious countryside. Slightly exotic - flamboyant, and loud, peacocks wander the streets. And occasionally a film set - Ross Poldark brooded his way around here... The Wiltshire market town of Corsham is something of a hidden treasure.
towncouncil@corsham.gov.uk
At Moroccan Bazaar, we have full control & command of the entire manufacturing process, which enables us to produce examples of the finest handcrafted lighting and furniture possible.

Morocco has cultivated a rich mix of artisanal craft skills, passed down from Maalem to Craftsmen and from generation to generation. Over 70 years, the Bennani Family have built lasting relationships across Morocco where today we own, operate and partner with other workshops to offer our clients access to the finest possible Moroccan handcrafted furnishings all under one roof; that of Moroccan Bazaar. Our network across Morocco without doubt the most extensive and comprehensive, where at any given time, well over 1000 craftmen are working on producing our collections.

Traditionally, Morocco is a difficult terrain and landscape to navigate, and as British/Moroccan family with routes between Morocco, the United Kingdom and the rest of the world, our team are uniquely positioned to bridge the gap, and act as the gateway to Morocco’s rich authentic Moroccan interiors which the rest of the world demands.

As an established British company with its routes firmly spread throughout Morocco, our unique position where we understand both landscapes ensures our product ranges are crafted to the best standards to meet the strict demands of our clientele and the demands in the industries we cater to. Our Master craftsmen are experts within their respective fields and together with them as partners, the breadth of our manufacturing capabilities allow us to work across an extensive range of materials to produce exquisite and unique ranges of pieces be it for a home, a Hotel or a Royal Palace. Our Master craftsmen’s skills together with Moroccan Bazaar’s unfailing eye for design and what is in demand acts as the vehicle with which noble materials with the touch of our Maalams hands results in truly breath taking pieces of functional and beautiful furniture and spectacular light fittings.
TOWN MAPS / COUNTRY MAPS Award-winning artist and designer Lisa Hellier has a passion for mapping. Lisa welcomes commissions to map small towns, villages and country estates. Fine art prints are available of her maps, including Brecon, Hay-on-Wye and Cardigan. Lisa runs creative residential retreats from her barn in West Wales.
01239 891333
Remember the good old days, when an iron bed didn’t break or squeak? Well, one family in Norfolk is resurrecting the past, with iron bedsteads built to last a lifetime. With their own workshop on the royal estate of Sandringham, this family company is bringing quality back to the market, with a wide range of personal, tailor-made options. So the only compromise will be, who turns out the light?
01485 542516
showroom@wroughtironandbrassbed.co.uk
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