Penman Fairs: Petersfield Antiques Fair Fair

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31 Aug - 2 Sept 2018
Then early February & September 2019

39 stands in the Festival Hall,  Heath Rd,
Petersfield, E Hampshire GU31 4EA

Friday to Sunday, 10.30am - 5pm

Established over 40 years ago in Petersfield's Festival Hall,
The quality of this fair has gradually lifted to a very high standard, whilst keeping its feet firmly on the ground. It is Unpretentious!

Prices start from about £20, rising to perhaps the very occasional special £10,000 piece. Petersfield Fair offers both exhibitors and visitors a welcoming friendly atmosphere, where like-minded dealers and collectors can enjoy doing business.

Almost all the exhibitors are regulars, so we can maintain high standards and a good balance of disciplines. Jewellery is particularly popular in Petersfield, so we usually have 5 jewellers. Competition for these slots is strong!

Petersfield Fair was established in 1973 by Eric Gamlin, and Penmans took over in 1999.  The fair is now perhaps the most consistently successful provincial Antiques Fair in the South, attracting buyers and sellers from across the UK.

Our usual brilliant "Cello Catering" are with us again, promising home-made Game Casserole to warm us up, alongside their usual sandwiches made to order and their delicious cakes.!

The February Fair  included 39 dealers, all detailed under the "Exhibitors" button at the top left of this page.  You will know most of them from previous fairs...

We were delighted to welcome new exhibitors to Petersfield:
Morgan Strickland with  a fine selection of arts & crafts, nouveau and deco pieces in a multitude of media, largely from the Continent.

Also new to Petersfield are Elizabeth Street Antiques, offering traditional genuine furniture & decorative accessories with a modern twist.

Returning for a second time is Roger Lamb, with his stylish blend of Georgian elegant furniture with  sets of prints. 

Also for a second time, we saw Jeroen Markies from Forest Row, showing lovely golden art Deco furniture and bronzes.

Another second showing: Jane Burgett of "Dansk Silver", with lovely silver jewelleery from the mid 20th century.

We anticipate the usual rush of visitors on Friday morning, which makes the carpark overflow! So please look at the map on your ticket (and under "Standplan" on this site), where you will see how to find alternative parking, at Waitrose or Tesco. Or, arrive after 12 noon when the rush is subsiding!