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 Antiques Fair in the South, attracting buyers and sellers from across the UK.
As the Fair (and carpark) are busiest in the mornings, we recommend arriving around lunchtime or later to avoid the rush!
Open 10.30am - 5pm, Friday to Sunday.
The February Fair included:
Abbott Antiques, Art of the Imagination, Baron Fine Art,
Graham Bentley, Bottlebrook, Malcolm Bowdery,
Cantelo Antiques, Drove House, Emma Duveen,
Eastdale Antiques, John Ebdon, Julia Harrington,
Hickmet Fine Arts, Candice Horley, Jupiter Antiques,
Sue Killinger, Lakes Boxes, S & A Marsh,
Melody's Antiques, Elizabeth Nicolson, Not wanted on Voyage,
Opus Antiques, Petersfield Bookshop Plaza,
Reclaim Magazine T. Robert Schredds.
Shapiro & Co, Thomas Glover, J Vereker,
Mark West Glass Wilsons Antiques.
Sadly Sue Killinger is retiring from Petersfield at the end of this fair, and concentrating on London Fairs, which are easier for her to reach from home. We will sorely miss her, as one of our very longest-standing exhibitors!