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Penman Antiques Fairs Exhibitor List

Exhibitors are listed alphabetically

These are the dealers who regularly show at Penman Fairs, and those who show at Penman fairs occasionally.

"B" beside the name = member of British Antique Dealers Association – BADA (www.bada.org)
"L" beside the name = member of The Association of Art & Antiques Dealers - LAPADA (www.lapada.org)
"C" beside the name = member of the Cotswolds Antique dealers association – CADA (www.cotswolds-antiques-art.com)

Click the first letter of the Business Name or Surname of the Dealer:

A - D E - H I - L M - P Q - T U - Z

WALTER LINDNER (1936-2007)     
Simon Hearnden
By appointment, Oxford.
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T: 07850 656856

E: simon@berlinwalls.co.uk
W: www.berlinwalls.co.uk

Lindner's work includes monotypes (embellished mixed media mono prints), eclectic in nature and style, including the subtle addition of gold foil highlights in many of his works. Image: An original monotype with pen and wash, embellished with gold leaf, 1997. 33cms x 34cms.



MARK J. WEST     B   L   
Mark West
P O Box 595, Redhill Surrey
RH1 3XB

T: 01737 643646
M: 07956 117693

E: westglass@aol.com
W: www.markwest-glass.com

20th century collectors art glass and Art Deco glass of English and European origin. Also Ancient pots. Image: Stuart peacockware vase made for Liberty London c.1905



WILLFORD Japanese Art     
Robert Willford
c/o RWMA Ltd, Business Centre, Foxhunter Drive, Milton Keynes.
MK14 6GD

T: 07534 423803

E: robert@willford-ja.co.uk
W: www.willford-ja.co.uk

Netsuke and Japanese Lacquer Art.


WILSONS ANTIQUES     L   
Frank Wilson
By appointment, W Sussex, and at Fairs
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T: 07778-813395

E: frank@wilsonsantiques.com
W: www.wilsonsantiques.com

19th and early 20th Century good English furniture and fine art. Image: Mahogany canterbury, c 1810