£10 at the door - free re-admission with programme.
Or print your own complimentary ticket from this site.
Welcome to the third Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair
Following two successful years in Petworth Park, we are delighted to return for our third event in May 2017. The famous National Trust property in the picturesque market town of Petworth has proven an ideal venue, attracting thousands of eager visitors, and The Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair now has close to 50 exhibitors, predominantly members of BADA and LAPADA The Association of Art & Antiques Dealers. The fair will offer a cornucopia of fine treasures from furniture, jewellery, sculpture, glass, lighting, watches and silver to paintings, drawings, ceramics, clocks, Tunbridge ware, antiquities and many other decorative and unique works of art. Contemporary sculpture is displayed in the park.
The fair has its own free car park by the marquee - access is from the A272 Tillington Road through the gate at New Lodges. The AA signs will direct traffic to this entrance and not to the main car park on the A283, where there is a charge of £4 for non-National Trust members.
A courtesy shuttle bus will operate between the fair car park and the town centre (top of Pound Street car park) between 11 am and 6 pm daily during the fair.
We are most grateful to Petworth House and the National Trust for inviting us back in 2017. We are excited to work with them and also with the Petworth Antiques And Decorative Arts association and The Petworth Business Association, and look forward to building a thoroughly attractive event for visitors from far and wide. The grand 17th century mansion boasts an internationally important art collection, and together with its 'Capability' Brown landscaped country park, it provides a magnificent backdrop for our annual fair.
Fair visitors enjoy free access to Petworth House during the three day event. National Trust members and Petworth House ticket holders may visit the fair free of charge.
Refreshments are available in the marquee.
For local information, including details of hotels, restaurants and things to do, please visit www.discoverpetworth.org
The fair will be held in a purpose built marquee in the grounds of Petworth House, overlooking the Upper Pond. Access for vehicles is from the A272 Tillington Road through the gate at New Lodges.
Exhibitors are primarily drawn from BADA and LAPADA and the fair features both local dealers and specialists based further afield. The event is vetted for quality and correct attribution.
The marquee has space for close to 50 stand units, constructed in 8 ft high black panels. A restaurant, public conveniences and storage areas are provided in the fair. Ample free parking is available close to the entrance, and a courtesy shuttle operates between the fair and the town centre.
List of exhibitors 2017
|Amherst Antiques||Specialist in fine antique Tunbridgeware|
|Anderson Rowntree Solicitors||Providing legal services in West Sussex since 1850|
|Ashleigh House Fine Art||Fine 18th to 20th century oil paintings|
|Baron Fine Art||Fine quality oil paintings, watercolours and etchings|
|J H Bourdon-Smith Ltd||Fine quality 17th to 20th century silver|
|Augustus Brandt||Timeless antiques and works of art|
|Sue Brown||Rare and interesting antique jewellery|
|Cambridge Fine Art||Fine quality 18th to 20th century British and Continental paintings|
|Lucy B Campbell Gallery||British and international contemporary art|
|The Canon Gallery||Victorian and modern British and European paintings|
|Sarah Colegrave Fine Art||19th & 20th century paintings, drawings and watercolours|
|William Cook||Fine quality period furniture and works of art|
|Penny Corah & Rosie Manning||Fine quality pearls and period jewellery|
|Guy Dennler Antiques & Interiors||Fine 18th and 19th century furniture and works of art|
|Duveen Art & Antiques||Specialising in porcelain, pictures and objets d'art|
|Elford Fine Art||Fine paintings, watercolours and contemporary art|
|Fashion Fandango||Vintage couture|
|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|
|The Jerram Gallery||British contemporary paintings and sculpture|
|Jupiter Antiques||Fine quality English porcelain|
|Stephen Kalms Antiques||Fine English and Continental silver|
|Jonathan Knight Sculpture||Leading wildlife and equestrian sculptor|
|Hugh Leuchars||Decorative furniture and works of art|
|Marais Fine Arts||20th and 21st century modern and contemporary British and South African original fine art|
|Markov||Fine jewellery, decorative and applied arts|
|Melody Antiques||Purveyors of seriously good antiques|
|Merville Galleries||20th century and contemporary paintings, sculpture and drawings|
|Kaye Michie Fine Art||Watercolours, drawings and illustrations circa 1860-1980|
|Midwinter Antiques||17th-19th century oak and mahogany furniture, mirrors, textiles, clocks and decorative items|
|Moncrieff-Bray Gallery||Contemporary paintings and sculpture|
|Morgan Strickland Decorative Arts||Specialists in Art Nouveau, Arts & Crafts, Aesthetic Movement, Art Deco and 20th century design|
|Stephen Morris||Packing & shipping services|
|Richard Ogden Ltd||Fine quality jewellery|
|Olde Time||Fine antique clocks and barometers|
|Ottocento||Fine art from Old Masters to 20th century, including posters|
|PAADA||The Petworth Antiques And Decorative Arts association|
|The Parker Gallery||Dealers and agents in Old Master & British paintings|
|Petworth Antiques Market||Select art and objects spanning the centuries|
|Richard Price||Antiquarian horologists|
|Ptarmigan Antiques||Period furniture, paintings and works of art|
|T Robert||Antique jewellery, early rare silver and objets d'art|
|Rountree Tryon Galleries||Specialising in sporting, maritime and wild life paintings|
|Tim Saltwell||Fine 19th century English and Continental furniture and works of art|
|Shapiro & Co||Interesting and unusual jewellery, silver and objets d'art, including Arts & Crafts|
|David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation||Registered Charity No. 1106893|
|Timewise||Antique and vintage watches|
|Walton House Antiques||Fine quality antique furniture, clocks and works of art|
|Mark J West||18th to early 20th century English and Continental glass|
|Wilsons Antiques||18th, 19th and early 20th century British antique furniture and fine art|
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A stately mansion nestled in the South Downs housing the finest art collection in the care of the National Trust.
- By train
- Pulborough 5¼ miles - No. 1 Stagecoach bus service between Worthing and Midhurst passes Pulborough train station.
- By bus
- No. 1 Stagecoach service between Worthing and Midhurst (passes Pulborough train station), No. 75 Compass service from Horsham to Petworth and No. 99 Compass service from Chichester to Petworth. Alight in Petworth town centre and then follow brown signs to entrance. Please note these bus services do not run on Sundays or bank holidays (There is a limited No. 99a Compass service from Chichester to Petworth on Sundays).
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