£10 at the door - free re-admission with programme.
Or print your own complimentary ticket from this site.
We are very happy to again work with The National Trust at Petworth House as well as with the local dealer association PAADA and the Petworth Business Association, creating yet another exciting event. The grand 17th century house boasts an internationally important art collection, and together with its 'Capability' Brown landscaped country park, it provides a magnificent backdrop for our annual fair.
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. Disabled parking close to the fair entrance. The pedestrian entrance is via the Cricket Lodge gate, also on the A272, or via the Cowyard.
Fair visitors enjoy free access to Petworth House during the three day event. National Trust members and Petworth House ticket holders may attend the antiques fair free of charge.
Light refreshments are available in the restaurant inside the fair, operated by The Naked Food Company.
Dogs that can be carried and guide/assistance dogs are welcome.
For local information, including details of hotels, restaurants and things to do, please visit Discover Petworth.
The fair is 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 The British Antique Dealers' Association and LAPADA The Association of Art & Antiques Dealers 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 60 stand units. Catering is on offer within the fair and public conveniences are provided close to the marquee. Ample free parking is available in the park, near the fair entrance.
|A||John Adams Fine Art||British and French 20th century paintings, drawings and watercolours|
|Antiquated & Petworth Antiques Market||Decorative antiques|
|The Antique Enamel Company||English and Continental enamels, Viennese enamels, gold and enamel snuff boxes, rare perfume bottles and automation boxes from the 1700s to the 1920s|
|B||BEAR Petworth||Mid century modern and antique furniture and works of art|
|Blackbrook Gallery||Specialists in 19th century animal paintings|
|Lesley Blackford Antiques||Country furniture, silver, objets d'art and decorative items|
|J H Bourdon-Smith Ltd||Fine quality 17th to 20th century silver|
|Augustus Brandt||Timeless antiques and works of art|
|Brilliant Gin||Artisan London Dry Gin|
|David Brooker Fine Art||English and European 17th-19th century oil paintings, watercolours and prints, small furniture and objects|
|Mark Buckley Antiques||Fine Victorian and Edwardian furniture and works of art|
|Burlington||Fine 19th and 20th century British and European paintings|
|C||Cambridge Fine Art||Fine quality 18th to 20th century British and Continental paintings|
|Lucy B Campbell Gallery||British and international contemporary art|
|Christopher Clarke (Antiques) Ltd||Dealers in campaign furniture and travel items|
|Sarah Colegrave Fine Art||19th & 20th century paintings, drawings and watercolours|
|William Cook||Fine quality antique furniture, decorative objects and works of art|
|D||Dansk Silver by Jane Burgett||Specialising in Georg Jensen and other Scandinavian silver jewellery|
|Diamonds4you||Fine quality antique and vintage jewellery|
|Drove House Antiques||Specialising in antique Chinese porcelain, Chinese ceramics and works of art. Also Parian figures and busts|
|E||Elford Fine Art||Fine paintings, watercolours and contemporary art|
|Ellis Fine Art||Late 18th to early 20th century oil paintings and country furniture|
|F||Fileman Antiques||Fine antique lighting and glass|
|Freshfords Fine Antiques||Fine 18th and 19th century furniture, specialising in the Regency period|
|G||Garret & Hurst Sculpture||Bronzes and sculpture by the Master sculptors of the 19th century. Featuring contemporary works by Margot Homan and Robert Glen|
|Gladwell & Patterson||Experts in fine art since 1746|
|Glanvilles Anderson Rowntree Solicitors||Providing legal services in West Sussex since 1850|
|Mark Goodger||Fine tea caddies, antique boxes and accessories|
|Greenstein Antiques||Fine diamond jewellery|
|Gråsilver||An exclusive range of rare modernist Scandinavian jewellery|
|H||Hatchwell Antiques||Aeronautical, 20th century, optics and classical|
|Haynes Fine Art||Dealers in quality 16th to 20th century paintings in London and the Cotswolds|
|Hickmet Fine Arts||Fine Art Nouveau and Art Deco sculpture and glass|
|The Hunt Gallery||Original oil paintings by Michael John Hunt|
|J||Jacksons Antique||16th-20th century rare objects|
|K||Stephen Kalms Antiques||Fine English and Continental silver|
|Kingham Curios||Garden antiques|
|Kirker Holidays||For discerning travellers|
|M||Jeroen Markies Art Deco||Specialists in Art Deco furniture and decorative objects|
|Markov||Fine jewellery, decorative and applied arts|
|Kaye Michie Fine Art||Watercolours, drawings and illustrations circa 1860-1980|
|James Miles Ltd||Decorative and applied arts from 1860 to the present day|
|Freya Mitton||20th century British art|
|Millington Adams||Fine quality period furniture, clocks and paintings|
|M & D Moir||Art Nouveau and Art Deco glass by the great makers|
|Morgan Strickland Decorative Arts||Specialists in Art Nouveau, Arts & Crafts, Aesthetic Movement, Art Deco and 20th century design|
|Andrew Muir||Clarice Cliff, Moorcroft and other 20th century ceramics|
|O||Olde Time||Fine antique clocks and barometers|
|Ottocento||Fine art from Old Masters to 20th century, including posters|
|P||Richard Price||Antiquarian horologists|
|Ptarmigan Antiques||Period furniture, paintings and works of art|
|R||T Robert||Antique jewellery, early rare silver and objets d'art|
|Tom Rooth||Hand made limited edition ceramics and British and European art from the 18th century to the present day|
|Rountree Tryon Galleries||Specialising in sporting, maritime and wildlife paintings|
|S||Santos London||Dealer in fine quality Chinese porcelain|
|Shapiro & Co||Interesting and unusual jewellery, silver and objets d'art, including Arts & Crafts|
|Something Different||Small pieces of period furniture, portraits and works of art|
|Thomas Spencer Fine Art||Specialising in 20th century and contemporary British art|
|Michael St. John||19th and 20th century watercolours|
|The Swan Gallery||Antique maps and prints, Victorian and Edwardian watercolours, drawings and oil paintings|
|T||Timewise Vintage Watches||Antique and vintage wrist and pocket watches|
|S & S Timms Antiques Ltd||Fine 18th and 19th century furniture and works of art|
|W||W. Shanshan||Early Asian pottery and sculpture|
|Walton House Antiques||Fine quality antique furniture, clocks and works of art|
|Mark J West||18th, 19th and early 20th century English and Continental table glass|
Petworth House and Park
West Sussex GU28 0QY
A stately mansion nestled in the South Downs housing the finest art collection in the care of the National Trust.
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