Monday, October 08, 2007

Autumn Decorative Antiques Fair

Battersea Park, London UK

Above: Various pieces on Alex Puddy's stand for Architectural Heritage

The Autumn Decorative Antiques Fair 2-7 October 2007, continued to grow with 135 exhibitors drawn from across the UK and Europe. It was the largest ever held at the marquee in Battersea park London. It aimed to provide inspiration of how 'old and new can blend together as a background for modern living.'

The range of stock was enormously varied and displayed in a stylish but informal way. Particular highlights included Salvo code dealer Architectural Heritage which showcased an array of garden ornaments, fountains, sculptures and Garden Antiques offering a range of garden ornaments, including statuary, urns, finials, sundials, fountains, bird baths seating and other architectural items.

The fair takes place three times a year the 23-28 January, April 24-29 and October 2-7 at the marquee in Battersea park

Above:Architectural Heritage stand at the fair

Above:Damian Sherlock's stand for Garden Antiques UK Ltd


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