Asian Art Features at Westonbirt’s Winter Decorative Antiques Fair

Posted on 14th November, 2019


Westonbirt School, Westonbirt, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, GL8 6QG

3 – 5 January 2020

Asian art and antiques will be a major attraction at The Cotswolds Decorative, Antiques & Art Fair at Westonbirt School, near Tetbury, Gloucestershire from 3 – 5 January 2020.

Exhibitor Andy Lambert  trades as Fu Ts’ang Lung Oriental Antiques and will be showing a range of artifacts, art and collectables acquired during his travels in China and Tibet. Many have religious theme, others are decorative items, useful household pieces and works of art. As Andy will explain, the interest in Asian art is currently very high as more pieces emerge from the region and collectors and decorators begin to appreciate their appeal.

Also specializing in Asian art will be Paul Burnett of Paul Burnett Antiques & Interiors. Among decorative pieces, Paul also shows rare Chinese earthenware and pottery figures of horses, camels and tomb attendants. Amelie & Melanie Caswell from Bristol specialize in smaller Japanese collectables including carvings and jewellery.

Featuring art and antiques specialists from across the UK, this popular winter fair is the place to buy everything from the most traditional antique pieces to the latest in decorative chic style.

Says organiser Sue Ede: ‘This is where people come to decorate and furnish their homes in their own personal style. The fair offers a special mix of decorative antique and 20th century pieces with fine art, collector’s pieces and personal items such as jewellery, silver, watches and vintage fashion.’

Cotswolds Decorative, Antiques & Art Fair takes place in the atmospheric setting of Westonbirt House, now a prestigious school, occupying the Great Hall, Orangery and adjoining rooms. Stylish antiques, superb paintings, decorative delights and all kinds of rare and unusual antique treasures go on sale with prices from less than £20 to more than £20,000. Approximately 40 dealers offer plenty of choice for interior designers and the seasoned and first-time collectors. In addition, there is a range of exquisite personal gifts including antique jewellery, watches, mid-20th century designer jewellery and accessories.

For the full press release see The Cotswolds Decorative, Antiques and Art Fair 3-5 Jan 2019

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