Well, Bibury Antiques Fair is having a break until the spring…….. BUT…….. Should people have time over the weekend of 23rd and 24th November, there’s an antiques fair on at The Holt Hotel, Steeple Aston, Oxfordshire. I’m bowled over, and going to be there again! Oh yes, and I’ll have this Sycamore Dairy Bowl with me, and I think it’s got a good colour and patina, but I’ll have to let you decide if you agree! This bowl is about 12″ in diameter, and 3 1/2″ high. Here it is….. The link for the Holt event is http://www.antiques-at-the-holt.co.uk/ Maybe see you there, and if I remember rightly, the steak sandwiches are very nice there too!
Just thought I’d slip a quick post in today, and remind people that the Bibury Antiques Fair returns on April 7th 2019.
I’m looking forward to getting back to the Village Hall and having an enjoyable day with people, and to get a few more places into the visitors book.
Meanwhile if anyone wants to learn about Gillows Furniture from Lancaster, my home City, then here is a set of good modern reference books, which are for sale shout if you are interested, as they are a keen price and these are for sale, at around half their official listing price!
Have a good weekend, won’t be long and I hope the sledge runners get polished if anyone happens to be near snow and have a sledge!
All the best for now, Andy.
Our last fair of the year in Bibury will be held on Sunday November 4th.
Here’s a photo of one of our stalls from last month, and there are similar areas offering jewellery, glass, brass, pictures, furniture and more once inside the hall. We open at 10am, and refreshments are available from about 1130 am until 330 pm.
Pop in and say hi, I’ll be there!
Just a quick photograph of an oak longcase dial taken as I was adjusting the time, so an hours extra time as many people say, however as its sunny, I’m off to have a short walk in the sunshine, kicking leaves off the paths, just like schooldays!
It’s quite likely that I’ll be taking this clock to Bibury, so if you’re interested just nudge me and I’ll make sure it’s there. The dial signed Geo Jackson, Gainsbro. A nice 30 hour movement with good sounding bell!
Our last fair this year in Bibury is on November 4th, between 10am and 4pm. Maybe see you there?
Just a little photograph of what may be drawing closer next month.
Well, there are new stallholders with us, and as yet I haven’t got any photographs of their stock, so here is a set of drawing instruments I photographed last month, fabulous value!
Here they are!
Hello! Here is a photograph of the river and The Swan Hotel in Bibury, and behind me the river runs next to the road and goes past The Village Hall, where Bibury Antiques Fair will be on show on Sunday April 1st! Please call in and peruse the lovely show we will have. Maybe a late Easter present for a friend could be found? There will be several Classic Cars on their way for coffee just down the road too, follow one and see where it goes! Happy motoring!
Hello, I have just found a photograph of a stall from last April, and here it is.
Hello again everyone!
The antiques fair at The Holt Hotel continues on Sunday 26th, here is a little more of my stall, and there are many others too!
See http://www.antiques-at-the-holt.co.uk/ for details.
Maybe see you there?
This weekend is “Fireworks weekend” and on Sunday when the smoke hangs in the early morning misty air, we will be on show at Bibury Antiques Fair in the Village Hall.
We open at 10am and close at 4pm, this is our last event this year, we return in the spring, on March 4th. This website will remain active with a few items for sale so please keep in touch, I hope you will enjoy what I can offer.
Hello again. Well, yes, Halloween time is here soon, and we are getting ready to put on a great show for visitors this Sunday, November 5th.
We have a great line up, so if you have the chance, call in to view and maybe buy too! This will be our final show this year, as we will be having a break, to return in March!
I haven’t got a spare coffin for halloween, but this Mahogany Cellerette is at least Sarcophagus shape, and is for sale, with a liner inside with six divisions!
Have a good week and hope to see you soon! Bye for now, Andy.
Been a while since I bought this plane, and now that it’s all clean and sharpened, I had great pleasure using it yesterday.
So, if anyone has any old tools still in their sheds, or workshops which have been long abandoned, I may well be interested in looking at them to see if some can be brought back into use, after all, this one looks as though it could be easily around 150 years old, (most likely more!) and now will be in regular use.
Hope you like it!