Bibury Antiques Fair will be held on April 5th, May 3rd, June 7th, July 5th, August 2nd, September 6th, October 4th, and November 1st being our final one for the year. We start at 10am, and close at 4pm.
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Ladies Longines amidst some lovely jewellery, marcasite lizard, and some great silver items. Continue reading
Hello again! As I was leaving Bibury last Sunday, I just managed to snap a quick photograph of a vintage bus, and here it is! Hope you approve, but if I had more time, would have been better image! Hope … Continue reading
Hello and Happy Friday Folks! Should you have time on Sunday 6th August, and happen to be close enough to visit us in Bibury, Gloucestershire, we will be on show from 10 in the morning, to 4 in the afternoon. … Continue reading
Morning Folks! Coffee time and oranges for morning munchies anyone? Remember these at the market, they should be on show at the next Bibury Antiques and collectors fair, on Sunday August 6th. They make excellent shelves for display, or kitchen … Continue reading
Hello folks! Thanks to all the people who came to the fair and especially for the signing in the visitors book! Here is the last post of the day! Signed by Robert. All the best Andy.
Morning Folks! Bibury Antiques Fair has just opened and the church bells are ringing wonderfully. Pop along to see us, we close at 4pm today. Here is another bell for sale too. Have a good weekend. Andy.
Hello all! Several years ago a brass wall sconce was bought, and has sat at home near the fire ever since. Last weekend, I made a few candles from scraps of beekeeping beeswax foundation, and here they are, sitting alight. … Continue reading
Here is a lost little soul looking for a friend! A chess piece was on sale recently, I think someone should have bought it for Fathers Day recently, but as far as I know he will be with us again … Continue reading
Well, many people wonder where I get inspiration from, as many of my comments are well, quick, (often irrelevant), or as some of us say……”Off the cuff!” Here are a pair of cuffs, the photograph taken last month at Bibury … Continue reading