Tag Archives: The National Trust

A Delft Shelf Elf?

Hello all! I’m hoping that the weather today will be kind on us and the autumn tourists around Bibury. Many will know we have a visitors book, and it’s great when people sign it, really I’m interested in their town … Continue reading

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A Fuschia Sale?

Hello all! Here I’m showing a photo taken a while ago, (the fuschia is the flower in the background),  but oddly enough all the items are still for sale, and thought it about time I showed them off!  Oak, Yew … Continue reading

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Lion or Fo?

Hello again. Our next event will be this Sunday, September 2nd, and we will be on show from 10am, pop in and see us. One new standholder tomus will be bringing a selection of Staffordshire Pottery, also, as often is … Continue reading

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A little bit of Staffordshire comes to Gloucestershire!

Hello again! I am pleased to say that we have Lawrence Bunn joining us for our September 2nd Bibury Antiques Fair. Lawrence is a dealer and collector of Staffordshire, and this will be his first fair with us in Bibury. … Continue reading

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“Little Reading” perhaps?

Hello all.  I’m pleased to say that looking into the future, I can see the next fair at Bibury Village Hall is full again! Pop along on 2nd September to see us, we open at 10am and close at 4pm. … Continue reading

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Tilt Top Table, Plum Pudding? In this heat!

Hello all! Yes, here I have a mahogany tilt top table for sale, some would call it “Plum Pudding” well, sorry, just to warm to think of those! So here it is…… Call for viewing, or pop in on Sunday … Continue reading

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Calling All!

Hello, and as the harvest season and the warm weather seems to conitinue, some people in the country will remember seeing Corncrake becoming exposed as their shelter becomes our food when the fields are harvested. Years ago, it was a … Continue reading

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