Loseley Park - Homes & Antiques' July Fair Of The Month

Home And Antiques Fair Of The Month 2015

The lovely people from Homes & Antiques Magazine came and visited our first Loseley Park Decorative Home & Salvage Show last year and were smitten enough to make it this year’s July Fair Of The Month - needless to say, we’re delighted. 

Like H&A, we value quality, beauty and history in the things we showcase and this is where antiques shine brightest. Of course antiques come in a wide variety of forms and one can be equally dazzled by a lovingly preserved 18th century armoire, a gloriously decayed Swedish villa shutter, a collection of salvaged stained-glass or a stack of old cinema chairs. It's all about personal taste. At our Loseley Park show (July 17th - 19th) you'll find all of the above and more. In fact, you will find around one hundred traders from all over Europe exhibiting the best in decorative and architectural antiques, reclaimed and salvaged materials, garden furniture and statuary, restored and up-cycled furniture, period home fixtures and fittings, furnishings and industrial pieces. 

On H&A’s front cover this month it leads you to a feature ‘The affordable way to own a Picasso’, we can’t promise you that a Picasso will turn up at the show but we can promise you that we’ll be offering up all the inspiration you need to create a beautiful and unique living space - your own rich oil painting of sorts.

Show Information

Location

Loseley Park is South of Guildford and 30 miles South West of London, situated on the B3000. The postcode is GU3 1HS

Show Date

Friday 17th - Sunday 19th July 2015

Friday Trade Preview: 12 noon - 5:00pm

Free of Charge* for all registered attendees, £10 per person for all non-registered attendees

Register here for your Friday Trade Preview Tickets

*Registration is essential in order to attend the Friday Trade Preview Free of Charge

Saturday & Sunday: 10:00am – 5:00pm, last admission is 4pm on Sunday

£5 per person, per day

Accompanied under 16s are admitted free

Management reserve the right to refuse admission on the door without reason.