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ANTIQUES for Everyone will offer an inspirational range of vetted art and antiques in Halls 17-19 at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, from July 25-28.

Author and TV expert Judith Miller from Millers Antiques Price Guides, a regular speaker and exhibitor at the NEC antiques fairs, said: "With hundreds of specialist dealers from across the country, and exhibits on sale from PS100,000 to less than PS10, there really is something for everyone.

"It's a fantastic time to buy, prices are reasonable and there's always a great selection of things."

Admission is PS15 including car parking (PS12 in advance from the box office tel: 0844 5810827) but readers will get two tickets for the price of one on production of a copy of this newspaper.


A three drawer ebony veneered trinket cabinet with floral mosaic panels, by Thomas Barton, circa 1870, price: PS1,500. Above, a tea caddy with large perspective cube decoration, circa 1830, price:PS1,300.

A fitted dressing case with a view of Windsor Castle, attributed to George Wise Snr., circa 1840, price: PS4,500. Right, an inkstand with floral mosaic decoration, circa 1870 PS400, price: PS500. All Tunbridgeware images supplied by Dianne Brick, of Amherst Antiques, Kent, who will at the NEC fair showing these and many other Tunbridgeware pieces.
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Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Date:Jul 20, 2013
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