Galloway Antiques Fairs

Galloway Antiques Fairs was established in 1995 and is run by Susan and Richard Galloway.

They organise antiques and fine art fairs held in stately homes across the UK and operate a dateline restriction of 1970 for antique items with exceptions for fine art and sculpture.


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Furniture highlight at Galloway Fairs’ North Yorkshire event

03 September 2018

A late 19th century kingwood and ormolu mounted jardinière, offered for £4995 by Mark Buckley Antiques of Ilkley, is among the pieces on show at Galloway Fairs’ next event at Duncombe Park.

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Mug shows trouble at the mill in 1878

13 August 2018

Riots broke out in Bury and Blackburn in May 1878 as cotton mill workers protested their low wages. The initially peaceful action escalated as employees attacked the factory and local constabulary, eventually looting and destroying the mill owner’s house.

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Daum winter vase in summer

23 July 2018

This Daum cameo and enamel vase decorated with a winter landscape from c.1900 is one of the pieces offered on the stand of Solo Antiques at the next Galloway Antiques Fair, where it is priced at £5950.

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Cheshire clock at Arley Hall Antiques and Fine Art Fair

07 May 2018

An eight-day longcase clock is a stand-out item of local interest at the upcoming Arley Hall Antiques and Fine Art Fair.

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Next Galloway Fair comes to Duncombe Park

09 April 2018

Duncombe Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair attracts dealers to the beautiful town of Helmsley, North Yorkshire, twice a year.

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Galloway Antiques Fair stages next event at Scone Palace

26 February 2018

Galloway Antiques Fair’s next event takes place at Scone Palace, the Georgian Gothic historic house near Perth in Scotland.

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Table set for second Cowdray

12 February 2018

Galloway Antiques Fairs returns for its second edition at the Midhurst stately home Cowdray House this year.

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Art Deco sculpture gets ahead at Galloway Fairs' Lancashire event

29 January 2018

Next up for Galloway Fairs is the 23rd fair at Stonyhurst College in Lancashire, from February 16-18.

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Galloway Antiques Fairs comes to Duncombe Park

18 September 2017

This c.1780 portrait of a young girl with a pet dog is among the pieces offered at the upcoming Galloway Antiques Fair at Duncombe Park.

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Galloway Antiques Fairs set for January kick off in Yorkshire

23 December 2016

Galloway Antiques Fairs holds its first event of the season on January 6-8 at the Old Swan Hotel in Harrogate, known for being the scene of Agatha Christie’s retreat during her 1926 disappearance. Here we show a number of objects likely to disappear from the Old Swan over the course of the weekend, but for less mysterious reasons…

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Galloway Antiques Fairs find two new venues for 2017

17 November 2016

Galloway Antiques Fairs have announced plans to hold fairs in two new locations in 2017.

Local trade out in force

29 September 2004

FOR the third year running, Harrogate-based Galloway Antiques Fairs hold their Gosforth Park Antiques Fair at Brandling House, Newcastle upon Tyne.

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Scots trade take their stand at Blair Castle

24 August 2004

DEFINITELY in the running for the accolade of busiest organiser is Harrogate-based Galloway Antiques Fairs who make one of their many annual forays North of the Border from September 10 to 12 for the Blair Castle Antiques Fair at Blair Atholl near Pitlochry in Perthshire.

Galloway keeping busy from the Border to the South

19 August 2004

FAIRS two weekends running at opposite ends of England make for a busy programme for the Harrogate organisers Galloway, beginning with their Naworth Castle Antiques Fair at Brampton, near Carlisle in Cumbria on August 20 to 22.

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Summer’s fair prospects, from idyllic England to Legoland

13 July 2004

SET in 200 acres of Surrey farmland, Cranleigh School is one of those ideal English settings for a high-summer fair, as Harrogate-based Galloway Fairs are well aware. They have been organising events at the famous public school for 11 years and their next Cranleigh School Antiques Fair will be held from July 23 to 25.

The castle re-occupied

29 June 2004

AFTER four years, from July 9 to 11, Harrogate-based Galloway Antiques Fairs return to Alnwick Castle, Northumberland to revive their Alnwick Castle Antiques Fair.

Galloway pick Scots’ stately favourite

20 May 2004

YORKSHIRE organisers Galloway Antiques Fairs make one of their many trips to Scotland this weekend for the Blair Castle Antiques Fair at Blair Atholl, Pitlochry, Perthshire.

The Old Swan Prepares a welcome for the regulars

22 April 2004

MAKING it even more of an antiquesfest than usual in Harrogate, running at the same time as Louise Walker’s fair (but closing one day earlier on May 2) is local organiser Galloway Antiques Fairs’ The Old Swan Hotel Antiques Fair in Swan Road. The hotel is just a short stroll from The International Centre.

Meanwhile, grass roots grow strong at an English stately home

16 March 2004

THESE are heady times for fairgoers, what with Maastricht, major events in New York and the BADA and Olympia in London. But life goes on, and thrives, nearer the all-important grass roots.

Naworth fair a rare opportunity

12 August 2003

NORTH Yorkshire-based organisers Galloway Antiques Fairs continue a busy summer from August 29 to 31 with their fair at Naworth Castle, Brampton in Cumbria. Space limits this event to just 28 dealers but they obviously do business as a good many of them have been with Naworth since the first in 1996.

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