CADA

When it was formed in 1978, The Cotswolds Art & Antique Dealers' Association was the first solely regional dealers’ association of its kind.

As well as representing members of the trade in its region, CADA also organises an annual fair taking place at Blenheim Palace in the spring.


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CADA fair faces uncertain future as works on Blenheim Palace venue are announced

26 March 2019

Details of next year’s Cotswolds Art & Antiques Dealers’ Association (CADA) fair are uncertain as works on its historic venue, Blenheim Palace, have been announced.

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CADA fair embraces date change

11 March 2019

Delight as the Cotswolds association’s event successfully switches from April to February.

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Furniture takes centre stage at annual Cotswolds event

14 February 2019

A William and Mary period oyster veneered laburnum and chest of drawers is among the huge selection of furniture on offer in the Cotswolds next week.

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The CADA face of the fair

11 February 2019

Every year, a female portrait is chosen as the ‘Face of the Fair’ at CADA (see main story for fair details).

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Chinese Year of the Pig provides theme for Cotswolds trade association fair

11 February 2019

English pottery specialist John Howard is among the many dealers featuring pig-related pieces at the next Cotswolds Art and Antiques Dealers’ Association (CADA) Fair.

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Party at the palace

14 May 2018

The Cotswolds Art and Antiques’ Dealers Association celebrated its 40th anniversary at its annual Blenheim Palace fair last month.

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CADA antiques dealers celebrate ruby anniversary with Blenheim Palace fair

09 April 2018

Ruby is the theme at fair held in grand venue as trade body marks its 40th birthday milestone.

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Ida John stars as face of CADA Fair at Blenheim Palace

09 April 2018

Sir William Rothenstein’s portrait of Ida John née Nettleship has been named ‘the face of the fair’ for the seventh edition of the CADA fair from April 19-22.

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CADA return to Blenheim

13 July 2012

Following the successful inaugural fair at the venue earlier this year, the Cotswold Art & Antique Dealers’ Association have finalised a date for the second ‘CADA Antique and Art Fair’ at Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, next year.

Schotton ups his game

29 September 2004

AT a time when many dealers are scaling down and reducing costs, Burford sporting antiques specialist, Manfred Schotten, is opening his new trade warehouse to coincide with his Old Sport. Here's Sport Indeed exhibition as part of the CADA autumn selling exhibition which runs from October 9-23.

CADA promote new seats of learning

15 April 2004

FURNITURE historian Bill Cotton and the Cotswold Antique Dealers Association (CADA) are among those participating in Chairs 2004, the first international chairmakers’ symposium. The new event will be held at the National Arboretum at Westonbirt, Tetbury from May 1-3.

Keeping the thin red line steady in the buff

02 October 2003

REGIONAL dealers’ associations have become an integral part of the British trade over the past couple of decades and the first of them, the one that set the mould for all the others, the Cotswolds Antique Dealers Association this year celebrates its 25th anniversary.

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