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They will offer a selection of fine art, furniture, silver, porcelain, clocks, rugs and more. Initially established as a hospital, the venue first became a school in 1871 and was merged with its sister institution, George Watson’s Ladies’ College, in 1974.

Offerings at the fair are fully vetted and have a cut-off date restriction of 1970, with the exception of fine art and sculpture where no datelines apply.

Among the pieces on offer is a c.1900 Art Nouveau brass inkwell with a green Kralik drape design glass container which is available for £275 from the stand of Love Deco.

gallowayfairs.co.uk