The original Gunni Omann Model 4 rosewood cabinet from the 1960s is by the furniture manufacturing company Omann Jun Møbelfabrik, which was founded in the 1930s and made a variety of household furniture which now count as classic designs. The cabinet is priced at £650.
Plenty more options for home decoration are available at the fair, which runs from August 2-4 at Westonbirt School. Organised by Cooper Events, it offers a range of decorative pieces along with traditional antiques, art and jewellery.
Around 40 exhibitors attend, such as ceramics and porcelain dealer Brian Ashbee, vintage handbag and costume dealer Candice Horley and Granta Fine Art, brining objects ranging from under £20 to more than £20,000.
Those appearing for the first time include La Boheme Collectables with Czech art glass, 20th century Scandinavian design specialist Haresfur and ceramics dealer David Woodger.
This is the third of Cooper’s visits to the Cotswolds this year and the date is slightly earlier than usual due to a scheduling clash at its venue.