The selection of c.1910 pieces includes a vase decorated with a woodland landscape, which is available for £3500.
Organised by Galloway Antiques Fairs, the event has been running for 25 years and features pieces ranging in price from £25-25,000. It follows Galloway’s last event at Tatton Park in Cheshire in January, where sales were reportedly strong in paintings and furniture.
Among the 30 exhibitors standing at the event are local dealer Lancaster House Antiques, offering clocks and furniture, as well as Plumb’s Fine Art, Melody Antiques and J Dickinson.
Catering is provided by the college. Visitors are free to visit the grounds.