A treasure trove of delights is coming to Shepton

By Zara Rowe

1st Mar 2023 | Local Features

Shepton Mallet - Get ready to dig up some gems at the Shepton Mallet Antiques and Collectors Fair, back in town from the 17th to the 19th of March 2023!

With over 600 stands spread across three halls, this fair promises to be a feast for the senses, offering something for everyone, from seasoned collectors to those seeking quirky furniture pieces.

If you're a lover of antiques, you're in for a treat! Discover Chinese porcelain and pottery dating back as early as the pre-16th century. You'll also find thousands of antique silver pieces for the silver collectors, including sought-after silver inkwells from renowned silver makers like Walker & Hall Sheffield, Arthur Fenwick, Paul Storr, Hester Bateman, and Paul de Lamerie.

But the Shepton Mallet Antiques and Collectors Fair isn't just for antique enthusiasts. For fashionistas, it's time to embrace the vintage vibes and dust off your flares. With a spectacular range of vintage clothing on offer, you'll find everything from vintage watches to designer bargains.

A regular attendee of the fair said, "I've been coming to the Shepton Mallet fair for years, and I always find something special. It's like going on a mini adventure - you never know what you're going to find!"

So, mark your calendar for the 17th to the 19th of March 2023, and unleash your inner Indiana Jones at the Shepton Mallet Antiques and Collectors Fair. Who knows what treasures you might uncover?

For more information, visit https://www.iacf.co.uk/shepton-mallet/#event-info


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