From Welsh Pottery to Woollen Blankets, Chinese Bronzes to Retro Pieces, Fair Offers Extensive and Eclectic Antiques

Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales), March 29, 2008 | Go to article overview

From Welsh Pottery to Woollen Blankets, Chinese Bronzes to Retro Pieces, Fair Offers Extensive and Eclectic Antiques


CARMARTHEN has established itself as a town renowned for staging quality antiques fairs, and there's going to be a quality one there today as Derwen Fairs are at Queen Elizabeth High School in Johnstown.

This well-established fair has been held in Carmarthen for almost 10 years and has built up a reputation for providing the public with quality antiques in a friendly and welcoming environment.

There will be two halls brim full with more than 50 stands showing off a variety of themes from ancient Chinese to the retro '60s and country farmhouse.

There will be a strong representation of Welsh pottery and related items at the fair.

David Jones will again be showing off his extensive collection of fine quality sponge ware, some early Pratt ware, a collection of rare Chinese bronzes and porcelain and an impressive collection of Scottish pottery.

Also look out for an abundance of Welsh pottery ranging from Swansea, Glamorgan, YMP, Llanelli and the increasingly popular Ewenny, with rare prices not fetching over four figures.

Glynda Speed will again have a stand at the fair and will be displaying her extensive collection of early Welsh pottery.

On display will be an impressivemid19thCenturypuce transfer printed Llanelly pottery jug, which commemorates the death of Prince Albert. …

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