Formidable fair

Formidable fair

One of the biggest antiques fairs Carmarthenshire has ever seen is at the National Botanic Garden of Wales this weekend (October 5-6).

There will be a huge range of stalls in the stunning surrounds of the Great Glasshouse, the regency splendour of Principality House and in the Garden marquee; and there will be some rare Nantgarw porcelain on display.

Antiques are proving very popular at the Garden with one recent weekend event clocking up a mammoth 6,800 visitors over the two days.

Organiser Brita Rogers, of Derwen Antiques, said: “The fair will feature more than 50 stalls showcasing Welsh areas of collecting including pottery, jewellery, art and furniture. There will also be paintings and textiles – with a range of Welsh blankets on display.”

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Brita is promising a wonderful spectacle with a huge array of styles and themes – from ancient Chinese, retro 60s and country farmhouse.

The Antiques Fair runs from 10am until 4.30pm on Saturday October 5 and Sunday October 6. Admission to the Garden is £4.

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