Worcester Flight Barr & Barr armorial plate made for the Nabob of Oude, circa 1815.

English Ceramics Circle To Exhibit at Major UK Antiques Fair

National Exhibition Centre
NEC
Birmingham, United Kingdom

The English Ceramics Circle will be mounting an exhibtion of rare and special pieces at this spring’s Antiques for Everyone at the NEC, Birmingham, from 6 - 9 April 2017.

The display will be titled “Ceramics through the Ages (1640-1970) presented by The English Ceramic Circle”. The Feature Display is a regular highlight at Antiques for Everyone and has provided the opportunity for many museums, specialist collections and individuals to add an extra dimension to this ever-popular fair. The focus on a single collecting area always increases interest from collectors and benefits many exhibitors through greater sales. The English Ceramics Circle is the oldest society dedicated to the study of British ceramics and enamels. Founded in 1927, it aims to advance knowledge by promoting and publishing new research on these subjects. (www.englishceramiccircle.org.uk).

Antiques for Everyone Antiques for Everyone is a hugely popular event that features specialist dealers from across the full range of the art and antiques market. The emphasis is not only on a vast range of collector’s pieces but also innovative 20th century design and unique, contemporary works of art. Described as one of the most varied and compelling fairs in the international calendar, the fair offers the widest spectrum of exhibits to be found at any comparable event. The fair enjoys a very broad appeal with exhibitors in two sections providing items for sale from less than £20 for pieces like early folk art, to more than £20,000 for fine 18th and 19th century paintings and sculpture.

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