There really is no other antiques event like Newark. It is a vast vintage extravaganza, offering every conceivable type of antique goods. Even after 26 years it remains the crown jewel of the antique fairs calendar.
(PRWEB UK) 25 January 2012
Patricia Schultz’s 1,000 Places to See Before You Die, will be re-launched on the 1st February, and the Newark antiques event has retained its position in the second edition of the New York Times bestseller.
“We – and the antiques industry – have always known that the Newark fair is a special event”, commented Emma Last, Communications Manager for International Antiques & Collectors Fairs Ltd (IACF), who organise the Nottinghamshire fair. “But an endorsement of its appeal – within the world’s best selling travel book no less! – is a fantastic acknowledgement of the events global attraction.
“There really is no other antiques event like Newark. It is a vast vintage extravaganza, offering every conceivable type of antique goods. Even after 26 years it remains the crown jewel of the antique fairs calendar.”
The Newark International Antiques & Collectors Fair continues to attract dealers, collectors, professional stylists and interior enthusiasts each time it takes place. With bi-monthly outings from February at the Newark and Nottinghamshire Showground, the organisers hope the re-launch of 1,000 Places to See Before You Die, will encourage further visitors to discover the appeal of the mammoth antiques event.
“We hope antique lovers and interior aficionados around the globe will read about Newark in Patricia Schultz’s book and want to ‘tick’ the event off their own lists of ‘must sees’ “ said Emma, “We’re confident that once they’ve experienced this haven of antique inspiration, they’ll want to come time and time again!”
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