The Scone Palace Antiques & Fine Art Fair
March 1 - March 3£6
Friday 1st March 2019 open 10.30am – 5.00pm
Saturday 2nd March 2019 open 10.30am – 5.00pm
Sunday 3rd March 2019 open 10.30am – 4.30pm
This bi-annual fair is a highlight in Scotland’s event calendar and will be returning for the 44th time over the weekend of 1st – 3rd March 2019.
Attracting visitors from all over Scotland and England, the fair has many loyal followers, including collectors and interior designers, looking for something unique and extra special they can’t find on the high street.
Many of the regular Scottish dealers will be returning: Highland Antiques of Aberdeen, Cathedral Antiques of Fortrose, Carse Antiques, jewellers Billy Rae and Roselane Antiques both from Aberdeen, antiquarian book dealer Hilary Farquharson of Angus, Julia Drinkhall, with country house antiques and decorative items, as well as John A W Briggs from Stonehaven with a colourful selection of Oriental rugs and carpets.
From further afield are Fu Tsang Lung from Yorkshire with an assortment of Oriental antiques, furniture dealers Mark Buckley Antiques of Skipton and J C Antiques of West Yorkshire, Lancaster House from Lancashire and King George Antiques from Essex, jewellery specialists S & A Thompson from Nottinghamshire, Markov from London and Scarab from Kent, fine art experts Rowles Fine Art from Shropshire, Fettes Fine Art from Edinburgh and Keith Ellis Fine Art from Yorkshire. Porcelain dealers Bottlebrook Antiques of Derbyshire will also be present.
Scone Palace, located just a few miles on the outskirts of Perth on A93, has ample car parking and a tearoom offering a great selection of hot and cold meals.
Visitors are welcome to walk around The Pinetum, The Murray Star Maze and Moot Hill where the Stone of Scone proudly sits, once the crowning place of Scottish Kings including Macbeth, Robert The Bruce and Charles 11.
Galloway Antiques Fairs will be raising money for Cancer Research UK.
Adults £6.00 children under 16 free of charge