The Kensington Park Fair 6th and 7th January
As of 04/01/07
- David Norley - Early
English porcelain, including Chelsea, Derby, Worcester, Liverpool, Lowestoft and he London factories.
- Martin Olver -
All the Liverpool factories, Lowestoft and Worcester..
- Joyce Epps - All the
major and minor late18th and early 19th Century factories.
- Peter Scott - 19th
Century printed pottery, including Masons.
- Jerry Holmes - Good
18th and early 19th Century pottery and porcelain, including Welsh pottery
- Martyn Edgell - A fine
mix of 18th and 19th Century, including Masons.
- Dudley Thompson - A
fine selection of Chinese and English pottery and porcelain.
- Nick Gent - Derby and
Pinxton porcelain, including Blue and White porcelain of the mid 18th
Atkins - 17th and 18th century Pottery and Cream wear.
& Sandra Diamond - 19th Century Porcelain, specialist in
Inkstands, Chambersticks etc
Jellicoe - Fine 18th century English Porcelain,
and Sally March - 18th century English Figures.
& R Cooke - 18th and 19th Century Pottery
Shepherd Antiques - 17th, 18th and 19th Century
North Eastern Antiques - 17th, 18th and 19th
and Peter Rees - Commeratives and 18th Century
Burton - 19th Century Staffordshire Figures.
Mears and David Boyer - 19th Century
Dando Antiques - Fine 18th and early 19th
century Pottery and Porcelain.
- Charles Garland - A mix
of pottery of the 18th and 19th Century, including creamwear (a specialty).
Butt - 18th and 19th Century Pottery
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