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St Ives Antiques Fair

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Burgess Hall
St Ives
Cambridgeshire
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St Ives Antiques Fairs are held six times a year in the warmly carpeted Burgess Hall, One Leisure Centre, Westwood Road, St. Ives, Cambs, PE27 6WU. As well as providing a spacious hall for around 50 specialist dealers, there is free parking and on-site catering, including hot and cold snacks and home-made cream teas in the summer.

Our interesting mix of antique experts offer a wide array of attractive treasures from the past that often serve as inspiration for the future, especially in our homes and interiors. For fashion fans there's a lovely selection of vintage accessories, handbags, scarves and both costume and precious jewellery. Also on offer are long-case clocks and watches, postcards, pictures and paintings, militaria, fine glass, porcelain and china including a range of highly collectable and very fashionable Moorcroft - an opportunity for a good investment which may promise better returns than many savings banks at the moment.

The St Ives Antiques Fair is open 10am - 4pm each day. Entry prices 2 adults, 1.50 concessions (over 65 and students).

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