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UK - Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair - Sunday 15th September 2019
« on: September 08, 2019, 09:50:44 PM »
'300 Years of Glass in One Day'
On Sunday 15th September there will be a real treat for lovers of glass when a new specialist fair comes to Ickworth House.
This is a new glass fair for East Anglia with around 30 exhibitors selling fine antique and collectable glass alongside glass artists showing their own work. Set in the historic surroundings of the National Trust's Ickworth House, Park and Gardens, this is a date for your diary!

Small but perfectly formed, Ickworth Decorative Glass Fair showcases some great collectable, contemporary and antique glass in the West Wing of this prestigious venue. This will be a wonderful day out for visitors in the beautiful surroundings of Ickworth House, park and gardens near Bury St Edmunds.

Refreshments are available and there is free parking.

10.30am - 5.00pm, admission is free to National Trust members or 9 to non-members which gives access to the gardens and free entry to the fair.

All visitors will be offered a 5 discount voucher which can be used for a purchase of 30 and over from participating dealers.

Do put the date in your diary!
Ickworth Park, Horringer nr. Bury St. Edmunds  (IP29 5SA) on the A143 - follow the brown signs. 07887 762872
The original specialist glass fair.
Three hundred years of glass in one day.
Decorative and collectable twentieth century glass.

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