Crowds flock to antiques fair in Stafford - in pictures

By Thomas Parkes | Stafford | Staffordshire entertainment | Published:

Crowds of antique-hunters have taken to Stafford to see if they can grab a bargain from a sea of treasures.

Kevin Williamson, from Shrewsbury, with a silver salver dated 1905.

Visitors from far and wide flocked to Staffordshire County Showground for the two-day event.

Dealers displayed a range of items, including silver, porcelain, jewellery, artwork, kitchenalia and fine glass.

Other treasures for more avid collectors included coins, stamps, books and everything in between – across roughly 300 stalls.

And toys were also on show on the stands which stretched across three connecting halls at the Weston Road.

A range of items were on show at the antiques fair in Stafford.

It came after the show, ran by Number One events, celebrated its 10th anniversary last year

The business holds six antique and collectors fairs a year between September and May, with a cafe and disabled access on site.


A range of items were on show at the antiques fair in Stafford.

The fair has previously welcomed BBC's Bargain Hunt.

It will return next year, with the first show taking place in the grounds on February 22 and the following day.

Thomas Parkes

By Thomas Parkes
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