Cirencester Antiques & Collectables market
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Cirencester Antiques Shops & Centres

Cirencester Antiques Centre
Formerly known as Cirencester Arcade, but still managed by Brian Ward. Over 50 dealers represented in cabinet displays and room segments covering all manner of antiques and collectables. Located at 25 Market Place, opposite the Corn Hall. Includes Annie's Tea Room (formerly Anne's Pantry).

Jonathan Beech Antique Clocks
Located at the western end of the Market Place in Cirencester, beside the church. Dealer in antique clocks of all types for over 40 years, including longcase, mantel, bracket and carriage. Also clock restoration and repair.

Hare Antiques
Located to the Old Bear at Perrotts Brook between Cirencester and Cheltenham on the A435. Dealers in C18th and C19th furniture including dining tables and chairs, desks and upholstered items. Restoration and re-upholstery works undertaken.

Paul Reeves
Situated in Gosditch Street, but open by appointment only (contact via the website) Paul has been dealing in furniture and artefacts from the mid-Victorian period to the retro age of the 1960s since he opened his first shop in 1976.

Patrick Waldron
Situated in Dollar Street, just off the Market Place and just a few moments' walk from the Corn Hall. Dealer and restorer of good quality Georgian and antique furniture, French polishing and reproduction furniture made to order.

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Cotswold Auction Company
Elizabeth Poole and Lindsey Braune purchased the auction business of agents Hobbs & Chambers in 1998 and created The Cotswold Auction Company, with three salerooms across the area including Bingham Hall in Cirencester. Frequently featured on BBC TV's antiques programmes.

Moore Allen & Innocent
The Cirencester Salerooms, located just outside the town on the Burford Road, stage more than 20 auctions annually. Sales cover not only fine art, antiques and collectables, but also property and agricultural machinery. Also regulars on BBC TV's antiques programmes!

Dominic Winter Auctioneers
Home to yet more familiar faces to TV viewers, who will recognise Bargain Hunter Henry Meadows. Situated in South Cerney, a few miles from Cirencester, the saleroom not only cover the usual mix of antiques & collectables, but also specialist auctions for books, maps, militaria and, occasionally, toys.

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Antiques Fairs

Organised by one of our regular stallholders, Antiques@TheHolt is staged twice a year (March and November) at The Holt Hotel just north of Oxford. It attracts around 45-50 mid- to high-end dealers, several of them regulars at Cirencester.

Cirencester Toy & Train Fair
Organised by 'our own' Ronnie Davies, the West Country's top Toy & Train Fair takes place five times a year, usually in February, April, August & December. Staged in Bingham Hall, the fair is one of the largest in the area, and attracts toy dealers and collectors of all ages from far and wide. Retro Ronnie Toyfairs also organise similar events in Didcot.

Bibury Antiques Fair
With the closing of the monthly fair in Lechlade, following an arson attack on the Memorial Hall, the organisers are now staging a monthly fair in the Village Hall in picturesque Bibury, and further details are available here.

The Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Fine Art Fair
Hosted by Westonbirt School near Tetbury (GL8 8QG) three times a year, a ten minute drive from Cirencester, this prestigious event is organised by Cooper Fairs. It attracts around 50 mid- to high-end antiques dealers.

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