20th Century Design Sale!
20th CENTURY DESIGN SALE!

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NEWBURY’S
20th CENTURY DESIGN

SALE!

SUNDAY 9TH JULY 10.30AM – 4.30PM

THE FIELDGATE CENTRE, FIELD GATE DRIVE, KINGSCLERE, NEWBURY. RG20 5SQ

CONTACT: David 07775 920131    VIEW MAP

Vintage, mid-century and contemporary furniture, art and decorative accessories.

A sale to suit all tastes and pockets with prices ranging from £15 – £1,500

Whether you love antiques, vintage, Danish mid-century, 20th Century or even contemporary design we have something for everyone!

Classic retro Gplan and retro British designers rub shoulders with industrial design and sought after Danish and Italian designers. Not to mention great art, glass, rugs, and other decorative items too.

PLUS, we have an amazing display of vintage posters from 20th Century Posters and Red Door Posters. AND everything is at GREAT PRICES!

Why not make a day of it and invite your friends too?

It’s FREE to enter plus we’re also featuring the High SocieTea Tea Room which will be open from 11am – 4pm. You can buy delicious home made cakes and a selection of hot & cold drinks all served on vintage crockery, so it’s a lovely place to come for afternoon tea. AND if that doesn’t whet your appetite then you can enjoy the onsite bar and relax outside to watch the local cricket match inbetween buying sprees!

Our featured traders for July 9th

NEW for 2017 – The Project Centre

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If you’ve ever seen a beautiful piece of furniture that you wanted for your home but wished it had been restored or maybe reupholstered in another finish or colour then you’ll LOVE our Project Centre – especially with prices starting at just £15!

Many of our traders will be bringing along a range of quality items for our dedicated Project Centre that are in need of some TLC and offering them at knock down prices. So you’ll be able to buy some great furniture and accessories that you can put your own stamp on and express yourself. Whether that’s a bright colour or some funky fabric it’s up to you – it’s only limited by your imagination!

CHARLES
EAMES

‘The details are not the details. They make the design’.