Scotfairs Antique Vintage and Collectors Fairs are held in three different locations through Scotland: Stirling, Glasgow, and Ayr. They are open for business at each location roughly once a month, though dates do vary so it is best to check their website for exact dates at each spot. Be sure to do this, as any antique enthusiast or seasoned collector will definitely be spoiled while browsing the stalls at these markets.
With up to 12,000 visitors making their way to the Scotfairs Antique Vintage and Collectors Fairs, serious collectors will want to make sure they arrive at the events as soon as they open to get that coveted first look at the treasures for sale. With so many wonderful antiques on display, it is easy to get lost among the stands here. Many of the vendors are professionals, though the fair organizers also encourage those less experienced to try their hand at selling some valuable vintage found in their estates. Appraisals are also offered here, making the fairs the perfect, welcoming environment for anyone with an interest in antiques.
Scotfairs Antique Vintage and Collectors Fairs pride themselves on the range of items their vendors bring for sale. The general public can have a shopping field day, and collectors will not leave disappointed. Guaranteed to be found among the wares are pottery pieces, porcelain, and glassware, antique and vintage jewelry, artwork, pictures and prints, vintage books, items crafted from copper and brass, silverware, linen, items of furniture (tends to be smaller pieces at these fairs) and plenty of smaller items such as stamps, coins, postcards and more.
There is a small entrance fee for the Scotfairs Antique Vintage and Collectors Fairs, but all who visit will agree it is more than worth it. Whichever location you are able to visit, shoppers are guaranteed wonderful items with plenty of history and will definitely not leave empty-handed.
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