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Victorian, Edwardian and General Sale - 17th June- 2015 at Peak Shopping Village.
We're in a Reflective Mood!!!!
We have over 500 lots in our next Victorian , Edwardian and General Sale at our Rowsley Saleroom on the 17th June, including the deceased Estate of an Edwardian Lady.Lots to include, furniture, textiles, silver and silver plated ware, toys and juvenalia, ceramics and glass, boxes and objects, jewellery and books.
Viewing Tuesday 16th June 1pm- 7pm
Sale Wednesday 17th June start 10.30am
Herd About Our Sale?
We have over 500 lots in our next sale here at the Rowsley Saleroom on the 3rd June 2015, which includes lots from a Derbyshire Farm estate, Staffordshire and Yorkshire.Lots to include,pictures and prints, ceramics and glass, boxes and objects, silver and silver plated ware, toys and juvenalia, furniture and books.
So get moooving on down to our sale!!!
Viewing: Tuesday 2nd June 1pm - 7pm
Sale Starts 3rd June 10.30am
We just can't help but rabbiting on about our next sale here at Rowsley.
We have over 500 lots including furniture, boxes and objects, pictures and prints, silver and silver plated ware, jewellery, ceramics and glassware, garden statuary and equipment,copper and brassware, clocks and barometers. So come and see our Rowsley Rabbit, part of an extensive collection of Royal Crown Derby Paperweights.
So Hop To It!!!!
Victorian, Edwardian and General Sale - 25th February 2015 Bamfords, Peak Shopping Village.
A Didier Nicolas Aine Violin, Mirecourt circa 1820, Lot 402
Music to your ears, Bamfords at Rowsley have a Victorian , Edwardian and General sale on the 25th February. We have over 400 lots of Furniture, Pictures and Prints, Silver and Silver Plated Ware, Textiles, Carpets and Rugs, Toys and Juvenalia, Ceramics and Glassware,and Musical Instruments.
Come and play sweet music with us!!!
A magical date to celebrate the biggest wildlife survey in the world
The RSPB is inviting people to join them on a magical date to celebrate the biggest wildlife survey in the world on Sunday 25 January in the heart of beautiful Derbyshire at Peak Shopping Village.
The Big Garden Birdwatch - has been running for 36 years now, and to celebrate all things wildlife the RSPB is holding a free event for all the family on Sunday 25 January!
Visitors are invited to attend a Big Garden Birdwatch activity day and taster session at the Peak Shopping Village from 10.30am – 4pm.
Katy Malkin, spokesperson for the RSPB, said: “Come and take part in a taster of the survey in the magical Peak District, and you’ll be in for a day to remember! It’s going to be a great family day with a bird feeding activity workshop, where children can make their own feeders to encourage birds in their own garden. There’ll also be fun crafts and the chance to learn how to use binoculars and telescopes.”
The event is free although any donations for activities are welcomed. For more information please go to www.rspb.org.uk/birdwatch. Please note, in the event of bad weather, the event will still go ahead.
To take part in the Big Garden Birdwatch in your own home, all you have to do is spend one hour at any time during Big Garden Birdwatch weekend (24 and 25 January) noting the highest number of each bird species seen in your garden or local outside space at any one time. Then submit your results to us, either online at or in the post, register NOW to take part in Big Garden Birdwatch 2015 at www.rspb.org.uk/birdwatch
The annual wildlife survey provides the RSPB with an important snapshot of garden bird populations in winter and has helped to highlight some dramatic declines in UK garden birds over the last 35 years.
Over 500 lots, Victorian, Edwardian and General furniture, taxidermy, vintage luggage, toys and juvenalia, pictures and prints, ceramics and glass, boxes and objects, carpets and rugs, silver and silver plated ware and jewellery from numerous deceased estates from Derbyshire, Staffordshire and Yorkshire.
All that glistens is not gold..
Winter nights are drawing in so don't forget to come along to our 12th November 2014 sale.
Nearly 700 lots of Victorian, Edwardian and contemporary furniture; taxidermy; toys and juvenalia; oriental ceramics, boxes and objects; pictures and prints; silver and silver plated ware; early English ceramics; glassware; tea wares and a large collection of copper and brass.
A warm welcome is always awaiting at our hearth.
There is just over a week to go until the very first Peak Magic Festival taking place at The Peak Shopping Village on Saturday September 13th.
festival aims to bring some of the country’s best magical and
mystery acts to perform live in the Peak District. The event is a
collaboration between Peak Shopping Village and Derbyshire based
magician and hypnotist Anthony Jacquin.
The event is FREE to attend and live entertainment suitable for all ages will be provided throughout the day. Feelings of awe, astonishment and laughter are guaranteed.
Many magicians and other mystery acts will be roaming throughout the site providing impromptu entertainment. Watch out for Dott Cotton, one of the countries leading clowns just back from a sell out show at the Edinburgh Fringe.
In the dedicated close-up area, some of the countries leading experts at the card table will be doing the impossible inches from your eyes. They include award-winning magician Amit Badiani one of the most in demand magicians in the country.
Free Balloon and juggling workshops are available for children to learn a new trick or two in addiiton to the worlds only Giant Flea Circus.
is a one in a kind event, a whole day dedicated to magic,” said
Katayune Jacquin of Peak Shopping Village. “ We hope to fire up the
imagination of a range of people of all ages as we show them that the
impossible is possible with magic. The entertainment is all free with
the exception of the 2 gala shows at 1pm and 6pm– tickets available
from the website at £5.00 and £3.00 for concessions. We also have a
real ale bar serbing local ales in the newly launched Old Station
Building community and Arts space.”
For more information visit www.peakshoppingvillage.com or call 01629 735326.
event will be free to attend, suitable for all ages and sure to
provoke wonderful feelings of awe and astonishment as well as much
Amongst the performers will be local magician and hypnotist Anthony Jacquin, who had the idea for the festival. The dedicated close up area will be set up to ensure visitors witness the impossible happen inches away from their eyes, as sleight of hand masters will take in turns around the card table to baffle guests, while street entertainers gathered from up and down the country will be scattered around the magic fest to create a lasting impression.
There will also be a free balloon and juggling workshops for children to learn a trick or two for the playground, whilst the world’s only Giant Flea Circus and other humorous acts will keep the younger children entertained throughout.
“This is a one of a kind event, a whole day dedicated to magic,” said Katayune Jacquin, from Peak Shopping Village. “We hope to fire up the imagination of a range of people of all ages, as we show them that the impossible is possible with magic.”
Tickets will also be on sale for two incredible stage shows taking place in the newly renovated Old Station Building Community Space and these will be priced at £5 for adults and £3 for concessions, but with spaces limited to 40, those interested are recommended to buy tickets in advance.
There will be a pop-up bar on-site, selling local ales for the day and fellow magicians are allowed to network in a ‘Behind the Curtain’ area where they can discuss their art.
Those thinking of visiting are encouraged to visit the “Peak Magic Festival” Facebook page, where web links to the high class performers appearing are available to demonstrate the high standard of talent that will be on display at the event, whilst you can also visit http://www.peakshoppingvillage.com/ to find out more.
Tickets for the Gala Stage Shows, which starts at 1pm and 6pm, are also available on the website.
at The Bakewell Saleroom, The Peak Village Shopping Centre, Rowsley, Chatsworth Road, Bakewell
Tuesday 15th, Wednesday 16th, Thursday 17th April 2014
BAMFORDS WOULD LIKE TO INVITE YOU AND YOUR GUESTS TO THE PRIVATE VIEW OF OUR OCTOBER FINE ART AUCTION ON MONDAY 14TH APRIL AT 5PM TO ENJOY A GLASS OF WINE AND CHEESE
OVER 1,500 LOTS INCLUDING BROWN SALT GLAZED STONEWARE COLLECTED FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS BY A NORTH DERBYSHIRE GENTLEMAN; FINE AND IMPORTANT JEWELLERY FROM A LADY IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE; ENGLISH PORCELAIN AND POTTERY FROM A DECEASED ESTATE IN LOUGHBOROUGH; ENGLISH FURNITURE, WORKS OF ART AND DECORATIONS FROM A DERBY FARM HOUSE; ENGLISH PORCELAIN AND POTTERY FROM A YORKSHIRE GENTLEMAN; THE REMAINING CONTENTS FROM A NOTTINGHAMSHIRE MANOR HOUSE AND OVER 20 DECEASED ESTATES ACROSS DERBYSHIRE, STAFFORDSHIRE, LEICESTERSHIRE, LINCOLNSHIRE AND YORKSHIRE AND OTHER VENDORS
Also on View
Sunday 13th April 2.00pm – 5.00pm
Monday 14th April 2.00pm – 5.00pm
Morning of Sales From 9.00am
Catalogues £10 (£12 by Post)
For a Mum it's especially heart warming to think that the ones she treasures have made a special effort to create something for her to enjoy on Mothering Sunday, perhaps even better if that creation is edible !
On Sunday 30th March children can enjoy FREE chocolate making workshops at Peak Shopping Village as part of a day out with the family, whilst mum enjoys the fresh air shopping experience.
Session places are limited so you will need to plan your visit ( email email@example.com and we will be in touch to confirm your booking) Be sure not to miss this opportunity to make mum and children very happy !
Authentic Furniture Raise £350 so far for Sponsored Charity of the Year, Make-A-Wish Foundation® UK
On Saturday 18th January from 2pm – 7pm Authentic Furniture treated visitors to a charity afternoon at their showroom at Peak Shopping Village, Rowsley, in aid of their chosen charity for 2014, Make-A-Wish Foundation® UK.
Visitors to the event were treated to live music courtesy of singer/songwriter, Caleb Keenan from Staffordshire, as well as entertainment from magician, Anthony Jacquin, who ‘wowed’ the crowds with card and mind tricks.
Head Chef Daniel Laycock, from the stunning Peak Edge Hotel, gave up his time to demonstrate his skill in Authentic Furniture’s handmade English Shaker kitchen, creating two delicious dishes, a beetroot salad and duck with carrot puree, both of which were devoured by keen onlookers. Dan has previously worked in Michelin star restaurants under renowned Chefs such as Gordon Ramsey, and for the Waldorf Collection in their restaurant in Versailles, France, the home of classic cooking. Dan was delighted to have the opportunity to come and support the event and said:
“Peak Edge Hotel is very mindful of our local community, so it was great to be asked to come down to Authentic Furniture to support their charity event for Make A Wish Foundation® UK. I’ve been cooking for 12 years now, starting as a pot washer and working my way through the ranks. I love sharing my knowledge with others and cooking demos are a great way of doing this, so I was thrilled that Authentic Furniture asked me along. ”
Dan also shared his philosophy on food and cooking.
“With access to the internet and so many cookery shows on our TV’s, people are a lot more food aware now. They want to know more about their food, where it’s from and learn all about the various ways of using the same ingredients, which is great for us Chefs as we find ourselves with a captivated audience. The best thing about cooking is that you never get bored. If you’re tired of cooking the same dish, then change it or go on to make another!”
Whilst enjoying the show, guests also took advantage of Authentic Furniture’s January sale, with 20% off all their furniture and accessories (excluding Little Greene Paint & guest artworks) until the end of January.
The afternoon raised a total of £350 for Make-A-Wish Foundation® UK, the leading charity that grants magical wishes to children and young people fighting life-threatening conditions. A raffle was held with fantastic prizes kindly donated by local businesses and organisations. Prizes included Authentic Furniture Hamper worth £256, a designer fabric or wallpaper voucher worth £100 courtesy of Ruth Marshall Interior Design, a Peak Shopping Village voucher worth £50, an overnight stay for two at a choice of two Cheshire village pubs including breakfast, courtesy of Kalton and Barlow, a Steak and Ale meal for two at Marco Pierre White’s The Black Boy Inn, a £20 voucher for Costa Coffee in Bakewell, and a dozen fresh eggs brought in by Gaynor Lewis from Foxgloves in Rowsley.
Joanne Micklewright, Head of Wishgranting at Make-A-Wish, said:
“We are thrilled to have been chosen as Authentic Furniture’s nominated charity for 2014. Each year more and more children are turning to us to have their magical wish granted. This year we hope to grant over 1,000 wishes, so Authentic Furniture’s support really is invaluable.”
As Authentic Furniture creative, Tim Lowry explains:
“We decided to support Make-A-Wish because the work they do is vital to the happiness of those children and their families living with life-threatening conditions. I have no doubt that all our customers will get behind us and make 2014 a great year of fundraising.
“It was great to see the showroom buzzing and we’re planning some great events throughout the year, so watch this space for more details. Our best wishes go out to the families that Make-A-Wish support, and we hope the funds we raise this year helps to make the wishes of those brave children come true.”
Please note the next Make-a-Wish fundraising event will be taking place on Sunday 2nd March. The theme will be ‘the perfect batter’. Celebrity Yorkshire Pudding guru, Chris Blackburn, made famous by his debut in ITV’s Food Glorious Food and appearances in Country House Sunday and the One Show, will be coming to show off his culinary talents and share his top tips on getting the perfect Yorkshire Pudding. Tickets will be £5 with all proceeds going to the charity and will include roast beef canapé’s courtesy of local farmer Wrights Farm Shop Darley Dale. For family fun there will be a pancake race and a sponsored pancake tossing competition and plenty of pancakes to feast on throughout the day.
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