Launched by the CraftsCouncil in 2004, COLLECT isan annual fair that provides aunique opportunity to viewand buy the best incontemporary craft from themost prestigious internationalgalleries, all within the stunning settingof the Saatchi Gallery on London's King's Road. Over300 artists, represented by 36 international and UKgalleries will be on show, covering all disciplines: ceramics, glass,jewellery, silver and fine metalwork, textiles, and wood and furniture. The fair runs from 14-17 May and the Crafts Council is offeringreaders two tickets for £15 (2-for-1 price)when you book by 13 May.Booking fees apply. Call 0844 209 0338 orvisit: www.craftscouncil.org.uk/collectand quote 'NADFAS'.OFFERSOffersCOLLECT craft fairThe latest special deals available to readers of the Review56NADFAS REVIEW / SPRING 2010www.nadfas.org.ukJewellery inthe Age ofQueenVictoria: A Mirror tothe WorldJewellery in the Age of QueenVictoria: A Mirror to the World, byCharlotte Gere and Judy Rudoe, isa ground-breaking study ofVictorian jewellery and the centralrole that it played in the social andcultural life of the period. Thevolume is illustrated throughoutwith well-documented jewelleryfrom the British Museum andmuseum collections world-wide aswell as from private collectors,supported by diversecontemporary sources:photographs, portraits,advertisements and cartoons.The book will be available fromMay 2010 and is offered toNADFAS members at the specialintroductory price of £40 - that's20% off the retail purchase price of£50, when pre-ordered through theBritish Museum website. To order please use promotional code NADAQV at checkout when purchasing online atwww.britishmuseum.org/shop. Offer valid 1 March - 1 June 2010.
www.nadfas.org.ukNADFAS REVIEW / SPRING 2010 57Impney Hall was built between1869 and 1875 for John Corbett,the 'Worcestershire Salt King', hiswife Anna and their family. JohnCorbett rose from the son of aDelph canal boat carrier tobecome one of the mostsuccessful entrepreneurs of hisage. This book tells the story ofthis extremely wealthy industrialistand great philanthropist and of hissplendid Victorian mansion'Impney Hall'. Each of thechapters tells a different part of thestory of this Victorian countryhouse, through the second part ofQueen Victoria's reign and into the20th and 21st centuries. There will be a book signing andinformal talk by the author atImpney Hall, Droitwich Spa onMarch 6 at 7pm. All are welcomeand admission is free.To buy the book at the specialprice of £15 (RRP £20) plus £2p&p, contact J Hodges at 7Amber Reach, Spring Lane,Worcester WR51AU or email@example.com.Mention NADFAS Review whenyou order to take advantage of thespecial offer. For more information seewww.johnrichard.totalh.com. Tate BritainOFFERSTreasures of Lambeth Palace Library The 400th Anniversary exhibition of Lambeth Library, spanning the period 1610 to 2010,reveals centuries of history and hints at the depth and intellectual value of the items in theLibrary's care, some of which will be on display for the first time. It draws fromthe incomparably rich and diverse collections of manuscripts, archives and printed books builtup over the past four centuries. Treasures include a Gutenberg Bible (Mainz, 1455), the firstbook printed in Western Europe from movable metal type; the 12th-century Lambeth Bible,regarded as one of the monuments of Romanesque art; some unique witchcraft tractscollected by Bancroft through his interest in debates over diabolic possession and exorcism;and Henry Jacob, To the right high and mightie Prince, Iames ... An humble suppliation fortoleration (Middleborough 1609), annotated angrily by King James I.The exhibition runs from May 17 to July 23 at Lambeth Palace Library, which is pleased tooffer the special price of £7 (normal price £8) for pre-booked tickets. To do this, call 0871 230 1107 and quote 'NADFAS' or enter the special concessionarycode NADFAS when booking at www.lambethpalacelibrary.org.Chateau Impney - the story ofa Victorian country houseThe Rex WhistlerRestaurant at Tate Britainis one of the most originalrestaurants in London,bringing together afantastic modern Britishmenu, award-winningwines and a spectacularsetting. The restaurant is theperfect complement toyour visit to Tate Britainwhere current exhibitionsinclude works by HenryMoore, Douglas Gordonand Chris Ofili amongartistsNADFAS members arebeing offered atraditional afternoon tea for £7.25. Call 020 7887 8825 tobook and visitwww.tate.org/britain formore information aboutwhat's on at the gallerythis spring.