Thousands of objects will be exhibited, with prices ranging from £20 to £20 000. Now in its 31st year, Antiques for Everyone, held at Birmingham's NEC, will showcase its greatest range of decorative arts, 20th century and contemporary pieces. The opening day is expected to see more than 2 000 visitors.

Barnebys are offering users complimentary tickets to the fair, register here.

Tim Saltwell Antiques will be displaying 19th century French pieces, whilst Melody Antiques will be exhibiting English period furniture. Jeroen Markies will be showcasing Art Deco furniture and decorative object, whilst Hickmet Fine Arts, Marion David Decoarative Arts, Titus Omega and Deco Dave will all represent Arts & Crafts, Art Deco and Art Nouveau.

Scandinavian by Design will be popular with buyers with their range of mid-20th century furniture and lighting. Alan Walker Antiques, Edward Burd and Kembery Antique Clock represent the timepiece segment of the fair.

Major specialists at the fair include Mary Cooke Antiques, Jack Shaw & Co; Cotswold Collectables and Highland Antiques.

Jewellery is especially popular and there are numerous specialist dealers including Shapiro & Co, Plaza, Henry Nicholls & Sons Antiques, T. Robert, Anderson Jones, S.& A.Thompson and Trivette, among many others.

The fair is also very popular with pottery, porcelain and glass collectors who can buy from no fewer than fifty respected dealers. Early English pottery features on the stand of Bottlebrook Antiques and Roger de Ville; while David & Sally March Antiques, Jupiter Antiques, Drove House Antiques, Catherine Hunt Oriental and Julian Eade all specialise in fine 18th and 19th century porcelain. Andrew Muir will show a superb range of Clarice Cliff and 20th century pieces whilst Wayne Hopton will display Moorcroft. Glass will be shown by Brian Watson Antique Glass and M. & D. Moir.

Art dealers include Benton Fine Art and Ashleigh House Fine Art with Victorian and Continental paintings; Art World Gallery, specialising in contemporary works; Graham Bentley Watercolours with 19th and 20th century works on paper and The Blackbrook Gallery with farming and agricultural subjects. Carnes Fine Art will be joining the fair for the first time.

This year, a special exhibition presented by the Stourbridge based Lace Guild Museum, focuses on lace from the 18th to the 21st century.

The fair will take place on 7th-10th April, 2016. For more information, see here.