The final important art and antiques fair of the autumn season, The Winter Art & Antiques Fair, is set to return to Olympia London from Tuesday 5th until Sunday 10th November. Attracting thousands of visitors from the UK and beyond, the event appeals to art collectors, interior designers, antiques enthusiasts, collectors and anyone looking for that ‘one of a kind’ piece.
With an exclusive preview evening taking place on Monday 4 th November, the fair will display over 20,000 unique objects of outstanding quality – all vetted by independent trade experts. 70 top dealers from across the UK use the fair as an opportunity to unveil their rarest and most recent finds to a captivated audience of thousands.
Mary Claire Boyd, Fair Director says: “We are very excited to open the doors of the 29 th Winter Art & Antiques Fair Olympia. Our dealers have an unrivalled choice of pieces on offer, all of which fit beautifully into the contemporary or traditional home. Expect to see works by great artists and designers ranging from Matisse to Meissen, Cartier to Asprey, Gillow to Archibald Knox, Lalique to Warhol, as well as decorative pieces. Whether it’s modern art, period furniture, signed jewellery or stylish art deco suites that you’re interested in – our dealers are true experts in their fields, ready to inspire.”
There will be a stunning array from all eras of jewellery, furniture, ceramics, glass, clocks, silver, textiles, mirrors, Asian and Oriental antiques and art amongst the beautiful, rare and unusual objects on display.
An inviting talks programme where experts in their field will discuss subjects such as what’s hot in the art market and give savvy advice on how to buy and look after antiques, will also return.
Dealers include Haynes Fine Art, Anthony James & Son, Timewise Vintage Watches, Precious Flora,
Richard Hoppé Antiques, Anthea AG Antiques, Eastdale Antiques, Mark Goodger Antiques, Mary
Cooke Antiques, Morgan Strickland Decorative Arts, Peter Bunting, Philp Carroll, Wakelin & Linfield,
Jeroen Markies Art Deco and new exhibitor, Henry Miller Fine Art.