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AFE London - 13-15 January 2017

 

 Ceramic Art Deco inspired model of a cat by Louise Wain, circa 1914. £4,500. From Andrew Muir, specialist dealer in Art Deco and Twentieth Century Ceramics.

Ceramic Art Deco inspired model of a cat by Louise Wain, circa 1914. Priced at £4,500. Exibitor: Andrew Muir.


Event: AFE London: Art Antiques Interiors Fair 2017
Organiser: Clarion Events
Venue: ExCel London
Date: 13-15 January 2017


One from a set of ten Henri Matisse lithographs from the

One from a set of ten Henri Matisse lithographs from the "Cut Outs" suite, measuring 76cm x 56cm, printed on Bfk Rives vellum, published in the late 1950's. Signed and stamped H. Matisse on the reverse. Priced at £695. Exhibitor: Black Ink.

 

ABOUT THIS FAIR:

The new AFE London: Art Antiques Interiors Fair is a companion fair to the largest and longest running indoor antiques and collectors fairs in the UK, Antiques for Everyone at the NEC in Birmingham.  This new member of the AfE family is expected to become a premier event in the art and antiques calendar, particularly for collectors of interiors, vintage and classic textiles, jewellery and 20th century design.  Located at ExCel London near to London's City Airport and home to a number of major homes and lifestyle shows.  Almost 100 dealers have already applied for stands, and the event is expected to attract an audience of 8,000 to 10,000 visitors, including collectors, trade buyers, art, antiques and interior enthusiasts, interior decorators and designers and first time home buyers.

English winged lantern clock by William Cam of London, circa 1680. It retains its original verge escapement. £10,500. Exhibitor: Kembury Clocks.

 

English winged lantern clock by William Cam of London, circa 1680. It retains its original verge escapement. Priced at £10,500. Exhibitor: Kembury Clocks.

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

The British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) will be officially supporting the fair and its President, Susie Rumbold, will be presenting a talk on Sunday, 15th January 2017. BBC’s Antiques Roadshow experts, Judith Miller and Mark Hill, will also be presenting talks throughout the event, and popular magazines Homes & Antiques and Vintage Life will be providing editorial and social media coverage.

Among the well known dealers taking stands will be Andrew Muir from the West Midlands, specialising in Art Deco and Clarice Cliff; Black Ink from the Cotswolds, dealers in late 19th and 20th century original printings by artists including Matisse, Chagall and Picasso; Story Antique Clocks from Yorkshire, with period longcase, bracket and mantel clocks from the 17th - 19th centuries; Granta Fine Art from Cambridge with Modern British and European paintings; ArtDecoArt with Art Deco designer pieces and original prints and posters; and Julian Eade with a wide range of fine quality porcelain from many of the major factories.

  

Silhouette of a lady in a lace-trimmed cap painted on ivory by T. London, circa 1800-1810. £280. Exhibitor: Wigs on the Green

 

Silhouette of a lady in a lace-trimmed cap painted on ivory by T. London, circa 1800-1810. Priced at £280. Exhibitor: Wigs on the Green.

 
TICKETS AND EXHIBITOR INFO:
Tickets are available to purchase in advance, and are also available on the door.  For more details and exhibitor listings, visit AFE London.

 

Cover Image:

Ceramic Art Deco inspired model of a cat by Louise Wain, circa 1914. £4,500. Exibitor: Andrew Muir.