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Art & Antiques for Everyone - 7–10 April 2022

SCARAB DROP EARINGS     
Scarab Antiques - A stunning pair of amethyst diamond 18ct white & yellow gold articulated drop earrings. Priced at £5,950.

 

Event: Art & Antiques for Everyone at the NEC
Organiser: Mad Events
Venue: Hall 12, National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham B40 INT
Date: 7 – 10 April 2022
 
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indian colonial kashmiri silver ewer zoomorphic vessel  
Jacksons Antique - Fine and very rare 19th century silver ewer in zoomorphic form. The ewer standing upon four
cast and chased bird formed feet stemming into a boldly chased bulbous body decorated with flowing flowers and
leaves with a long, tapered neck modelled similar to a classical Askos jug native to ancient Greece. The top hinged
to form a lid with two tigers stood upon the top. The piece finished with a beautifully wrapped handle around the
silver base. Circa 1870, the piece as with all Kashmiri silver is unmarked. Priced at £3,250.

ABOUT THIS FAIR:

Consolidating its return to normal programming, the hugely popular  Art & Antiques for Everyone Fair returns to the The National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, from 7–10 April 2022.

"We are looking forward to a very busy fair," Dan Leyland, Fair Director told ANF: "Now that international travel has resumed, we are anticipating a surge of interest from our American, European and Asian buyers. Our exhibitors will be rising to the challenge with a fantastic range of stock and it promises to be our busiest fair for years."

Historically this veteran event has provided opportunity for first time buyers, connoisseurs and collectors and the trade to buy at prices ranging from £20 to more than £20,000 and the fair attracts more than ten thousand visitors over four days who are lured with the unique appeal of bringing together exhibitors from all levels of the antiques world: dealers with galleries in London’s West End showing their finest works to occasional dealers with a passionate desire to buy and sell all kinds of unusual items from early toys and dolls to vintage fabrics and rare scientific instruments. The fair presents approximately 150 exhibitors in a variety of settings – experts with a stand showing their latest acquisitions to professionally lit room-set style displays designed to inspire.

Royal Worcester Baldwyn

Jupiter Antiques - A Royal Worcester low comport decorated by the renowned artist Charles Baldwyn (1859-1943).

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

Adding the everyman magazine quality of this event will be daily entertaining and informative talks, free for visitors, with antiques industry celebrity speakers Judith Miller and Will Farmer, both BBC TV Antiques Roadshow experts. Expect to hear top tips on what and how to buy in today’s flourishing market.

Fine porcelain and glass form a major attraction at the fair and Jupiter Antiques will be exhibiting Worcester, Chamberlain’s Worcester and Royal Worcester pieces. One highlight will be a superb low comport decorated by the renowned artist Charles Baldwyn (1859-1943), painted with four swans in flight set against a light blue ground, grasses and foliage alternating with panels of swallows in flight and foliage. Signed and dated 1907, it is priced at £2995. See image.

Glass specialists M. & D. Moir carefully curated selection of distinctive pieces by Émile Gallé (1846-1904) the celebrated French designer and leading initiator of the Art Nouveau style, will be a draw for collectors. Among the exhibits will be a large cameo ‘oak’ vase, 15” tall, signed and dated 1925 and priced at £4,800. A ‘cornflower’ cameo vase from 1920 is priced at £2,200.

An eye-catching Art Deco sideboard by the well-known designers Harry & Lou Epstein, dating from 1935, priced at £3,850 will be one of several pieces of fine Art Deco furniture from Jeroen Markies.

The Blackbrook Gallery will be among the many galleries taking part. Their collection of animal and naïve paintings from the 18th, 19th and 20th century includes ‘Tsar, Wagga and Sultan’, painted in watercolour by L.S.B Pollock, dated 1876, it measures 21” x 28” and will be on sale for £1750.

Silver and jewellery specialists taking part include Scarab Antiques with their irresistible collection of both fine antique jewellery and unique designer range from their Jewels by Scarab range. A standout piece is this pair of yellow and white gold articulated amethyst drop earring priced at £5950.00

Plaza specialise in a glittering range vintage and 20th century pieces and will be showing a superb pair of Chopard 'Happy Diamond' earrings from the famous jewellery house each with a floating Brilliant Cut diamond encased in a heart. The earrings are priced at £4,250.00.

Sideboard

Jeroen Markies - An Art Deco sideboard by the well-known designers Harry & Lou Epstein.

 

Dogs     

The Blackbrook Gallery - ‘Tsar, Wagga and Sultan’, painted in watercolour by L.S.B Pollock.

 

TICKET INFO:

Public Admission: Free for April Fair. Public Open Times: Thurs-Sat 11am-6pm / Sun 11am-5pm. For more information and a full exhibitors list visit Art & Antiques for Everyone at the NEC

 

Visit;

ANF Calendar for future fair dates

Fairs + Dealers - Art & Antiques for Everyone at the NEC

 

Cover Image: Jacksons Antique - Fine and very rare 19th century silver ewer in zoomorphic form. The ewer standing upon four
cast and chased bird formed feet stemming into a boldly chased bulbous body decorated with flowing flowers and
leaves with a long, tapered neck modelled similar to a classical Askos jug native to ancient Greece. The top hinged
to form a lid with two tigers stood upon the top. The piece finished with a beautifully wrapped handle around the
silver base. Circa 1870, the piece as with all Kashmiri silver is unmarked. Priced at £3,250.

 

 
 


ANF News

Art & Antiques for Everyone - 7–10 April 2022

SCARAB DROP EARINGS     
Scarab Antiques - A stunning pair of amethyst diamond 18ct white & yellow gold articulated drop earrings. Priced at £5,950.

 

Event: Art & Antiques for Everyone at the NEC
Organiser: Mad Events
Venue: Hall 12, National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham B40 INT
Date: 7 – 10 April 2022
 
FOLLOW THIS ORGANISER:
 
facebook Twitter Insta  Pinterest2 

 

indian colonial kashmiri silver ewer zoomorphic vessel  
Jacksons Antique - Fine and very rare 19th century silver ewer in zoomorphic form. The ewer standing upon four
cast and chased bird formed feet stemming into a boldly chased bulbous body decorated with flowing flowers and
leaves with a long, tapered neck modelled similar to a classical Askos jug native to ancient Greece. The top hinged
to form a lid with two tigers stood upon the top. The piece finished with a beautifully wrapped handle around the
silver base. Circa 1870, the piece as with all Kashmiri silver is unmarked. Priced at £3,250.

ABOUT THIS FAIR:

Consolidating its return to normal programming, the hugely popular  Art & Antiques for Everyone Fair returns to the The National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, from 7–10 April 2022.

"We are looking forward to a very busy fair," Dan Leyland, Fair Director told ANF: "Now that international travel has resumed, we are anticipating a surge of interest from our American, European and Asian buyers. Our exhibitors will be rising to the challenge with a fantastic range of stock and it promises to be our busiest fair for years."

Historically this veteran event has provided opportunity for first time buyers, connoisseurs and collectors and the trade to buy at prices ranging from £20 to more than £20,000 and the fair attracts more than ten thousand visitors over four days who are lured with the unique appeal of bringing together exhibitors from all levels of the antiques world: dealers with galleries in London’s West End showing their finest works to occasional dealers with a passionate desire to buy and sell all kinds of unusual items from early toys and dolls to vintage fabrics and rare scientific instruments. The fair presents approximately 150 exhibitors in a variety of settings – experts with a stand showing their latest acquisitions to professionally lit room-set style displays designed to inspire.

Royal Worcester Baldwyn

Jupiter Antiques - A Royal Worcester low comport decorated by the renowned artist Charles Baldwyn (1859-1943).

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

Adding the everyman magazine quality of this event will be daily entertaining and informative talks, free for visitors, with antiques industry celebrity speakers Judith Miller and Will Farmer, both BBC TV Antiques Roadshow experts. Expect to hear top tips on what and how to buy in today’s flourishing market.

Fine porcelain and glass form a major attraction at the fair and Jupiter Antiques will be exhibiting Worcester, Chamberlain’s Worcester and Royal Worcester pieces. One highlight will be a superb low comport decorated by the renowned artist Charles Baldwyn (1859-1943), painted with four swans in flight set against a light blue ground, grasses and foliage alternating with panels of swallows in flight and foliage. Signed and dated 1907, it is priced at £2995. See image.

Glass specialists M. & D. Moir carefully curated selection of distinctive pieces by Émile Gallé (1846-1904) the celebrated French designer and leading initiator of the Art Nouveau style, will be a draw for collectors. Among the exhibits will be a large cameo ‘oak’ vase, 15” tall, signed and dated 1925 and priced at £4,800. A ‘cornflower’ cameo vase from 1920 is priced at £2,200.

An eye-catching Art Deco sideboard by the well-known designers Harry & Lou Epstein, dating from 1935, priced at £3,850 will be one of several pieces of fine Art Deco furniture from Jeroen Markies.

The Blackbrook Gallery will be among the many galleries taking part. Their collection of animal and naïve paintings from the 18th, 19th and 20th century includes ‘Tsar, Wagga and Sultan’, painted in watercolour by L.S.B Pollock, dated 1876, it measures 21” x 28” and will be on sale for £1750.

Silver and jewellery specialists taking part include Scarab Antiques with their irresistible collection of both fine antique jewellery and unique designer range from their Jewels by Scarab range. A standout piece is this pair of yellow and white gold articulated amethyst drop earring priced at £5950.00

Plaza specialise in a glittering range vintage and 20th century pieces and will be showing a superb pair of Chopard 'Happy Diamond' earrings from the famous jewellery house each with a floating Brilliant Cut diamond encased in a heart. The earrings are priced at £4,250.00.

Sideboard

Jeroen Markies - An Art Deco sideboard by the well-known designers Harry & Lou Epstein.

 

Dogs     

The Blackbrook Gallery - ‘Tsar, Wagga and Sultan’, painted in watercolour by L.S.B Pollock.

 

TICKET INFO:

Public Admission: Free for April Fair. Public Open Times: Thurs-Sat 11am-6pm / Sun 11am-5pm. For more information and a full exhibitors list visit Art & Antiques for Everyone at the NEC

 

Visit;

ANF Calendar for future fair dates

Fairs + Dealers - Art & Antiques for Everyone at the NEC

 

Cover Image: Jacksons Antique - Fine and very rare 19th century silver ewer in zoomorphic form. The ewer standing upon four
cast and chased bird formed feet stemming into a boldly chased bulbous body decorated with flowing flowers and
leaves with a long, tapered neck modelled similar to a classical Askos jug native to ancient Greece. The top hinged
to form a lid with two tigers stood upon the top. The piece finished with a beautifully wrapped handle around the
silver base. Circa 1870, the piece as with all Kashmiri silver is unmarked. Priced at £3,250.