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SAVE THE DATE - The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia - 2 – 7 November 2021

A six arm yaught chandelier

Hatchwell Antiques - This six arm chandelier in the form of ships bow was formerly hung in the Royal Swedish Yacht Club in Stockholm which
is the largest and oldest yacht club in Sweden and one of the five oldest in the world, established 15 May 1830. This stunning chandelier has
been re-wired, pat tested and ready to be hung, each jib has three lights on it, with a capstan at the top and a ship’s wheel underneath.

Event: The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia
Organiser: Clarion Events Ltd
Venue: Olympia Exhibition Centre, Hammersmith Rd, London W14 8UX
Date: 2 – 7 November 2021 (Preview 1 November)
 
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extremely rare George III tea caddy Mary Cooke Antiques-

Mary Cooke Antiques - This is an extremely rare George III tea caddy, made in London by Augustin Le Sage, 1767. Modelled to simulate the chests
in which tea was imported from China, this is one of the rarest designs of English Tea Caddy to be found.

ABOUT THIS FAIR:

Following an enforced break in 2020, organisers of the Winter Art & Antiques Fair are thrilled to be returning to Olympia London, celebrating the 30th anniversary of this prestigeous event, from 2 – 7 November, with the Preview on 1 November.

Running for 30 years, the Fair traditionally takes centre stage in the British art and antiques fair calendar. The gallery of the National Hall at Olympia London is brought to life with 70 of the UK's finest specialist dealers bringing an exceptional range of over 20,000 pieces, presenting a treasure trove of irresistible art, antiques, furniture, jewellery and collectors’ pieces to discover and buy.

Relevant to trade and collectors alike, the flagship event continues to focus on high quality pieces of interest to discerning collectors, interior designers, art and antiques enthusiasts and home makers.

beautiful ash and elm comb back windsor chair with rockers 1780 peter bunting antiques

Peter Bunting Antiques - Relax in this beautiful ash and elm comb back Windsor chair with rockers, 1780.

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

Taking place in November, the Fair is London's last important art and antiques fair in the capital before Christmas. Running alongside the Spirit of Christmas Fair, gives the event an extra seasonal sparkle and luxurious atmosphere.

Mary Claire Boyd, Fair Director says: “We are thrilled to once more be opening the doors of the Winter Art & Antiques Fair, to celebrate our 30th year. Whether you are interested in modern art, period furniture, jewellery or stylish art deco pieces, our dealers are true experts in their field and are ready to inspire.

The health and safety of our beloved exhibitors and loyal visitors is of the upmost importance to us and so we will be following guidelines, in accordance with Government requirements to ensure the Fair is a welcoming and enjoyable experience for all.”

For further news, ticket information and to be kept up to date on the Winter Arts & Antiques Fair, please sign up to the e-newsletter at www.olympia-antiques.com.

This beautiful askos serving vessel is being offered by Brian Watson Antique Glass

Brian Watson Antique Glass - A beautiful askos serving vessel, English and made c.1870, it has a plated metal mount showing a hippocampus
and a handle of twisted grapevines and the glass body is frosted

Philip Carrol Antiques Japanese ‘Imari’ barbers bowl, c- 1700- Edo Period-

Philip Carrol Antiques - Japanese ‘Imari’ barbers bowl, c. 1700. Edo Period. An essential piece of equipment for any barber in the 17th century,
this hand painted barbers' bowl, is in the Imari style. With a jardiniere of flowering plants it is unusually enamelled in Kutani taste and has a recess
for the neck, and original twin pierced holes for suspension. Height: 8.5 cm, 3 1/4”. Width: 26 cm, 10 1/8”.

TICKET INFO:
For more information, visit The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia

 

Visit;

ANF Calendar for future fair dates

Fairs + Dealers to read more about The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia

 

Cover Image: Hatchwell Antiques - This six arm chandelier in the form of ships bow was formerly hung in the Royal Swedish Yacht Club in Stockholm which
is the largest and oldest yacht club in Sweden and one of the five oldest in the world, established 15 May 1830. This stunning chandelier has
been re-wired, pat tested and ready to be hung, each jib has three lights on it, with a capstan at the top and a ship’s wheel underneath.

 



ANF News

SAVE THE DATE - The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia - 2 – 7 November 2021

A six arm yaught chandelier

Hatchwell Antiques - This six arm chandelier in the form of ships bow was formerly hung in the Royal Swedish Yacht Club in Stockholm which
is the largest and oldest yacht club in Sweden and one of the five oldest in the world, established 15 May 1830. This stunning chandelier has
been re-wired, pat tested and ready to be hung, each jib has three lights on it, with a capstan at the top and a ship’s wheel underneath.

Event: The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia
Organiser: Clarion Events Ltd
Venue: Olympia Exhibition Centre, Hammersmith Rd, London W14 8UX
Date: 2 – 7 November 2021 (Preview 1 November)
 
FOLLOW THIS ORGANISER:
 
facebook Twitter Insta  

 

extremely rare George III tea caddy Mary Cooke Antiques-

Mary Cooke Antiques - This is an extremely rare George III tea caddy, made in London by Augustin Le Sage, 1767. Modelled to simulate the chests
in which tea was imported from China, this is one of the rarest designs of English Tea Caddy to be found.

ABOUT THIS FAIR:

Following an enforced break in 2020, organisers of the Winter Art & Antiques Fair are thrilled to be returning to Olympia London, celebrating the 30th anniversary of this prestigeous event, from 2 – 7 November, with the Preview on 1 November.

Running for 30 years, the Fair traditionally takes centre stage in the British art and antiques fair calendar. The gallery of the National Hall at Olympia London is brought to life with 70 of the UK's finest specialist dealers bringing an exceptional range of over 20,000 pieces, presenting a treasure trove of irresistible art, antiques, furniture, jewellery and collectors’ pieces to discover and buy.

Relevant to trade and collectors alike, the flagship event continues to focus on high quality pieces of interest to discerning collectors, interior designers, art and antiques enthusiasts and home makers.

beautiful ash and elm comb back windsor chair with rockers 1780 peter bunting antiques

Peter Bunting Antiques - Relax in this beautiful ash and elm comb back Windsor chair with rockers, 1780.

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

Taking place in November, the Fair is London's last important art and antiques fair in the capital before Christmas. Running alongside the Spirit of Christmas Fair, gives the event an extra seasonal sparkle and luxurious atmosphere.

Mary Claire Boyd, Fair Director says: “We are thrilled to once more be opening the doors of the Winter Art & Antiques Fair, to celebrate our 30th year. Whether you are interested in modern art, period furniture, jewellery or stylish art deco pieces, our dealers are true experts in their field and are ready to inspire.

The health and safety of our beloved exhibitors and loyal visitors is of the upmost importance to us and so we will be following guidelines, in accordance with Government requirements to ensure the Fair is a welcoming and enjoyable experience for all.”

For further news, ticket information and to be kept up to date on the Winter Arts & Antiques Fair, please sign up to the e-newsletter at www.olympia-antiques.com.

This beautiful askos serving vessel is being offered by Brian Watson Antique Glass

Brian Watson Antique Glass - A beautiful askos serving vessel, English and made c.1870, it has a plated metal mount showing a hippocampus
and a handle of twisted grapevines and the glass body is frosted

Philip Carrol Antiques Japanese ‘Imari’ barbers bowl, c- 1700- Edo Period-

Philip Carrol Antiques - Japanese ‘Imari’ barbers bowl, c. 1700. Edo Period. An essential piece of equipment for any barber in the 17th century,
this hand painted barbers' bowl, is in the Imari style. With a jardiniere of flowering plants it is unusually enamelled in Kutani taste and has a recess
for the neck, and original twin pierced holes for suspension. Height: 8.5 cm, 3 1/4”. Width: 26 cm, 10 1/8”.

TICKET INFO:
For more information, visit The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia

 

Visit;

ANF Calendar for future fair dates

Fairs + Dealers to read more about The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia

 

Cover Image: Hatchwell Antiques - This six arm chandelier in the form of ships bow was formerly hung in the Royal Swedish Yacht Club in Stockholm which
is the largest and oldest yacht club in Sweden and one of the five oldest in the world, established 15 May 1830. This stunning chandelier has
been re-wired, pat tested and ready to be hung, each jib has three lights on it, with a capstan at the top and a ship’s wheel underneath.