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Chelsea Antiques Fair 23 – 27 March 2022

Antiques News & Fairs - The Chelsea Antiques Fair - 23 – 27 March 2022

Wick Antiques - An exceptional late George II mahogany settee, made for Anne Basset, daughter of Edmund Prideaux, 5th Baronet
of Netherton, attributed to William Hallett. Date: Circa 1756. Dimensions: Height 38 ½ inches Width 48 ½ inches. Priced at £58,500.

 

Event: The Chelsea Antiques Fair
Organiser: 2Covet
Venue: Chelsea Old Town Hall, King's Road, London, SW3 5EE
Date: 23 – 27 March 2022
 
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Antiques News & Fairs - The Chelsea Antiques Fair - 23 – 27 March 2022

Andrew Muir - A highly decorative and rare Carltonware animal design wall charger, c.1930. Priced at £2,800.

ABOUT THIS FAIR:
Back to the Future at Chelsea Antiques & Fine Art Fair
“Chelsea turns back the clock to move forward in style” - Rachel Fellman, Antiques Trade Gazette, 2021.

Following its highly acclaimed relaunch last September, the famous Chelsea Antiques & Fine Art Fair is now firmly established as one of London's major art and antique events of the spring season. The fair made its debut with a strong emphasis on quality, style and superb presentation attracting many plaudits from visitors and exhibitors.

Sophie Wood, the Fair Organiser, explains: "We are very excited to be presenting the fair in its traditional spring slot. With its new bold and stylish format our debut event as organisers was extremely well received. Now our exhibitors are returning to provide another sumptuous selection of the finest pieces available on the art market today."

Antiques News & Fairs - The Chelsea Antiques Fair - 23 – 27 March 2022

Mark Goodger Antiques - An extremely rare oval Anglo Indian Tea Chest made of solid rosewood with inlaid and engraved
lac filled decoration, made in Vizagapatam, circa 1800.Priced at £22,000.

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

Collectors of rare objects will be well served with some remarkable finds from the roster of exhibitors, including a superb Anglo Indian tea chest at £22,000 from Mark Goodger Antiques; a unique Japanese Meiji period carved wood and lacquered figure group depicting a fisherman fighting a huge octopus from Steve Sly Japanese Works of Art at more than £50,000; and a very special self-portrait oil painting by Mary Fedden RA OBE (1915 – 2012), pictured with her cat, on the stand of Kaye Michie Fine Art, priced at £36,000.

Among the most unusual and collectable pieces will be Lady Hamilton’s keepsake ‘orange blossom’ box for her wedding flowers from circa 1795 with a full history. This unique item of Nelson memorabilia belongs to Wick Antiques and has a ticket price of £6,600. Wick Antiques specialise mainly in English furniture with specialisms in globes and maritime collector’s items.

New exhibitor John Robertson, who specialises in fine paintings and prints, shows a superb etching by Stanley Anderson RA, depicting a violin maker engaged in his craft. Dating from 1948, this rare item in on sale for £1,100.

Among the exhibitors will be Hansord from Lincolnshire specialising in fine period furniture, works of art, clocks and scientific instruments; Hatchwell Antiques from the King’s Road showing antique telescopes and binoculars, maritime models, scientific instruments and aeronautical design; and Fileman Antiques from West Sussex with fine eighteenth and nineteenth century chandeliers, wall lights, candelabras, candle lustres and glass.

Mary Cooke Antiques shows fine English silver; David Brooker Fine Art from the USA has English and European paintings, Morgan Strickland Decorative Arts specialise in Arts & Crafts and Art Nouveau silver and glass, and T.Robert has jewellery and fine silver.

Also showing will be Midland dealer Andrew Muir and James Miles with decorative arts from the late 19th and 20th centuries; Mark Goodger Antiques with fine boxes and objets d’art; well-known clock specialist and Antiques Roadshow expert Richard Price and Timewise Vintage Watches.

Carolyn Stoddart-Scott shows porcelain and pottery; The Hunt Gallery from Sandwich showcase the artist Michal Hunt; Philip Carroll offers fine and rare porcelain; and Brian Watson Antique Glass specialises in English, Bohemian, German and French glass.

The fashionable King’s Road is the ideal location for an event that exudes a glamour sure to attract the most sophisticated art and antiques afficionados. "Our intention is to provide a sophisticated marketplace for connoisseurs and collectors, says Sophie. "and we will be enhancing the fair’s appeal even more this year."

Details of further developments at Chelsea Antiques Fair will be announced shortly. Fair website for background information, exhibitor details and Chelsea Fair history: The Chelsea Antiques Fair 

Antiques News & Fairs - The Chelsea Antiques Fair - 23 – 27 March 2022

Kaye Michie - A superb self-portrait by the artist Mary Fedden RA OBE (1915 – 2012), pictured with her cat.
Oil on canvas, 35′′ x 29′′. Priced at £36,000.

Antiques News & Fairs - The Chelsea Antiques Fair - 23 – 27 March 2022

Morgan Strickland Decorative Arts - A superb hand-painted Art Nouveau porcelain vase of a maiden painted by
Ernst Wahliss. (1836-1900) Ernst Wahliss was a leading Vienna retailer in porcelain and ceramic goods. His Vienna store
was established in 1863. His business was sosuccessful that he was able to open another store in London. Priced at £695.00.

 

TICKET INFO:

Admission £10.00 (Admits 2) Download your complimentary ticket here.

Collectors Preview Tuesday 22 March 2pm-6pm. Admission by Invitation Only

Evening Reception Tuesday 22 March 6pm-8pm (Refreshments with waiter service). Admission by Invitation Only

For information, exhibitor details and Chelsea Fair history visit Chelsea Antiques Fair

 

Visit;

ANF Calendar for future fair dates

Fairs + Dealers to read more about 2Covet

 

Cover Image: Wick Antiques - An exceptional late George II mahogany settee, made for Anne Basset, daughter of Edmund Prideaux, 5th Baronet of Netherton, attributed to William Hallett. Date: Circa 1756. Dimensions: Height 38 ½ inches Width 48 ½ inches. Priced at £58,500.

 



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Chelsea Antiques Fair 23 – 27 March 2022

Antiques News & Fairs - The Chelsea Antiques Fair - 23 – 27 March 2022

Wick Antiques - An exceptional late George II mahogany settee, made for Anne Basset, daughter of Edmund Prideaux, 5th Baronet
of Netherton, attributed to William Hallett. Date: Circa 1756. Dimensions: Height 38 ½ inches Width 48 ½ inches. Priced at £58,500.

 

Event: The Chelsea Antiques Fair
Organiser: 2Covet
Venue: Chelsea Old Town Hall, King's Road, London, SW3 5EE
Date: 23 – 27 March 2022
 
FOLLOW THIS ORGANISER:
 
facebook  Insta  

 

Antiques News & Fairs - The Chelsea Antiques Fair - 23 – 27 March 2022

Andrew Muir - A highly decorative and rare Carltonware animal design wall charger, c.1930. Priced at £2,800.

ABOUT THIS FAIR:
Back to the Future at Chelsea Antiques & Fine Art Fair
“Chelsea turns back the clock to move forward in style” - Rachel Fellman, Antiques Trade Gazette, 2021.

Following its highly acclaimed relaunch last September, the famous Chelsea Antiques & Fine Art Fair is now firmly established as one of London's major art and antique events of the spring season. The fair made its debut with a strong emphasis on quality, style and superb presentation attracting many plaudits from visitors and exhibitors.

Sophie Wood, the Fair Organiser, explains: "We are very excited to be presenting the fair in its traditional spring slot. With its new bold and stylish format our debut event as organisers was extremely well received. Now our exhibitors are returning to provide another sumptuous selection of the finest pieces available on the art market today."

Antiques News & Fairs - The Chelsea Antiques Fair - 23 – 27 March 2022

Mark Goodger Antiques - An extremely rare oval Anglo Indian Tea Chest made of solid rosewood with inlaid and engraved
lac filled decoration, made in Vizagapatam, circa 1800.Priced at £22,000.

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

Collectors of rare objects will be well served with some remarkable finds from the roster of exhibitors, including a superb Anglo Indian tea chest at £22,000 from Mark Goodger Antiques; a unique Japanese Meiji period carved wood and lacquered figure group depicting a fisherman fighting a huge octopus from Steve Sly Japanese Works of Art at more than £50,000; and a very special self-portrait oil painting by Mary Fedden RA OBE (1915 – 2012), pictured with her cat, on the stand of Kaye Michie Fine Art, priced at £36,000.

Among the most unusual and collectable pieces will be Lady Hamilton’s keepsake ‘orange blossom’ box for her wedding flowers from circa 1795 with a full history. This unique item of Nelson memorabilia belongs to Wick Antiques and has a ticket price of £6,600. Wick Antiques specialise mainly in English furniture with specialisms in globes and maritime collector’s items.

New exhibitor John Robertson, who specialises in fine paintings and prints, shows a superb etching by Stanley Anderson RA, depicting a violin maker engaged in his craft. Dating from 1948, this rare item in on sale for £1,100.

Among the exhibitors will be Hansord from Lincolnshire specialising in fine period furniture, works of art, clocks and scientific instruments; Hatchwell Antiques from the King’s Road showing antique telescopes and binoculars, maritime models, scientific instruments and aeronautical design; and Fileman Antiques from West Sussex with fine eighteenth and nineteenth century chandeliers, wall lights, candelabras, candle lustres and glass.

Mary Cooke Antiques shows fine English silver; David Brooker Fine Art from the USA has English and European paintings, Morgan Strickland Decorative Arts specialise in Arts & Crafts and Art Nouveau silver and glass, and T.Robert has jewellery and fine silver.

Also showing will be Midland dealer Andrew Muir and James Miles with decorative arts from the late 19th and 20th centuries; Mark Goodger Antiques with fine boxes and objets d’art; well-known clock specialist and Antiques Roadshow expert Richard Price and Timewise Vintage Watches.

Carolyn Stoddart-Scott shows porcelain and pottery; The Hunt Gallery from Sandwich showcase the artist Michal Hunt; Philip Carroll offers fine and rare porcelain; and Brian Watson Antique Glass specialises in English, Bohemian, German and French glass.

The fashionable King’s Road is the ideal location for an event that exudes a glamour sure to attract the most sophisticated art and antiques afficionados. "Our intention is to provide a sophisticated marketplace for connoisseurs and collectors, says Sophie. "and we will be enhancing the fair’s appeal even more this year."

Details of further developments at Chelsea Antiques Fair will be announced shortly. Fair website for background information, exhibitor details and Chelsea Fair history: The Chelsea Antiques Fair 

Antiques News & Fairs - The Chelsea Antiques Fair - 23 – 27 March 2022

Kaye Michie - A superb self-portrait by the artist Mary Fedden RA OBE (1915 – 2012), pictured with her cat.
Oil on canvas, 35′′ x 29′′. Priced at £36,000.

Antiques News & Fairs - The Chelsea Antiques Fair - 23 – 27 March 2022

Morgan Strickland Decorative Arts - A superb hand-painted Art Nouveau porcelain vase of a maiden painted by
Ernst Wahliss. (1836-1900) Ernst Wahliss was a leading Vienna retailer in porcelain and ceramic goods. His Vienna store
was established in 1863. His business was sosuccessful that he was able to open another store in London. Priced at £695.00.

 

TICKET INFO:

Admission £10.00 (Admits 2) Download your complimentary ticket here.

Collectors Preview Tuesday 22 March 2pm-6pm. Admission by Invitation Only

Evening Reception Tuesday 22 March 6pm-8pm (Refreshments with waiter service). Admission by Invitation Only

For information, exhibitor details and Chelsea Fair history visit Chelsea Antiques Fair

 

Visit;

ANF Calendar for future fair dates

Fairs + Dealers to read more about 2Covet

 

Cover Image: Wick Antiques - An exceptional late George II mahogany settee, made for Anne Basset, daughter of Edmund Prideaux, 5th Baronet of Netherton, attributed to William Hallett. Date: Circa 1756. Dimensions: Height 38 ½ inches Width 48 ½ inches. Priced at £58,500.