£10 at the door - free re-admission with programme.
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Welcome to the sixth annual Mayfair Antiques & Fine Art Fair 4 - 7 January 2018 - date TBC
When The Antiques Dealers Fair Limited launched its prestigious Mayfair event at The London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square in January 2013 it was very favourably received, and became an instant fixture on the capital's fairs schedule. The five-star hotel in the heart of Mayfair is the perfect venue with the elegant Westminster Ballroom providing an ideal backdrop for our annual event of distinction which will return in 2018.
The fair features some forty distinguished specialist exhibitors, drawn primarily from BADA and LAPADA The Association of Art & Antiques Dealers. The aim is to present a varied selection of high quality art and antiques, giving visitors the opportunity to browse and acquire the finest furniture, sculpture, silver, oil paintings and watercolours, jewellery, ceramics, antiquities, glass, lighting, clocks, watches, 20th century design pieces and many other decorative and rare objects spanning the centuries.
Also present are craft scholars representing QEST (The Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust), show casing their talent, demonstrating their skills and selling their creations.
The Mayfair Antiques & Fine Art Fair at The London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square is a traditional, high quality event featuring over forty stands in the Westminster Ballroom and foyer.
Now firmly established as the first major event of the new year in London, the fair offers a wide variety of objects and works of art spanning the centuries with exhibitors primarily drawn from BADA and LAPADA.
Visitors enjoy the relaxed atmosphere, the variety on offer and the comfortable surroundings of the five-star hotel in the heart of Mayfair.
For further information please contact The Antiques Dealers Fair Limited
+44 (0)1797 252030
List of exhibitors 2017
|Amherst Antiques||Specialist in fine antique Tunbridgeware|
|Ancient & Oriental||London's leading purveyors in ancient and mediaeval coins and antiquities|
|Anthea A G Antiques||Fine quality antique and designer jewellery|
|Ashleigh House Fine Art||Fine 18th to 20th century oil paintings|
|Atelier Ltd||Specialists in 17th to early 20th century paintings, particularly views of the Channel Islands and London Thames|
|Baron Fine Art||Fine quality oil paintings, watercolours and etchings|
|Tanya Baxter Contemporary||Contemporary Chinese and Modern British art|
|J H Bourdon-Smith Ltd||Fine quality 17th to 20th century silver|
|Cambridge Fine Art||Fine quality 18th to 20th century British and Continental paintings|
|Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd||Fine quality antique silver|
|Fileman Antiques||Fine antique lighting and glass|
|Matthew Foster||20th century design|
|Garret & Hurst Sculpture||Bronzes and sculpture by the Master sculptors of the 19th century. Featuring contemporary works by Margot Homan and Robert Glen|
|The Gilded Lily||Glamorous and wearable fine jewellery|
|Mark Angelo-Gizzi||QEST craft scholar|
|Jonathan Harris Studio Glass Ltd||Engraved cameo and collectible art glass|
|Wayne Hart||QEST craft scholar|
|Haynes Fine Art||Dealers in quality 16th to 20th century paintings in London and the Cotswolds|
|Hickmet Fine Arts||European bronze sculpture, art glass and period furniture|
|Holland Murray Fine Art||20th century British paintings, sculpture, works on paper, prints, textiles and ceramics|
|Manya Igel Fine Arts||Traditional modern British art|
|Stephen Kalms Antiques||Fine English and Continental silver|
|Eleanor Lachab||QEST craft scholar|
|Jeroen Markies Art Deco||Specialists in Art Deco furniture and decorative objects|
|Markov||Fine jewellery, decorative and applied arts|
|Thomas Merrett||QEST craft scholar|
|M & D Moir||Art Nouveau and Art Deco glass by the great makers|
|Morgan Strickland Decorative Arts||Specialists in Art Nouveau, Arts & Crafts, Aesthetic Movement, Art Deco and 20th century design|
|Stephen Morris||Packing & shipping services|
|NFU Mutual||Insurance and financial products|
|Nigel Norman Fine Jewels||Fine period jewellery, specialising in cuff links|
|Jenny Pickford||QEST craft scholar|
|Richard Price||Antiquarian horologists|
|QEST||The Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust|
|Joey Richardson||QEST craft scholar|
|T Robert||Antique jewellery, early rare silver and objets d'art|
|Saunders Fine Art||Fine 18th to 20th century British and Continental paintings|
|Spread a Smile||Registered charity no 1152205|
|Carolyn Stoddart-Scott||Antique pottery, porcelain and decorative items|
|Timewise||Antique and vintage watches|
|S & S Timms Antiques Ltd||Fine 18th and 19th century furniture and works of art|
|Walton House Antiques||Fine quality antique furniture, clocks and works of art|
|Brian Watson Antique Glass||Fine antique glass|
|Mark J West||18th to early 20th century English and Continental glass|
|Wimpole Antiques||Fine wearable period jewellery 1790-1970 with signed pieces|
The London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square
London W1K 6JP
Fusing contemporary chic with classic luxury, the 5-star London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square is the perfect venue for a high quality fair. The Mayfair location, close to Park Lane and Oxford Street, is in the vibrant core of the historic West End, easily accessible by foot, car or public transport. Originally built as a townhouse, the bedrooms are tastefully designed with plush bedding, garden views, flat screen TVs and WiFi internet. Select rooms open onto private garden terraces with fireplace. The hotel also boasts Gordon Ramsay dining experiences, including Michelin-starred maze and maze Grill. Cocktails are best enjoyed at the new bar, The Luggage Room, capturing the essence and style of London in the 1920’s.
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