LAPADA ART & ANTIQUES FAIR

LAPADA ART & ANTIQUES FAIR, Berkeley Square, Mayfair, 25 – 29 September.

Simon Hennessey An Alternative View of Tower Bridge 35 x 122 cm Acrylic on canvas Plus One Gallery B46

Simon Hennessey
An Alternative View of Tower Bridge
35 x 122 cm
Acrylic on canvas
Plus One Gallery B46

 Now in its fifth year at this popular central London location the fair once again displays a treasure-load of art and antiques to collectors and first-time buyers. Paintings, furniture, silver and jewellery are just some of the disciplines offered by the hundred dealers showing there.  Purchases can be made with confidence as each piece will have been vetted by an expert committee of fifty specialists.

Ejection seat by Martin Baker from Hatchwell Antiques

Ejection seat by Martin Baker from Hatchwell Antiques

Among new exhibitors at this year’s fair are GRIMA, Philip Mould Portrait Miniatures, Raffaello Pernici, Mayflower Antiques, the Japanese Gallery, and Hamptons Antiques.

AnEnglish 18 karat textured yellow gold wide bracelet set with citrines, emeralds and diamonds by Andrew Grima, 1967. From Lucas Rarities

AnEnglish 18 karat textured yellow gold wide bracelet set with citrines, emeralds and diamonds by Andrew Grima, 1967. From Lucas Rarities

The Fair entrance, restaurant and café have been decorated by the interior designer Guy Goodfellow.  He has drawn inspiration from the Georgian architecture (facades, rusticated stonework and street lighting) in the square and surrounding area.

     Manuel Lopez Herrera Title: ‘The Boss’ Medium: Oil on Board Size: 27 ½ x 51 ¼ ins / 70 x 130 cm Lucy B Campbell Fine Art


Manuel Lopez Herrera
Title: ‘The Boss’
Medium: Oil on Board
Size: 27 ½ x 51 ¼ ins / 70 x 130 cm
Lucy B Campbell Fine Art

For more details see the LAPADA Fait Website www.lapadalondon.com.

Rare Gentleman’s Art Deco “Hunting” Cased wristwatch C.1928, in 18ct. from Anthony Green Antiques

Rare Gentleman’s Art Deco “Hunting” Cased wristwatch C.1928, in 18ct. from Anthony Green Antiques

George III period mahogany four-poster bed from W.H. Harvey

George III period mahogany four-poster bed from W.H. Harvey

Rare Spitalfields silk engraved tea caddies, the one on the left is by John Touliet in 1790 and on the right is by Emick Romer in 1776 from Mary Cooke Antiques

Rare Spitalfields silk engraved tea caddies, the one on the left is by John Touliet in 1790 and on the right is by Emick Romer in 1776 from Mary Cooke Antiques

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