Art Antiques London, Kensington Gardens, 12th-18th June 2014.
It is quite appropriate that this fair which attracts international dealers, collectors and connoisseurs in the lovely setting of Kensington Gardens should be on the site of the 1851 Great Exhibition.
Yellow gold and platinum
Schweben, inspired by Kandinsky’s 1927 work ‘Schweben’.
This piece forms part of the Kandinsky kollektion of jewellery which was produced in 1969 by Cornelia
Roethel and Max Pollinger. The pieces are their interpretation of Kandinsky’s original jewellery designs
Signed Nach Kandinsky 5/20
3.9 x 4.8 cms
It is well-known for the wide variety of art and antiques on display, especially ceramics and for the first time this year they will have an Asian Art in London ‘Pavilion’ in which twenty-one dealers will show a variety of contemporary and antique Asian arts. The theme “Women in Art” will be celebrated through depiction and representations from ancient to modern.
ROELL FINE ART
A cabinet, Cape of Good Hope, last quarter 18th century.
Stinkwood, amboyna, satin wood, oak and pine with original silver escutcheons and handles by Daniel
Heinrich Schmidt (1741-1811)
Height: 255 cm, width: 180 cm, depth: 75 cm.
Among the very popular lectures that are a well-established feature of the fair is Face To Face: Dame Rosalind Savill In Conversation With The Duke Of Devonshire on Monday, 16th June. It is hosted by 1stdibs who are the fair’s sponsors.
E & H Manners
An Early Meissen Chinoiserie teapot and cover
1723 – 1724
K.P M. and crossed swords in underglaze blue.
Height – 11.50cm
The K.P.M. mark, for Königliche Porzellanmanufaktur Meissen, over a large crossed swords was introduced from December 1722 and used until 1724, it only occurs on teapots and sugar boxes.
t this early and most inventive period of chinoiserie decoration there were only about six painters employed under the direction Johann Gregorius Höroldt, attribution to a particular hand is uncertain but this type is often attributed to the hand of Philipp Schindler.
The panels of chinoiseries are painted within laub und bandelwerk cartouches with panels of Böttger lustre.
A & J Speelman
A gilt copper repoussé portrait of Tibetan monk Tsugla Gyatso
西藏喇嘛 Tsugla Gyatso 肖像
Height: 64 x Width: 50 x Depth 35 cm
Address: Albert Memorial West Lawn, Kensington Gardens, Queen’s Gate, Kensington Gore, London, SW7, UK. The West Lawn is next to The Albert Memorial and directly opposite The Royal Albert Hall.
Fair Opening Times : Daily, 11am – 7pm, except Sunday and last day 11am – 6pm.
General Admission: £15.
‘Ditton below Chesterton,’ near Cambridge
Oil on Paper
In the original carved giltwood frame by ‘Atherton, Market Hill, Cambridge.’
Art Antiques London Lecture Programme
To order tickets and see synopsis of lectures visit: www.artantiqueslondon.com/lectures
Tickets purchased at the Fair £15.00 each lecture
PETA SMYTH ANTIQUE TEXTILES
A French needlework panel
Harlequin & Clumbine
C. 1720 – 1740
32 ½ “ x 23” (82.5cm x 65.5cm) Framed
The Silver Fund
Jean E. Puiforcat Tray
Sterling silver and white onyx. Mexico circa 1943.
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