The Chelsea Antiques Spring Fair

The Chelsea Antiques Spring Fair, Chelsea Old Town Hall, King’s Road, London SW3, 18– 22 March 2015
Jacques Fath by Serge Ivanoff,1940's Bagshawe Fine Art

Jacques Fath by Serge Ivanoff,1940’s
Bagshawe Fine Art

Visitors to this fair, as its organiser Caroline Penman points out,  “keep commenting how welcoming our Fair is and they admire the fact that there is a lot of choice at reasonable prices. Many locals return to the Fair for several days, but we also get a huge amount of foreign visitors, who all tend to find something to take home with them.”

A fine quality 15ct. gold amethyst and ruby bee brooch, c 1900 T Robert

A fine quality 15ct. gold amethyst and ruby bee brooch, c 1900
T Robert

Chelsea Town Hall provides the right setting for this boutique-style fair which offers a wide variety to tempt you with prices ranging from £50 up into the thousands of pounds.  This year the fair’s dateline goes up to the 1970s.  The fair is once again supporting the local charity Children’s Hospital Trust Fund.


Sergio Rodrigues, Kilin Chair, 1973  Hayloft Mid Century

Sergio Rodrigues, Kilin Chair, 1973
Hayloft Mid Century

Irish Road Bowlers attributed to Nathaniel Grogan Jnr, ca 1790 Bagshawe Fine Art

Irish Road Bowlers attributed to Nathaniel Grogan Jnr, ca 1790
Bagshawe Fine Art