Art Antiques London opened to the public on Friday 24th June 2016, attracting a significant number of serious collectors, museum curators and visitors from all over the world.
Here's a quick round-up of who sold what throughout the six-day event:
Nymphenburg coffee pot and cover, c1765, sold in the region of £20,000.
- - Erroll Manners of E & H Manners sold a Nymphenburg coffee pot and cover, c1765, in the region of £20,000.
- - The Brian Haughton Gallery sold pieces in the region of £5,000-£20,000 to both private collectors and institutions.
- - Amongst many other items, Johnny Gorman of Quantum Contemporary Art sold four paintings to an American couple for £48,000 on the closing day.
- - Ted Few, a dealer in idiosyncratic works of art, made many sales including a small case of spiders from the 1820s in the region of £1,500, and some ancient bronze statuettes from the Hohenzollern Collection.
- - Mark Goodger sold several traditional 19th century pieces, including a green tortoiseshell caddy, c 1790, in the region of £8,000.
- - The Canon Gallery sold works in the region of £1,000-6,000, including a watercolour of San Gimignano by George Howard, the Earl of Carlisle.
- - David Pickup enjoyed sales from £500 to £10,000 in mostly decorative arts, paintings, mirrors and small pieces of furniture.
- - London Glassblowing, a first time exhibitor, brought a colourful contemporary look to the fair, selling pieces from Sabrina Cant, Peter Layton, Hanne Eviemark & Louis Thompson, Tim Rawlinson, Bruce Marks and Alison Lowry.
- - Peter Cameron sold a 17th century silver and tortoiseshell box bearing a coat of arms to someone descended from the family, in the region of £8,000.
Several of the participating dealers commented that the fair met and often exceeded their expectations for successful sales this year.
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