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NEW EXHIBITOR PREVIEW FOR LAPADA LONDON 2016
With all 113 exhibitor places selling out in May, one of the most eagerly awaited events of the year, The LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair takes place in Berkeley Square, London, from Tuesday 13 September until Sunday 18 September 2016.
Held in the very heart of London's exclusive Mayfair district and only open to LAPADA members, the 8th edition has attracted a number of exciting new exhibitors:
D Larsson Antikhandel & Interior - award winning Antiques Young Gun member based in Helsingborg, Sweden, specialist in predominantly C18th and C19th Swedish painted furniture and decorative arts, has a reputation for sourcing fine quality examples, individually selected for their design, integrity and original historic surfaces.
R. N. Myers & Son will offer beautiful antique furniture, ceramics and works of art, including English and some European furniture with an emphasis on the 17th and 18th centuries, English and Oriental ceramics, paintings, textiles, works of art or more unusual oddities.
Tim Saltwell will bring a selection of his finest 19th and early 20th century English and Continental furniture, bronzes, ormolu, mirrors and French clocks.
Pushkin Antiques Ltd will offer an exceptional selection of silver from England, China, Germany, India, Burma, Europe and Russia alongside collectables, including Louis Vuitton travel cases and luxury interior pieces.
Richard Hoppé Fine Antiques will bring continental glass, scent bottles, ceramic tiles. M&D Moir will also bring glass, including Art Nouveau and Art Deco pieces by the great makers René Lalique, Emile Gallé, Daum and Loetz, amongst others.
Kevin Page Oriental Art Limited will offer fine Japanese works of art from the Meiji era (1868-1912) including multi-metalware, Jizai, Okimono, lacquer and Shibayama, Satsuma, Netsuke, and cloissone, as well as Chinese ceramics and furniture.
Serhat Ahmet Ltd will be exhibiting a diverse range of fine European porcelain, including Meissen, KPM Berlin, Sèvres and Vienna, and objets de vertu from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.
Michael German Antiques, specialist in antique walking canes, fine arms and armour, and interesting maritime artefacts, will showcase a selection of works from these fascinating and unusual subjects.
Gideon Hatch will bring a selection of his contemporary rug designs, as well as antique rugs and textiles.
Portal Painters will exhibit work from artists Lizzie Riches, Peter Layzell and Steve Easby, whose finely detailed figurative paintings have a surreal flavour.
Beaux Arts Bath will offer works from pre-eminent, established and emerging contemporary sculptors and painters, including Andrew Crocker, Anna Gillespie, Anthony Scott, Elisabeth Frink, Nathan Ford and Simon Allen.
Flying Colours Gallery will showcase distinctive and desirable fine art paintings, with an emphasis on well known Scottish artists.
Whitford Fine Art will bring European and British 20th century painting and sculpture, with an emphasis on Modernism, Post-War Abstraction and Pop Art, artists include Caziel, Clive Barker, William Gear and Georges Bernède.
Manya Igel Fine Arts will showcase a fine selection of 20th and 21st century British art, notably by Royal Academicians, the NEAC and other established artists.
Boundary Gallery will offer works from Modern British artists, including David Bomberg, Jacob Epstein, Josef Herman, Bernard Meninsky, Morris Kestelman, Alfred Wolmark, Jacob Kramer and the contemporary figurative artists Breuer-Weil and Lawson.
John Iddon Fine Art will also show Modern British art from the 1930s to the present day, including distinguished Royal Academicians. Artists include: David Hockney, Donald Hamilton Fraser, Simon Palmer, Anne Swankie and Lucy Pratt, as well younger contemporary artists such as Melissa Scott-Miller.
Jewellery dealers participating for the first time include seventh generation dealer of fine antique jewellery, A Rakyan Collection, and Nigel Milne, who specialises in fine quality period and contemporary jeweller
C18th Swedish Rococo Tray table from D Larsson Interior & Antikhandel
Mark Gertler ‘Ballet Scene’, £39,000 from Boundary Gallery
Simon Allen ‘Reef’ on carved wood, £14,000 from Beaux Arts Bath
Ken Howard ‘Running Child’, £35,000 from Manya Igel Fine Arts
Whyn Lewis ‘Wayword’, £7,950 from Portal Painters
Werke Ehrang stylized floral tile from Richard Hoppé Fine Antiques
18ct yellow gold anchor link bracelet, £9,250 from Nigel Milne
Archibald Knox for Liberty & co. champagne bucket £2,250 from Titus Omega
Art deco jade, diamond, and onyx clip brooch set in 18ct gold, £11,000 from Nigel Milne
19th century Indian cutch solid silver tea set on tray, £7,595 from Pushkin Antiques
Pair of multimetal and enamel cases decorated with snakes, £160,000 from Kevin Page Oriental
David Hockney ‘Anne Combing Her Hair’ from John Iddon Fine Art
Edwards & Roberts satinwood cabinet, £2,950 from Tim Saltwell
The LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair 2016 takes place from Tuesday 13 September until Sunday 18 September 2016, at Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London. For a tickets, times and a full exhibitor list visit LAPADA.