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THE WINTER ART & ANTIQUES FAIR, OLYMPIA : THE HIGHLIGHTS
The Winter Art and Antiques Fair, Olympia, 31 October until 6 November 2016, exhibitor highlights are revealed. More than 100 exhibitors will focus on furniture, art, ceramics, sculpture, silverware, fossils, jewellery, textiles and glassware, with pieces ranging from the Jurassic Period through to the late C20th.
Pair of coral, diamond and 18ct gold earrings from the 1969s. Exhibitor: Anthea AG Antiques.
Japanese bronze of a roaring tiger, signed in a reserve Genryusai Seiya zo. 81.50cm wide 32.00cm high 36.00cm deep. Exhibitor: Laura Bordignon.
Orange and white Meissen vase and cover. Exhibitor: Serhat Ahmed.
Brass metamorphic occasional coffee table with a second tier. France 1950. Height 16in diameter 28in. Exhibitor: Thomas Woodham Smith.
Charles II period hour striking and repeating spring table clock signed by Joseph Knibb. Circa 1680-1685. Height 12in (30cm). Exhibitor: Howard Walwyn Fine Antique Clocks.
'Passion for the Poppy' vase by Heidi Warr, 2005. 13in high, 5in wide. Exhibitor: Signed and Designed.
The Study for Silver Morning by Sir John Arnesby Brown who represented Britain at the Venice Biannale in 1934. Oil on canvas, 1909, 35 x 40cm. Exhibitor: George Babbington.
One of a set of 16 Regency period mahogany rope twist chairs. Exhibitor Patrick Sandberg Antiques.
Indian Filing cabinets in Araash Fresco by Muirne Kate Dineen. Exhibitor: SVL Gallery.
A Regency Period Mahogany and Brass Inlaid Sabre Legged Window Seat, c 1815, English. Height: 27.75in. (70.48cm) Width: 54in. (137.16cm) Depth: 19.50in. (49.53cm). Exhibitor: Wakelin & Linfield.
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