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The Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair - 3-8 October 2017

 

 

Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair Battersea


 


Event: The Autumn Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair
Organiser: Harvey (Management Services) Ltd
Venue: Battersea Evolution, Battersea Park, London SW11
Date: 3-8 October 2017

Enquiries:

Tel: 0207 616 9327


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Stothert & Trice - 1950’s Continental iron bird cage, £850

Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair Battersea

 

Jenna Burlingham Fine Art: Ivon Hitchens, oil on canvas 39.4 x 85cm

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Ruddy - Green glass jug c 1930, £135 (Ruddy).  Large green glass vase c.1930, £195 (Ruddy).  1930’s vase by Elchinger, £195 (Dorian Caffot de Fawes)

 

ABOUT THIS FAIR:

The Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair, London's most chic and favoured period design and antiques event, has pulled another gem out of their tricorn hat this Autumn, with a nautically themed foyer display entitled The Admiral's Eyrie, a gentleman’s study-come-sitting room with a twist of sea-farer’s folly.  

Formal antique furniture will mix with modern accent pieces, and accessories will encompass marine instruments, pictures and works of art, and C20th ‘boy’s toys’ such as WWII naval binoculars, lighthouse lamps and model boats.

Among the more quirky elements will be a large lamp from the Mumbles lighthouse in Swansea, a mid-1960s model of a Chris-Craft/Riva type motorboat, and a selection of sea charts and world maps.  Perfect for the cabinet of curiosities will be an antique coral fragment decoration mounted on a carved and gilded stand.

 

 
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Verde Gaban: Antique coral on base
 





WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

More than 160 exhibitors - all specialist dealers in antique and C20th design from Britain and Europe - will be taking part, ensuring an unrivalled selection of stunning pieces.  A Design Season highlight for interior designers and decorators, the event is guaranteed to attract private customers, members of the International design trade, retail buyers and film stylists, on the hunt for original and unique furniture, art and accessories.

New exhibitors at the Autumn 2017 Fair include McWhirter Antiques Ltd (Langton Street, London SW10), established for over 25 years, dealers in interesting and quirky furniture and works of art from the 18th century to the present day; Bleu Anglais (London, by appointment), with Chinese and Indigo folk textiles, and up on the Mezzanine, Inglis Hall Antiques (Heathfield, E. Sussex) with cabinet curiosities, unusual objets d’art, art and design.

The Organisers are also delighted to welcome back a number of dealers who have recently joined the Fair, including Nigel Bartlett, renowned dealer in architectural antiques and mantelpieces; Sjostrom Antik of Sweden with Scandi and Italian 20th century design; Galeria Miquel Alzueta of Barcelona and Girona with a pleasing mix of 18th century Catalan furniture and modernist designers such as Perrian and Prouvé blended with contemporary Spanish art; and Malby Maps Ltd, who joined the Fair earlier this year and specialise in fine antique and decorative maps and globes.

There will be a strong showing of art at the Autumn Fair, with leading galleries such as Anthony Hepworth, Jenna Burlingham Fine Art, Black Ink Masterprints, Julian Simon Fine Art Ltd, Darnley Fine Art and The Parker Gallery in attendance. 

 

The Fair is a go to event to judge trends in interior design and at the Spring Fair (4-9 April 2017), there was strong demand for classic country house antiques including chintz-upholstered sofas and seating by renowned firm, Howard & Sons, farmhouse tables and cabinets for free-standing kitchens, painted Scandinavian and English C18th furniture, and traditional accessories such as crystal glassware and chandeliers.  In C20th modern design, luxurious finishes such as lacquered goatskin were the trend, as were mid-century mirrors and statement furniture by leading Scandinavian makers. 

Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair Battersea

 

A late 17th century green glazed Safavid tile, Persian, circa 1670, Height: 25cm,  McWhirter Antiques Ltd.

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 Luke Honey - 1920’s French nain jeaune (yellow dwarf) game. £250


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Adam Calvert-Bently - Charles X French marquetry table. The tilt top inlaid with flowers and butterflies raised on a faceted stem with tripod base also inlaid. Birds eye maple and rosewood. £2,600

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 Newsum Antiques of Winchcombe - Vase and dish designed by Stig Lindberg for the Gustavsberg ceramics manufacturer.

Both 1950s. Vase (pictured): £425, Dish: £340


 

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Verde Gaban - A pair of 1970’s crystal and brass lamps, £500

 

TICKET INFO:

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Gaby van Schagen - A Swedish wooden squirrel made by Nysater, c1910, £275

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Gaby van Schagen - Swedish C18th painted pine triangular desk, £3500


Cover Image: Ruddy - Green glass jug c 1930, £135 (Ruddy).  Large green glass vase c.1930, £195 (Ruddy). 1930’s vase by Elchinger, £195 (Dorian Caffot de Fawes)

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