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Preview of the 49th Art & Antiques Fair Olympia

_Antique  Olivewood Stationery Box

Antique Olivewood Stationery Box. Exhibitor: Mark Goodger Antiques

 

Event: The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia
Organiser: Clarion Events
Venue: Olympia Grand, London, W14 8UX
Date: 23-26 June 2022, Private Preview 22 June
 
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10167 Italian marble centre table

Italian marble centre table, 1890-1910. Exhibitor: Robin Martin Antiques

 

ABOUT THIS FAIR:

Returning to Olympia in June for its much missed Summer edition is The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia. Discover an extraordinary range of stock from Art Nouveau stained glass panels to Charles I pendants, from Picasso lithographs to Gillows dressing tables and from Ukrainian art to Lalique glass

The organisers of The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia are delighted to announce exhibitor highlights for the 49th edition of its flagship fair. The Fair will take place from June 22 (preview) to June 26 entirely on the ground level in Olympia Grand - the largest of the famous Victorian halls with the iconic domed roof.

collingwood smith 

The Jubilee by Wlliam Collingwood Smith. Exhibitor: Walker Gallery

Apollo 2

Ancient Egyptian cartonnage mask, Ca. 332-30 BC. Exhibitor: Apollo Galleries

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Tiffany Petite Sonnerie carriage clock encased in
rhodonite. Exhibitor: Lennox Cato

 

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

New exhibitors arriving at the west Kensington venue in June include furniture dealer and BBC Antiques Roadshow expert Lennox Cato, jewellery dealer Moira, prints specialist Isaac and Ede, Chinese ceramics dealer Santos and Antiquities dealer Apollo Galleries.

With a gallery based in Bloomsbury, Apollo Galleries brings antiquities of great historical quality which are extremely buyable. Their collection encompasses all aspects of collecting and appreciating ancient art, antiquities, and coins. 

New exhibitor Lennox Cato brings a Tiffany Petite Sonnerie carriage clock encased in rhodonite (image 1 top left). The gilt bronze decoration is possibly by Leon Message (1842 - 1901) who was was a French sculptor.On the back of the clock placed between laurel leaf ormolu decoration, is a 'Tiffany & Co' label. Fellow furniture dealer, Robin Martin Antiques has an equally ornate large rectangular lapis lazuli-mounted, engraved gilt bronze casket 1860-80, applied with a variety of bronze-cased samples. It is probably Russian.

S&S Timms Antiques deal in English furniture and have a rare pair of mahogany dressing tables, c1830, attributed to Gillows of Lancaster who supplied some of the finest country houses of their time.

Walker Galleries has a painting relating to this summer's Jubilee theme, a watercolour by William Harding Collingham Smith 1848 - 1922. It is a view of Kensington High Street at the intersection with Kensington Church Street, on Queen Victoria's Jubilee in 1897.
Thomas Spencer brings a John Nash RA (1915-2012) Whiteleaf Hill, watercolour and pencil on paper, signed, 1920 (12.75 x 15.5 inches paper size) (image 3 bottom left). This work has not been seen in public since the 1967 retrospective of John Nash in the Royal Academy.

Hickmet Antiques has a bronze 'Hunter at Rest' by John Willis-Good dated c 1870. Willis-Good was one of the very few English animal sculptors. Bronze sculpture was very much focused in France in the 19th century. The artist exhibited horses and dogs at the Royal Academy from 1870 – 1878. As another tie-in with the Jubilee celebrations, the dealer also has a bronze corgi sculpture.
Mark Goodger has an extraordinary variety of antiques boxes and accessories from Lalique car mascots to Victorian inkwells. Coming to Olympia is an impressive seven piece Boulle Desk set, Made by Asprey, from a Royal household, the “Earl & Countess of Guilford” who lived at the Mansion House, Waldershare Park. It is dated 1880.

Apollo 1

Checked large Roman marble figure of Cupid holding grapes - ex R.Sorge collection. Exhibitor: Apollo Galleries.

  

 

 

TICKET INFO:

Admission: Tickets from £10. The show runs alongside Spirit of Summer Fair and tickets will include entry to both.

For more information and a full exhibitors list visit The Olympia Art & Antiques Fair

Opening Times:
Private Preview Wednesday 22 June: 3pm - 8pm
Thursday-Saturday: 10:30am - 6:00pm
Sunday: 10:30am - 5:00pm

 

Visit;

ANF Calendar for future fair dates

Fairs + Dealers - The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia

 

 



ANF News

Preview of the 49th Art & Antiques Fair Olympia

_Antique  Olivewood Stationery Box

Antique Olivewood Stationery Box. Exhibitor: Mark Goodger Antiques

 

Event: The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia
Organiser: Clarion Events
Venue: Olympia Grand, London, W14 8UX
Date: 23-26 June 2022, Private Preview 22 June
 
FOLLOW THIS ORGANISER:
 
facebook Twitter Insta  

 

10167 Italian marble centre table

Italian marble centre table, 1890-1910. Exhibitor: Robin Martin Antiques

 

ABOUT THIS FAIR:

Returning to Olympia in June for its much missed Summer edition is The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia. Discover an extraordinary range of stock from Art Nouveau stained glass panels to Charles I pendants, from Picasso lithographs to Gillows dressing tables and from Ukrainian art to Lalique glass

The organisers of The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia are delighted to announce exhibitor highlights for the 49th edition of its flagship fair. The Fair will take place from June 22 (preview) to June 26 entirely on the ground level in Olympia Grand - the largest of the famous Victorian halls with the iconic domed roof.

collingwood smith 

The Jubilee by Wlliam Collingwood Smith. Exhibitor: Walker Gallery

Apollo 2

Ancient Egyptian cartonnage mask, Ca. 332-30 BC. Exhibitor: Apollo Galleries

08

Tiffany Petite Sonnerie carriage clock encased in
rhodonite. Exhibitor: Lennox Cato

 

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

New exhibitors arriving at the west Kensington venue in June include furniture dealer and BBC Antiques Roadshow expert Lennox Cato, jewellery dealer Moira, prints specialist Isaac and Ede, Chinese ceramics dealer Santos and Antiquities dealer Apollo Galleries.

With a gallery based in Bloomsbury, Apollo Galleries brings antiquities of great historical quality which are extremely buyable. Their collection encompasses all aspects of collecting and appreciating ancient art, antiquities, and coins. 

New exhibitor Lennox Cato brings a Tiffany Petite Sonnerie carriage clock encased in rhodonite (image 1 top left). The gilt bronze decoration is possibly by Leon Message (1842 - 1901) who was was a French sculptor.On the back of the clock placed between laurel leaf ormolu decoration, is a 'Tiffany & Co' label. Fellow furniture dealer, Robin Martin Antiques has an equally ornate large rectangular lapis lazuli-mounted, engraved gilt bronze casket 1860-80, applied with a variety of bronze-cased samples. It is probably Russian.

S&S Timms Antiques deal in English furniture and have a rare pair of mahogany dressing tables, c1830, attributed to Gillows of Lancaster who supplied some of the finest country houses of their time.

Walker Galleries has a painting relating to this summer's Jubilee theme, a watercolour by William Harding Collingham Smith 1848 - 1922. It is a view of Kensington High Street at the intersection with Kensington Church Street, on Queen Victoria's Jubilee in 1897.
Thomas Spencer brings a John Nash RA (1915-2012) Whiteleaf Hill, watercolour and pencil on paper, signed, 1920 (12.75 x 15.5 inches paper size) (image 3 bottom left). This work has not been seen in public since the 1967 retrospective of John Nash in the Royal Academy.

Hickmet Antiques has a bronze 'Hunter at Rest' by John Willis-Good dated c 1870. Willis-Good was one of the very few English animal sculptors. Bronze sculpture was very much focused in France in the 19th century. The artist exhibited horses and dogs at the Royal Academy from 1870 – 1878. As another tie-in with the Jubilee celebrations, the dealer also has a bronze corgi sculpture.
Mark Goodger has an extraordinary variety of antiques boxes and accessories from Lalique car mascots to Victorian inkwells. Coming to Olympia is an impressive seven piece Boulle Desk set, Made by Asprey, from a Royal household, the “Earl & Countess of Guilford” who lived at the Mansion House, Waldershare Park. It is dated 1880.

Apollo 1

Checked large Roman marble figure of Cupid holding grapes - ex R.Sorge collection. Exhibitor: Apollo Galleries.

  

 

 

TICKET INFO:

Admission: Tickets from £10. The show runs alongside Spirit of Summer Fair and tickets will include entry to both.

For more information and a full exhibitors list visit The Olympia Art & Antiques Fair

Opening Times:
Private Preview Wednesday 22 June: 3pm - 8pm
Thursday-Saturday: 10:30am - 6:00pm
Sunday: 10:30am - 5:00pm

 

Visit;

ANF Calendar for future fair dates

Fairs + Dealers - The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia