The BADA Fair’s unique venue, a purpose-built pavilion standing on the Duke of York Square, in the heart of Chelsea, provides the perfect setting for both browsers and buyers. Visitors enjoy facilities which are synonymous with the quality of the exhibits for sale: an a la carte lunch menu is offered by top caterers in the Fair’s own Cellini Restaurant with more sparkling refreshment available from the Taittinger Champagne Bar. Shippers are available to advise, pack and ship purchases to anywhere in the world.
Join collectors, interior designers, and devotees at the 40th Olympia International Fine Art &
Antiques Fair. London’s most established art and antiques fair will take place from Thursday
7th to Sunday 17th June, 2012. Attracting over 30,000 visitors the fair has, for many
years, been a destination for buyers searching for high calibre pieces that can't be found on
the high street.
An important trading place for the art and antiques world, 150 specialist dealers from around the
world keep their best pieces for this annual event.With prices ranging from £100 to £1 million the fair accommodates every level of collector.
The LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair is set within Berkeley Square, historic heart of the vibrant fine art arena that is Mayfair. Diversity and quality is key, attracting a wide audience of international and local buyers.
Exhibitors are experts in a wide range of disciplines, from medieval works of art to contemporary fine art, rare furniture and clocks to exquisite jewellery, sculptures and silverware, European porcelain to ceramic art, glass, coins & medals, maritime and aeronautical artefacts to objets vertu and all manner of collectors' curiosities.