BADA ANTIQUES FAIR

March 12, 2015 / OLD news posts
  • ‘Winnie the Pooh’ (2013) by Banksy, exhibited by Haynes Fine Art of Broadway

    ‘Winnie the Pooh’ (2013) by Banksy, exhibited by Haynes Fine Art of Broadway

  • ‘Composition Abstraite’ by Bela de Kristo, exhibited by John Adams Fine Art

    ‘Composition Abstraite’ by Bela de Kristo, exhibited by John Adams Fine Art

  • ‘Two Black Pears’ (2008) by Mary Fedden, exhibited by Beaux Arts London

    ‘Two Black Pears’ (2008) by Mary Fedden, exhibited by Beaux Arts London

  • A decorative pair of frosted glass claret jugs (1840), manufactured by Mortimer and Hunt and exhibited by J H Bourdon-Smith Ltd

    A decorative pair of frosted glass claret jugs (1840), manufactured by Mortimer and Hunt and exhibited by J H Bourdon-Smith Ltd

  • Queen Anne wing chair  (c. 1815) upholstered in silk and wool needlework, exhibited by Richard Courtney Ltd

    Queen Anne wing chair (c. 1815) upholstered in silk and wool needlework, exhibited by Richard Courtney Ltd

The British Antique Dealers’ Association (BADA) Fair comes to London’s Chelsea next week, bringing fine antique and contemporary furniture, paintings and objets d’art to a discerning audience. Almost 100 renowned art and antiques dealers from around the UK will exhibit at the show, with this year’s trends including a rise in the number of Oriental-style European pieces from the 19th and 19th century, an exquisite range of jewellery and a selection of British clocks dating from the 17th century onwards. Scroll through the gallery to see a few of the fair’s highlights.

Special offer: ELLE Decoration readers can claim a complimentary pair of tickets (normally worth £15) here.

March 18–24, Duke of York Square, London SW3 (bada-antiques-fair.co.uk)