LONDON.- Visitors to The 19th BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair, the UKs premier national art and antiques Fair and showcase for more than 100 members of the prestigious British Antique Dealers Association, can expect to see these twenty highlights, plus much more, from 23-29 March 2011. Situated in one of Londons most affluent areas, the Duke of York Square, off Sloane Square, surrounded by luxury shops and restaurants, makes it the ideal location for visitors travelling from far and wide.
The Fair brings together the very best of the UKs art and antique dealers who offer for sale a fantastic variety of top quality furniture, paintings, silver, jewellery, ceramics, glass, clocks, design pieces and antique carpets. Long-standing participants Thomas Coulborn & Sons, Frank Partridge and Anthony Woodburn will bring items of the highest calibre while both Godson & Coles and Lucy Johnson juxtapose rare period English furniture alongside 20th-century British art. Seven newcomers are making their debut including Charles Mackinnon, Guy Peppiatt Fine Art and Freshfords Fine Antiques, while former Grosvenor House participant Michael Lipitich is returning.
The Loan Exhibition entitled Private Passions Two Great Private Collections, gives visitors a unique opportunity to view gallantry medals to Britains Special Forces collected by Leading international businessman Lord Ashcroft, and a magnificent selection of silver, bronzes and maiolica from The Schroder Collection, one of the worlds most important private collections.