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The Winter Art & Antiques Fair Olympia returns for 2018
The fair is the last important art and antiques fair before Christmas and attracts thousands of collectors, connoisseurs, interior designers and canny Christmas shoppers.


LONDON.- The acclaimed Winter Art & Antiques Fair Olympia will return from October 29 to November 4 on the Gallery Level on the National Hall of Olympia London. The Fair takes place alongside Spirit of Christmas and the Luxury Travel Fair.

The fair is the last important art and antiques fair before Christmas and attracts thousands of collectors, connoisseurs, interior designers and canny Christmas shoppers. There are over 20,000 objects of outstanding quality and the winter nights give the event a seasonal sparkle and luxurious atmosphere.

There will be 70 of the UK's top dealers selling everything from diamonds to dining tables and from clocks to ceramics. Visitors can buy truly one-off pieces from famous names such as Lalique, Matisse, Meissen, Cartier and Asprey. There will be furniture dating from the 16th century to 20th century as well as Art Deco furniture and objects, Asian antiques, textiles and carpets, glass, mirrors, silver and art from old masters to contemporary.

Fair Director, Mary Claire Boyd said, 'For anyone looking for great craftsmanship and extraordinary one-of-a-kind pieces for a home or a collection, this is an important event in the London Winter art and antiques calendar'.

Dealers exhibiting include Wakelin & Linfield, Haynes Fine Art of Broadway, Anthea AG Antiques, Morgan Strickland Decorative Arts, Mary Cooke Antiques, Richard Price & Associates, Peter Bunting, S & S Timms, Atelier Ltd and Philip Carrol.

Every piece for sale is checked by a team of trade experts before the fair opens to ensure authenticity so new buyers can shop with confidence.

The fair will have its own entrance at the Apex corner on Hammersmith Road (above Pizza Express) and be accessible from Spirit of Christmas as well.





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