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London's longest running art and antiques fair adds extra days for 2019
Based in the iconic west Kensington venue, the Olympia fair attracts savvy Londoners, collectors and home owners, from the UK and much further afield, looking for inspiration and exceptional works of art.


LONDON.- 160 leading British and international art galleries and antique dealers are coming together for London's longest-running art and antiques fair. For 2019 the Art & Antiques Fair, Olympia has added extra days and now runs from the 19 - 28 June, 2019. Known for its extraordinary variety of furniture, art, sculpture and objects alongside jewellery, textiles glass and ceramics, there is a piece for every room in the house.

Based in the iconic west Kensington venue, the Olympia fair attracts savvy Londoners, collectors and home owners, from the UK and much further afield, looking for inspiration and exceptional works of art.

Interior Designers and bloggers are drawn to the decorative and quirky pieces for sale which help to create stylish and very individual spaces. Many of the exhibitors can only been seen at the Olympia fair.

Fair Director, Mary Claire Boyd, said, 'The 47thedition of this fair promises an exciting line up of dealers selling everything from diamond rings to dining tables. Our exhibitors track down and save their best pieces for this annual event, and discovering what they have uncovered is always exciting.

As well as finding out from dealers what the stories are behind the works, visitors also have the chance to enjoy the fascinating specialist talks by our experts'.

Every single object is checked before the fair opens to guarantee quality and originality. So shoppers can buy with complete confidence from a range of periods and styles – from antiquity to contemporary.





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