LONDON.- The 24th Winter Art & Antiques Fair
(3-9 November 2014) is the only high calibre art and antiques fair between October and March and a highlight of the Winter art season. For the second year running it coincides with Asian Art in London when the worlds collectors focus on London.
Run in association with the UKs top trade associations, BADA and LAPADA, it showcases 120 top dealers selling the finest British craftsmanship through the centuries.
22,000 visitors will find over 30,000 pieces across 32 disciplines including: furniture, 20th century design, jewellery, art, Asian pieces, ceramics, sculpture, silver, mirrors, lighting, fossils, clocks, textiles and glass.
Popular with collectors, interior designers and those looking for something different, the stock on sale ranges from 16th century to Modern British and from dining tables to diamond rings.
Incorporating a Mosimanns Bistro and champagne bar and with stylish presentation of the 120 stands, this is a glamorous event with a sparkling preview night.
Every piece on sale is strictly checked by experts before the fair opens to ensure it is authentic so visitors can buy with confidence.